Pita Bread with Zatar

This turned out yummier than I expected... I found the idea on the back of my Penzey's jar of Zatar. It's just pita bread rubbed with some olive oil and Zatar and baked for 5 minutes until warm and soft. My daughter loved it and we ate it with some broiled lamb chops. It was a nice change from having plain pita bread and something I will do again for sure!

13 comments:

Ranjani said...

Love how the zatar gives the pita bread such a pretty texture!
I'm sure it tasted really good:)

Happy cook said...

This is new for me meeso.
I have to go an look to the recipe to know what Zatar is.

Swati: Sugarcraft India said...

Hi Meeso, got to know about zatar today.. a nice mixture of herbs.. Like the way it looks!!

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Home made pita bread!... looks so good... Love the spices on it. YUM!

meeso said...

~ Ranjani, I also liked just how the bread looked when finished!

~ Happy cook & Swati, It's a really good mix, I hope you try some soon :)

~ Sukanya, Thanks!

Cham said...

Look good and yummy ur pita bread and i can imagine with lamb chops!

meeso said...

~ Cham, Thanks :)

Uma said...

Hi Meeso, first time here. You have a nice blog with many yummy recipes. the pita bread looks so good.

Kevin said...

That sounds good. I have been wanting to try zatar.

meeso said...

~ Uma, I'm glad you stopped by, thanks for the nice comment :)

~ Kevin, It's really good... I hope you try it soon!

Arundathi said...

the pita looks great - i don't even bother baking mine - just dip pieces in olive oil and then in the zatar! lol! it's the best way to eat pita!

Noor said...

I love your blog and I am so happy that I found it! This looks amazing and is one of my fav snacks to make.

Hope you can stop by my blog, I faved yours bc I like it so much, great work...

meeso said...

~ Sounds good, Arundathi :)

~ Noor, Thanks for such sweet comments! I'm glad you stopped by so I could also check out your blog :)