Pita bread is leavened wheat bread, round in shape that is utilized in mostly Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine.
It is bread made in such a manner that you are able to fill the inside pocket with any filling you wish.
Remember that Soulvaki or Gyros that you had during your visit to a Mediterranean festival?
The bread in which the meat was stuffed is called Pita Bread.
You may choose to make it at home, click here for the Recipe.
Alternately, you may purchase a package at middle Eastern or Arabian stores or at some local supermarkets.
They are relatively inexpensive, so pick up a package.
As mentioned above, you may fill the pita pocket with anything your heart desires.
For example, we choose a can of Mr. Goudas Whole Kernel Corn, cooked Sausages and Romaine Lettuce.
The following photos show the procedure.
The first step is to slice the sausages, place the slices in a frying pan, and start frying them.
It is preferable that you remove the skin from the sausage first, if you can.
Of course, it depends on the sausage you purchase.
Some varieties of sausages have very tough skins which may be hard to digest; in some instances, you may not be able to digest it any way.
Sausages are available in stores in many varieties.
The choice is yours.
Half way through cooking the sausage slices, add the can of whole kernel corn and continue frying until the sausages are cooked.
Add a dash of salt, pepper and a teaspoon or two of Mr. Goudas Trinidad Style Hot Sauce.
Remove a couple pitas from the packaging, open and fill with the sausages, corn and lettuce in any order you choose.
May we suggest a topping of Tzatziki Sauce? Click here for the recipe.
After filling the pocket wrap again so that the contents do not spill out during the eating process.
This magnificient meal was prepared by Chantal
Spyros Peter Goudas
Σπύρος Πήτερ Γούδας
Please Note: There are thousands of bread recipes from all over the world, however, in this website, we have mentioned bread, in the following recipes