I think pita chips are a perfect snack, because they are not too heavy but still taste good. These are great to make for a last minute party because it only took about 15 minutes to make, didn't have a lot of ingredients, and is something everyone will like. It also gave me a chance to use the thyme I'm growing.
I got the original recipe from Let's Feast,
-2 cloves crushed garlic
-6 Tbsp. olive oil
-5 pita bread pieces
-2 tsp. fresh thyme
|Cut up the pita bread into slices.|
|Mix the olive oil and garlic, and spread on the pita.|
Sprinkle with the thyme and salt.
Bake on cookie sheets for about 8 minutes at 350.
|I served mine with just plain hummus because the|
chips had flavor.
These were really easy. The original directions said to pull the pieces of pita in half, but I had trouble doing that, so I just baked them as whole slices, and they didn't seem too thick. They were a pretty good crispiness for me, but you could always bake them a little longer if you wanted them crunchier.