Sundays during football season in our house are a BIG deal. My husband generally spends the entire day watching football and talking all things football with his buddies. I don’t get it. But with him being consumed all day that leaves ample time for me to get in the kitchen and experiment with new meals. This past Sunday, we had a hankerin’ for some fajitas. Normally, when we do fajitas we go to the store and buy flour tortillas. But I remembered when I was a kid my mom would use pita bread with hers. It makes them a little heartier and all of the juices that would drain from the meat would get absorbed into the bread as opposed to a flour tortilla where it would just glides down and lands on the plate and get all messy. Being the experimental bread baker that I am, it made me start thinking about making my own. I had found a few recipes on Pinterest so I just picked the one that looked best. Enter Half Baked Harvest and her Traditional Greek Pita Bread.
Her easy to comprehend instructions made whipping these up a breeze. Check out the video below to see how easy it really was and check out the link to get the recipe!
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I'm Bri! Lover of food, wine, and photography that is currently traveling with my professional bass fishing husband along with our cantankerous rottie, Kigen. When not traveling you can find me living the lake life off the shores of Lake Mille Lacs in Isle, MN. Pour a drink, pull up a chair and join me as I journey across the country documenting it all along the way!