If you're taking the time to make your own hummus, why not go the extra mile and serve it with homemade pita chips? They're so easy to make, you practically don't even need a recipe! The best thing about baking pita until it's toasted and crunchy is that you control the seasonings. Depending on what you serve it with (spinach artichoke dip, Greek salsa, etc.), adjust the spices to mimic the flavors in the dip. I offered these chips with red pepper hummus packed with lots of garlic, so before baking, I dusted the triangles of pita with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Get the uncomplicated method now.
From Katie Sweeney Ingredients 1 bag of whole-wheat pita bread Directions Serves 8-10.
Olive oil, for drizzling
Salt and freshly ground black pepper, for sprinkling
Spices (like garlic powder, cayenne powder, etc.) or finely chopped fresh herbs, for sprinkling if desired
From Katie Sweeney
1 bag of whole-wheat pita bread