Recipe: Garlic-Curry Pita Chips

You’ll be addicted to these in no time. And they’re sooo easy to make!

Ingredients: package of whole wheat pita rounds, extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder, curry powder

Tools: oven, baking sheet, tin foil, knife

Let’s do this.

Preheat oven to 400. Cut each pita round into eighths. Then separate each wedge so you have 2 thinner triangles. ¬†You may only need 3 pita rounds. The whole package will make several batches… which may not be a bad thing.

Cover baking sheet with tin foil. Spread out pita wedges soft-side up. They can be touching and overlapping a little bit, but you want to give them some room so they all get covered with seasoning.

Drizzle liberally with EVOO, sprinkle with a little salt & pepper, and a generous amount of garlic powder & curry powder. If you’ve never had curry before… what are you waiting for? It’s awesome!

Bake at 400 for about 8-10 minutes, or until pita wedges are golden brown. Keep a close eye on them because they will go from golden to burnt in about 30 seconds! Remove from oven and let cool.

Serve on your fanciest plate to guests at a tapas party alongside olives and hummus or just toss them in a Ziploc bag and eat ’em on the couch like I am doing right now. With red wine. While watching Say Yes to the Dress.

Making your own snacks ensures that you know exactly what you’re eating and it’ll save you some money, too! Have you ever noticed how those bags of Stacey’s pita chips are about 1/4 full? It’s annoying.


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One Response to Recipe: Garlic-Curry Pita Chips

  1. MT says:

    Hmmm — sounds familiar! Except I use Ezekiel pitas.

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