This is the most innovative recipe you’ll come across.
We have a stunning new work technique,
One that in our wildest dreams we never thought would create this amazing bite.
The ingredients of this amazing pita are: oats, water and a little olive oil.
Three ingredients that create infinite happiness.
Happiness that’ll accompany you for several meals a week,
Such joy that’ll make you happy.
It’s the new summer bite,
our daily treat,
Whatever we choose to call it, it’s perfect and wonderful.
The inspiration for my pita bread preparation technique came from my classmate Sophie who came from Colombia.
Our talks about gastronomy excite me every time.
A moment after our last conversation I realized that I had to develop this recipe,
And I didn’t imagine it would turn out this perfect.
My wonderful pitas will accompany you in any meal you choose.
They’ll be waiting for you in the freezer for the right moment,
And in the fridge for the exact moment.
You just have to choose how to store them,
And try to understand how you’ll be able to stop eating them,
Because this is one of the most addictive bites you will meet 🙂
The pita will embrace any filling you choose for it,
It’ll love any combination you combine with it.
It falls in love easily and it’s even easier to fall in love with it.
This pita is wonderful,
One that makes your heart dance when it meets it.
Its preparation technique is full of wisdom and intelligence,
And it’s here to accompany us in a wide variety of recipes,
Just remember where you met it first because it’s very unique and special.
Enjoy every step,
From the amazing preparation of these pitas,
From putting their wonderful bite together,
And from every moment by their side.
Happy pita days to us all 🙂
Oatmeal Pita Bread
ingredients : suitable for 6-8 Pitas (Depends on the size of the pitas)
- 1¼ cups boiling water
- 1 cup oat flour
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- Pinch of salt
*It’s very important to mix well and only then check the condition of your dough. If the dough is too sticky, gradually add 2-4 tablespoons of oat flour. Each time add one tablespoon, mix and if necessary add another tablespoon.
*Note that the dough solidifies after a short cooling.
- In a wide pan, put the boiling water, olive oil and salt and bring the pan to a boil.
- To the pan, add oat flour and stir continuously over low heat until a soft and sticky dough forms.
- Take the ball of dough out of the pan, place it in a bowl and let it cool for a few minutes. If there’s an AC in the house, cover the dough with cling film until it cools so that it does not dry out.
- Sprinkle a little flour on the work surface and create a beautiful ball of dough with the most addictive softness.
- Divide the ball of dough into small balls the size of a ping-pong ball.
- Place one ball at a time between two sheets of parchment paper and squish it into a flat pita using a cutting board / rolling pin / tortilla making device.
- Heat a pan to medium-high heat and bake the pita bread on both sides, kindly note – it’s important to keep an eye on them and watch that they don’t burn.
- Move the pita to a plate with a kitchen towel on it to keep the pita moist. Place them on top of each other and cover them with another kitchen towel.
Put our exciting bite together and enjoy every moment 🙂
A little extra from me:
- The pitas can be kept in the fridge in a sealed container for up to 4 days. I recommend putting the container in the fridge with the pita bread wrapped in a kitchen towel inside the box.
- The pitas can be kept in the freezer before or after baking in the pan (whatever you choose will be excellent) in a sealed container with a piece of parchment paper placed between all the pitas. If you choose to store the pita before cooking it, thaw it for 5 minutes on the counter before baking in the pan. If you choose to store the baked pita, place it in a pan for quick heating straight from the freezer.
- There are no possible substitutions or changes that can be made to this recipe. You can just omit the salt, but I don’t recommend doing so (The amount of salt in the recipe is also suitable for a sweet stuffing).
- Click here to see how to grind oat flour at home.
How to grind oatmeal at home 🙂