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Bub's Famous Pita Chips

Parve

Recipe Ingredients:
  • 1 package white pita
  • 1 stick parve margarine (salted)
  • garlic powder
  • caraway seeds
  • dried, minced onion

    Buy pita which is as thin as possible...shouldn't be the fancy fluffy stuff!

    Using scissors, cut pita in half, cut along seam, and cut in half again. You'll end up with 8 triangle-shaped pieces per pita pocket. Lay pita face-up on a cookie sheet. Cover entire sheet, but do not overlap the pieces as they won't bake evenly.

    Melt 1 stick margarine in microwave, then add garlic powder generously and stir.

    Using a pastry brush, brush this over each piece. You don't need to cover the entire piece, just enough to allow toppings to adhere.

    Sprinkle caraway seeds and onion over each piece.

    Note: You may want to brush margarine on only half the tray at once and then put on toppings. This way the margarine hasn't soaked in before you have a chance to sprinkle toppings,

    Bake at 350 degrees for approx. 10 minutes until golden brown. You really have to WATCH them, as they will burn.
    It doesn't hurt to take each pita off the sheet as it turns golden. The slight difference in thickness mean some pieces will need a minute or two longer than others.

    These freeze well.

Note: If you are not going to serve with meat you can use Dairy margarine.

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