Made these with my left over pita bread. They aren't hard like the kind you purchase but light crispy. I did as the recipe said and they were nice but half of the pita chips I sprinkled cinnamon and sugar instead. These were really good. Nice sweet flavor for something light. Depending if you want to eat by themselves or with a dip. Will definitely make these again. Didn't do the dip though.
Homemade Pita Chips with Red Pepper Dip
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amateurcook Posted: 03/04/13
PKcookin Posted: 04/14/13
Yum! The dip is easy and tastes great. I used jarred roasted peppers but in summer some home made roasted red peppers are in. I did use a bullet and not the blender. Started with 2 smaller sized garlic cloves (guessing they were about a tsp. when chopped up) threw in bullet and chopped up. Then put in almonds and pulverized. Added pepper, ground again and finished with remaining ingredients. Took about 10 min. Finding dry roasted almonds was a little tricky. Might choose regular roasted and lower the oil content or roast my own. This dip would be a great spread on a grilled veggie sandwich or even a pizza. The pita chips are also delicious.