Tuesday, April 28, 2009

DIY: Pita Bread


This post was originally published on May 4, 2007

On these beautiful spring days, it's tough deciding how to spend the mornings: head outside and weed among the daffodils or throw on an apron and get floury in the kitchen? Here's a quick bread recipe that lets you do both--Pita! With a relatively rapid rising time (30 minutes) you can have the satisfaction of having your hands in both dough and dirt in the same morning.
Just be sure to use that nail brush in between!


Pita bread is something my family has been making for as long as I can remember. They are so fun to make and puff up nicely, leaving a hollow center to fill with grilled chicken, veggies or whatever you desire. They are pretty amazing just warm from the oven with a drizzle of olive oil.


Here's my favorite hummus recipe, in case you need an accompaniment for your pitas!

Wimbush Family Pita Bread

1 tablespoon yeast
1 ¼ cup warm water

1 teaspoon salt
3- 3 ½ cups flour

Dissolve yeast in water for about 5 minutes in the bowl of an electric mixer. Add salt and 1 ½ cups flour and with the dough hook, beat to make a batter. Add additional flour until a rough, shaggy mass is formed. Knead 8 minutes until dough is smooth and elastic. Add more flour if it is too sticky.

Turn dough onto a lightly floured surface and divide into six pieces for large pitas or ten for smaller. I make all sorts of sizes to suit different snacks and meals. Form dough into balls, then flatten with a rolling pin into ¼ inch thick discs. Try and keep an even thickness as this is what helps them ‘puff’.

Let rest on the floured surface 30-40 minutes until slightly puffed.

Preheat oven to 425F.
With a large spatula, flip the rounds of dough upside down on to a b
aking sheet. Bake 10-15 minutes until light golden. Stick around for the first five minutes of baking when the pitas perform their magic and puff up from flat pancakes to proud, four inch high pitas.

These store for up to two days well wrapped or frozen for three weeks.


127 comments:

valya said...

We love pita bread, but I've never tried to make it. Your recipe makes it sound so easy. Now I'll just have to wait till my oven gets fixed to try it! Thanks Aimée.

Adrienne said...

Oooh, those look gorgeous! I've tried different methods before but it's the rolling that confounds me every time. I'll give this method a try!

Stephie80 said...

can you use whole wheat flour? Looks yummy. mmmmm...my favorite greek restaurant serves homemade pitas with the really yummy green sauce (i have no idea what it is, kind of garlicky, pestoish, springy tasting).

M. Housman said...

How great is that! I love pita bread!

Kristen said...

That looks fantastic. Pita Bread is on my "to make" list... just haven't gotten around to it yet!

Coleen's Recipes said...

I am SO excited about this recipe for pita bread!! I love the idea of pita bread, but any/all pita bread that I've purchased was so dry and "not worth the calories" tasting. I am definitely going to make these. Thank you for sharing the recipe!!!

Susan said...

Looks quick, easy and delicious... just how I like it! Will definitely try!

Kayleen the Violinist said...

do you have a recipe for Tahini Sauce?

Helene said...

I want to make pita bread so bad. We never find fresh one around here. Looks like an easy recipe.

Cookie baker Lynn said...

When I first looked at the top photo I thought it was mushrooms! What delightful pita. So good to be able to make them yourself!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

I've made pita bread exactly one time -- it was great to watch it puff up in the oven, and the taste was amazing. But at the time I lived three blocks from a pita bread bakery, so I lost all motivation to ever make my own pita again!

Aimée said...

Hi Valya- It is surprisingly easy. Hope you give it a go when you oven is back up and running.

Hi Adrienne- It's crucial to roll them to the same thickness everywhere or they don't puff.

Hi Stephie- I'd try a mix of half whole wheat and half white.

Hi M.Houseman- It's such a staple.

Hi Kirsten- I have a list like that!

Hi Coleen- You won't believe how good these are!

Hi Susan- Great! Have fun!

Hi Kayleen- Unfortunately I don't..

Hi Helene- They are pretty fast to whip up and so rewarding!

Hi Lynn- You're the bread baking expert, you could make these!

Hi Lydia- I understand! Hang onto this recipe in case you ever move.

Melanie Anne said...

I love pita bread--your look wonderul! I have never tried making pitas--but you have inspired me. thanks Aimee! I sure love your blog!

Jane said...

Hi Aimee, silly question but do you use all purpose flour (plain flour here in the UK) or strong bread flour? I've never seen such wonderful pitas!

Qte said...

Hi Aimee, find your blog tru' cookie baker lynn blog and I love what you are doing! I added you to my reader and will be following you. Keep up the good work. Yumooo!!!
Qte

Culinary Wannabe said...

I have a great greek yogurt dip that is just calling out for these to be made! Great pictures - only you could make plain pitas look so enticing!

Treehouse Chef said...

I have another recipe that I have been holding onto for making Pita Bread, but this one looks much more delicious. I will keep this one instead. Lovely photos!

Marta said...

Awww they look so cute and puffy!! Homemade pita involves no compromise: they are quick and delicious! So much better than any store-bought variety. Yours look very nice and light!
I've been following your blog for a while and I love it. I think you do a fantastic job at bringing us easy and delicious recipes.
Thanks for sharing them :)

Sharon said...

I tried this a while back. I don't know what I did wrong but although they puffed up, they were hard like a rock when they came out. I was so sad because I was so excited about it. Any suggestions on how to fix that?

I won't be able to come Saturday evening as it turns out. It's my mom's birthday and we're having family dinner then. Hope you have fun!

LaNita Cates said...

I made both the pita and the hummus and am enjoying both as we speak. Yours look way better than mine. I made 11 pitas, different sizes but the 3rd "batch" (since I couldn't fit all in my oven) were flat like pancakes. What did I do wrong?

chocolatecup said...

your pita bread loooks awesome! pity i am the only one who loves pita bread in the family! ohwell. more for me :)

missweb said...

Ok. This will be my Saturday am cook up. I'm interested in knowing what kind of pans you use. I'm in need of at least a new baking sheet... And what's the deal with sil pads? (I think that's what they're called...)

Aimée said...

Hi Melanie Anne- Thank so much. I'm lucky to have you as a reader.

Hi Jane- I use AP flour, but 'm sure bread flour would work well, too.

Hi Qte- Welcome to UtHC! Hope to see you around in the future.

Hi Culinarywannabe- Mmm I wish I had some of that dip around when I made these.

Hi TreehouseChef- Thanks! You'll love them.

HI Marta- Thanks so much for reading!

Hi Sharon- You may have overbaked them slightly. They tend to get pretty crispy in that case. Overworking the dough may be a factor too. You'll have to come over for a tutorial sometime! Say happy birthday to your mom for me!

Hi LaNita- I'm thrilled you're reading and trying the recipes!! They probably over-rose by being the last batch in, or if they are not rolled to an even thickness throughout, they won't rise.

Hi Chocolatecups- Thanks for stopping by. Who doesn't love pita??

Hi Cara- I just use cookie sheets. Silpats are overrated.I never use mine unless I am working with meringues or candy. Happy baking!!

Abby said...

(I made another comment, but I think I misspelled the verification!)

I'd love to try this pita bread with my mom's homemade chicken salad. Maybe we'll give this recipe a spin a the beach!

Lucy said...

They look amazing! Wow I'm so impressed: the breads look delicious :)

MaryBe said...

They look so good!! And so does your hummus,and your cupcakes, and your sweet potato pancakes,and...!
Thanks for sharing!

Emily said...

Oh wow! Look at that perfectly puffed pita bread! It looks amazing. I bet it would be delicious with hummus.

LyB said...

Those look soooooo much better than the dried out, store-bought pita we get around here. My mouth waters just imagining what I could fill them with!

Haidi said...

Aimee, isn't it funny - I made pita bread last week, too - and it had been ages! great minds... I did use half whole wheat with great sucess.

MsGourmet said...

They look like soft, puffy pillows! I have never tried to make pita before but after seeing yours I will give your recipe a go.

The Prudent Homemaker said...

I understand that difficulty--baking or gardening? It's always hard to choose, and on good days I get to do both!

Helen said...

Wow, looks delicious! Looking forward to making this summer and filling with home grown veggies!

El said...

I made the pita last night. It was great fun and came out wonderful. Thanks for sharing your family recipe!

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annaleis said...

Hi Aimee, Thanks for your recipe, I found it a few weeks ago and on a whim decided to just make it tonight. The whole process was relaxing and perfect, and it produced wonderful pitas! I sat and watched them puff up in the oven - possibly the best part!
They were so moist and chewy, nothing like the brittle shop bought ones I've had before.
Thanks for a brilliant recipe - it's going to be used a lot around here.
ps I used strong bread flour for mine :)

Kirsty, New Zealand said...

these are fantastic, we made them this afternoon for p365 and they were a huge hit ... thanks so much for posting about them ... next time i will be making the hummus as well :)

Hagit said...

I the yeast dry yeast?

Dawn said...

When you say "knead", do you mean by hand to you continue to knead it in the bowl with the dough hook?

crafteemom said...

Hi! I found you through pinterest. Thanks for sharing the recipe! It should be called the perfect pita recipe. They ALL puffed and were soft and easy to cut open I will never use my other recipe again!♥

Jen said...

Should I even attempt this with a hand mixer? I don't have a big one or a dough hook.

HeySonnie said...

This is for Kayleen. Tahini is really easy to make. See http://bit.ly/A5LcY4 (or google for other recipes). I make 1/3 this amount, and I make it with a mortar and pestle instead of the food processor because I like the texture.

Brianna said...

What kind of yeast do i use?

Aimée said...

Brianna, regular dry yeast is fine.
Dawn, yes, knead with a dough hook.

Anonymous said...

how many does this make?

Robin said...

I can't wait to try this pita bread, how wonderfully easy.
Thank you so much for sharing it!!

DANIELLE-HUGS and COOKIES XOXO said...

LOOK GREAT!! WHAT KIND OF YEAST DO YOU USE? ACTIVE? INSTANT? RAPID RISE? THANKS!

Smilie girl said...

Thanks for the great recipe. I didn't know it could be so easy. I've made it a couple of times now and am very happy with the result. And so are the hungry hordes!

amber said...

wow!!!!! i don't have any bread in my house and i can't grocery shop til later this week so i decided to make this recipe and holy cow!!! they puffed! i am so excited! thank youuuuu

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know if you can refrigerate the dough and make at a later time?

Vinny Grette said...

Does it make a pocket? If so, WHY? I read your instructions several times to see if you stick two circles together - did I miss something?

Libby said...

I just attempted these and mine did not puff as big as the picture and they are rather crispy. What did I do wrong? I'm somewhat new to making homemade breads.

Michelle Pruitt said...

I made these tonight for the first time. Half puffed and half were flat (I figured I could use the flat ones for hummus). All and all pretty good for a first timer. My husband and kids loved them. I used a mix of whole grain and white wheat flours....

Subha said...

Hi, I made these today, they fluffed up nicely but were very hard. From your previous comments I see that I may have over baked them. How do I find when it is the right time to take them out of the oven?

Laura Pollack said...

I did not have a dough hook,so I had to knead it by hand and used dry active yeast. They didn't puff in the oven ? The taste was wonderful though I added some Garlic powder and parsley to the dry ingredients maybe this was the cause? The dough was rolled out evenly

Anonymous said...

I made these last night and I was thrilled to see that they puffed, but when we went to eat them they can out like pita bread on one side and pita chips very crisp and cracking apart on the other side. Am I supposed to flip during cooking? Also when you say kneed for 8 minutes do you mean in the kitchen aid with the bread hook? Is it really 8 min or just till it comes together and is workable. They were tasty just diffucult to use as a sandwich due to the cracking.

Amy said...

your pitas look wonderful! I never tried just baking them, I always made mine on a very hot griddle in the oven. (often over cooking a few) I'm going to give this method a try!

do you think a tortilla press would work to get an even thickness in the pita?
of course you'd have to be careful not to press them too thin.

Tine said...

Is it possible to make it Gluten Free ? Using rice flour or patato starch?
Thanks to let me know

proverbs31heart said...

Hello! I just wanted to let you know that I featured a link to this page on my Weekend Picks this week. Can't wait to try this recipe for myself! I love pita bread and think I would much prefer my own over store-bought. Have a blessed week ahead!
~Rebecca http://rebeccashearthandhome-proverbs31heart.blogspot.com/2012/06/weekend-picks-61512.html

Jenn K. said...

I made these today and the first 4 turned out very crunchy on the top side.. but the 2nd 4 i took out 4-5 minutes earlier and they were quite a bit better.. i also worked my dough a lot, so i'll try not working it as much next time (i did a full 8 minutes after the flour was in and mixed well).. and i didn't flip them upside down when i put them on the pan.. so i guess i'll try all of those.. but they taste good :) and i even got my husband to watch the 'puff' with me-haha..

Janna Long said...

I made these with whole wheat flour and only a few decided not to rise. With those few ee had flatbread pizza! Very good! Thanks!

Janna Long said...

I made these with whole wheat flour and only a few decided not to rise. With those few ee had flatbread pizza! Very good! Thanks!

rosemary said...

Help - new to working with yeast. Divided into 6 rounds and they did not rise - came out like little breads. Very tasty but not pita!

AJ said...

Ugh... mine didn't puff. Is there such thing as letting them rest/puff up too long? I'll try again. This batch will just make a bread base for an open-face gyro.

Bobbins and Balms said...

bread looks really soft and yummy and not so difficult to make...another recipe to add to my baking list. Thanks

Katie said...

My pitas didn't puff up very much. I haven't cut into them yet, but i don't know what i did wrong. I rolled them out and let them sit. Maybe i made them too big. Any suggestions? I would love to try them again. I make my own everything, but i just can't seem to get pitas down?!?!?!

Anonymous said...

I made these, and to be honest, I was a little surprised to see them puff up. :) But they did, at least 3 inches. Not all puffed the first time, and some burnt and/or were too hard. I made them again, adding some whole wheat flour, and even with doubling the batch and baking them in shifts they all puffed beautifully. I only cooked them 5-6 minutes this time instead of 10-15, and they are much better. I guess it depends on the oven and pan.

Anonymous said...

I.ve made these twice and they didn't puff either time. What am I doing wrong? Husband thought they made good rolls though.

Anonymous said...

If I don't have a mixer can I still try these by hand?

frillypants said...

Thank you so much for this. I've used your recipe for my blog, with instructions for a Thermomix.

http://realfailsafemeals.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/pita-pockets.html

Thanks so much!!!

frillypants x

Anonymous said...

I just made these and I'm eating one as I type. Ohhhhh so yummy! My hubby will be very pleased when he sees these tonight.

Sarah said...

Want to give this a try, but for the yeast, do you use quick rising, the one for bread machines, or regular, or doesn't it matter? Thanks!

Laura Cromwell, SuperMom said...

I bake with yeast all the time, but I've never tried to make pitas. This looks super quick and easy, definitely a must try this weekend!

Nathanya said...

I made these last night and they turned out to be really yummy but were more like huge rolls... I think I made them too thick. We just hollowed them out and my husband and I really enjoyed them. Thanks for the recipe!

barb said...

I know this is an "old" blog entry but I wanted to tell you that I made these, tonight. They could not have been easier and they taste amazing! Thank you so much!!!

ps. I, too, had a problem with the batch that went in the oven second. They didn't rise. Next time I will just make them bigger so they can all go in at the same time.

Anonymous said...

Hallo,
Very interesting recipe
But I don`t know how big is 3- 3 ½ cups flour and 1 ¼ cup warm water.
How big is 1 cup

Anonymous said...

They are sooooo good!!! And so easy... Thank you so much for this 'DIY'... Perfect!!!!

judithelenore said...

fI am watching mine puff up in the oven right now. I have made pita bread many times before and it never puffed very well, but these are doing awesome! i am so excited to have found a that works!

Mrs. Williams {Persnickety Plates} said...

I made them the other night (& blogged them). So good!

Deborah said...

Just found this on Pinterest and it looks fantastic! Trying your recipe tonight. Thanks!

Tora Estep said...

I used to make pita bread with my mom when I was little but I haven't done it in years. I am so glad you shared this recipe. It looks so good and easy.

Blaire With an E said...

I am doing this recipe right now, I hope they turn out as fantastic as the picture looks ! :D

Janis Reeves said...

Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! It came out picture perfect and was very very easy to make. I had them done in just over an hour. I did make 2 small changes 1. added 1 tsp of suagr to the water to give my yeast something to eat 2. did half whole wheat and half AP flour and they came out great! I did everything in my Kitchen Aid mixer. Thank you again for sharing and making this so easy.

Rakitu Island said...

Love Pita breads. I fill them with many favuorite yummys.
Shall give this a try. Thank you.

Loops said...

Mine came out super hard!! I didnt even left them mote than 15 min in the oven, you can still eat them but ... impossible to make a gyro with them :( But they taste reaaaaally good!!! I ended up eating them as simple withe bread with olive oil and oregano.

Eloisa said...

Hello Aimee! Thank you so uch for your recipe. I just made my pita breads and turned out very good! Thank you so much!

Kim said...

How do you store these?

Rosie said...

Hello! Thanks for the inspiration! I made these this morning and we had pulled BBQ chicken and coleslaw sandwiches for lunch! we all loved them, but I must have cooked them a little to long as they were a little hard on the outside...I will be making these again!!

Anonymous said...

What changes if any need to be made to use instant/ fast acting yeast?

Anonymous said...

Just finished a pita sandwich from this recipe, they were quick & super easy to make (and of course YUMMY)! I definitely plan on making more.
Next step is to make some into pita chips for hubby's hummus. :)

Anonymous said...

Love this recipe! It was perfect. Made some perfect pitas and some pita chips with one batch that baked too long. Can't go wrong. Thank you so much for sharing it!

Tante Bet said...

Loved the recipe, the bread was gorgeous but unfortunately not hollow on the inside (we just made them hollow to put the chicken in ;) )

johnny hobson said...

This recipe was so much better than the one I had for pitas! My old recipe I had to turn the oven on 500 degrees! They often didn't rise and the baking trays would get too hot! It was a nightmare. These look great and I'm cant wait to taste them! Thank you.

barrie said...

You know how some people have a "math block"? I have a pita block :-( I just made these and they puffed and taste lovely but they are bread all the way through, no hollow center :-( I've tried a couple of other pita recipes with worse results although I frequently whip up baguettes, na'an, pooris and homemade soft pretzels with no trouble. Help??

Anonymous said...

Mine puffed...but they were like crackers...lol...wonder what I did wrong!

Michel said...

Just tried to make these. Didn't work out :( A few small spots tried to puff up without real success. Not sure what happened unless it was because I tried to make with a gluten free flour blend. I used rolling pin rings to get an even thickness and watched the entire time in the oven. Used a timer while mixing/kneading also. Any thoughts?

Anonymous said...

Just made this and it was a complete success!!! Never buying pita bread again!! It was awesome!! so simple! Can't wait to cut them up into wedges and bake with a little sea salt for pita chips!

Anonymous said...

I just made these and they tasted great! However, they barely puffed up. I thought it was because when I flipped them over onto the pan they might have collapsed? Did they not puff up just because they could have been uneven thickness? thanks-Ravyn

Anonymous said...

I pinned this months ago and wanted to try it. Today was the day! The first time I tried this, they did not puff! They were evenly rolled and 1/4 of an inch thick before I let them set. Determined to make pitas, I tried again. The second time I rolled them to have different thinknesses. I found that you have to make sure that the dough pulls back some when you roll them out (like pizza dough). You also need to roll to about 1/8 of an inch thick. The thinnest one "poofed" the best. Thin, with no holes in the dough is perfect! I also did not cook them the full amount of time because the batch I did turned out too crispy. I made 10 good sized pitas. My girls are so excited!

Anonymous said...

didnt raise, so dissapointed, wont ever try again.

Elizabeth said...

This recipe turned out more like English muffins for me - BUT, that's not a bad thing! This is really delicious, and I can't say that I'm disappointed! Thanks! I can't wait to experiment by using some bread and wheat flour!

Anonymous said...

they didnt really rise at all before i baked them, which made me a bit concerned, but boy did they puff up in the oven! love the simplicity of this recipe and the outcome couldnt be more spectacular! crisp little pillows with a beautiful tender crumb. thanks a lot!

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Anonymous said...

I tried this recipe and the bread did not puff at all! Is there anything missing from this recipe, such as oil or butter?

stephanie kuhler said...

Just made these and it was super easy and they are delicious, thank you for posting them.

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Anonymous said...

Mine didn't work at all. I think I didn't let them rise enough. They were slightly puffy. But is that essential to get these to work?

Madame auChocolat said...

Sounds easy and look gorgeous! I'll try!

Miranda said...

I'm so sad! I'm trying it and they haven't puffed up at all! It is a cold and rainy day, so maybe the temperature and humidity are messing with it? I'm so bummed out!

nfatima said...

You can try this one :)
nfatima.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/tahini-sesame-sauce/

Anonymous said...

Whats the amount of flour in grams please?

Anonymous said...

I will also be going gluten free with these so any advice is appreciated

Heather said...

I made these pitas and I made 10. Put five on each of the pans, and put them on different levels in the oven. They didn't rise much! :( is it because they were at different levels? Or do they have to be like EXTREMELY even?

Anonymous said...

Just made this recipe,but half the amount as a tester.
5 brilliant puffed up edible rounds of gorgeousness!!! 230ish fan oven, top shelf. Watched them puff up. Amazing!

Laura said...

Help! I am a pita bread flunky. I have tried so many recipes and methods, and finally found this one and still only 2 out of 8 puffed up. I made sure to roll them out evenly. ?????

Sarah Ibrahem said...

I tried making these and I just ended up with round puffy pieces of bread. I'm pretty sure I messed up the yeast. I only had red star dry active yeast. I'm not sure if one tablespoon of their yeast is the same as the ne you used. What brand did you use?

Stephanie said...

We just made these, and they were very good! I was wondering if anyone has ideas for lower calorie options?? Thank You!

Lokness @ The Missing Lokness said...

These pita breads look so delicious! I can't wait to try them with some homemade hummas! Thanks for sharing.

stefanie said...

I made these yesterday and for the most part they turned out okay. They were hard as rocks when I took them out of the oven but they softened as they cooled but they were still really thick. I think I must have overworked the dough. I worked them by hand for 8 minutes so next time I'll just use the hook. Definitely going to try them again!

Anonymous said...

I was able to make perfect pitas with this recipe. Thank you so much !! I will never buy from the store ever !!

Sarah said...

Thanks for this recipe! It's perfect! I used 100% sprouted wheat flour and it was lovely. Also baked for 7 mintutes.

Anonymous said...

I just made the pita bread, but mine did'nt puff up! :( What did I do wrong?? Thanks for the help!

Anita said...

Hi Aimee. Thanks for the great recipe. I made these tonight and they puffed perfectly. Only problem is they are solid, no pocket. What did I do wrong? They still taste great.

Carlie said...

These are in the oven right now and I'm so excited! When I rolled mine out and set them to rise, I didn't loud the counter enough and I had to be a little rough with them to get them up. I think mine won't puff for that reason, and, reading the comments, I thought I might throw that out there as a possible reason why someone else's may not have puffed. I can't wait to try them! Thanks!

Carlie said...

That was supposed to say *flour* not *loud*… Silly!

BritneyN_0518 said...

Have you ever made the dough in the bread machine (just dough setting)? Would it be the same? The cycle on mine lasts 45 minutes, I may just have to try and see how it works.

Nadia said...

Tried it today. It was a great success. Thanks for this recipe. :-D

Dear Charmie said...

Wow! These were awesome! I used 2 1/4 wood dowel sticks from the craft store to level out my thickness on either side under my rolling pin and they turned out perfect! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe I will never buy another pita again :)

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