|Serving pita with hummus? Fresh-toasted pita chips are more exciting than plain pita.
It’s easy to make your own pita chips to go with dips, salads and soups. And need we say, they taste much better than packaged pita chips?
1. Simply slice pita rounds into quarters or eighths.
2. Brush tops with extra virgin olive oil. Sprinkle lightly with salt and your favorite herbs: oregano, parsley and/or thyme, for example. (You also can purchase fresh pita pre-seasoned with garlic or onion—or opt for the healthier choice and buy whole wheat pita.)
3. Broil until crisp and golden. Serve warm.
Make lots: They’re guaranteed to be very popular.
Fresh-made pita chips are delish. Photo