Friday, March 14, 2014

Chick Pea Pita Sandwich


Friday already! Whoa! I have so much going on lately. Mostly working. There are lots of changes going at a work, which means more hours and more responsibilities for the office associates. Since they've eliminated the HR position but not the work, we will taking on and learning more HR functions. I'm excited though, it will be a nice change. Jacob also started Karate this week too. He's excited and I think it will help him  a lot of areas that he struggles with.


In between that, I've been working on some digital scrapbooking stuff, regular scrapbooking stuff, normal cooking, working on my book I haven't had much time to do anything else. I've done my normal cooking, but nothing that has been blog worthy. I made one recipe that was DELISH but my photos came out unappetizing looking so I haven't decided if I'm going to share it or not. I probably will, because what's perfect anyway? :)

Today I'm going to share a bread recipe. It's no secret that I have a bread addiction. Baking bread is one of my all time favorite things to do.  I made some pita bread. This recipe is actually from King Arthur flour. You can find it here on their website.  Here is what my bread turned out like. 




If you have never had homemade Pita bread. You are missing out. :) This recipe is really really really easy. You should give it a try. I made these pitas small so they were individual size.

I was going to make hummus but I didn't get around to it until later in the week so I made a couple of these chick pea sandwiches. Here's what you need.



1 piece of pita bread
2 slices of turkey breast
2 slices for provolone or American cheese
1/4 cup of chick peas
Handful of mixed greens
Oil
Balsamic Vinegar
Salt and pepper (optional)

Assemble the sandwich, drizzle with oil and balsamic. Sprinkle with salt and pepper if desired. Enjoy!

That's all I've got for today! Have a fantastic weekend! See you next week!

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1 comment:

  1. Wow, these look amazing! I love pita and hummus, but never thought about making my own pita bread!!

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