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Pita ChipsHands-on time: 5 min. Total time: 11 min.

There’s nothing like a crispy pita chip, still warm from the oven, to dip in any kind of hummus or creamy dip. The combination of salt and crunch with a wallop of creamy dip is especially satisfying.

Ingredients• 2 (6-inch) whole-wheat pitas• 1/4 teaspoon salt• 1/4 teaspoon paprika• Cooking spray

Directions1. Preheat oven to 400°.

2. Cut each pita into 16 wedges. Carefully peel apart each wedge to make 2 thinner wedges. Arrange wedges in a single layer on a baking sheet coated with cooking spray. Lightly coat wedges with cooking spray; sprinkle with salt and paprika. Bake at 400° for 6 minutes or until lightly browned and crisp.

Note: Store these chips in an airtight container or zip-top plastic bag at room temperature for up to 1 week.

Serves 8 (serving size: 8 chips)CALORIES 43; FAT 0.4g (sat 0.1g, mono 0.1g, poly 0.2g); PROTEIN 2g; CARB 9g; FIBER 1g; CHOL 0mg; IRON 1mg; SODIUM 158mg; CALC 3mg

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  • Tomatoes: use one can of diced tomatoes and one can of diced tomatoes with green chiles if needed. Or grab one pound of fresh tomatoes.
  • Chile: this recipe is made using jalapeno, removing the seeds and membranes makes for a nice mild salsa that pairs nicely with meals and is great for serving with tortilla chips. If you personally want more heat add in extra jalapeno or even a Serrano pepper.
  • Honey: adding this cuts through the acidity of the tomatoes and gives a smooth flavoring.

Serene’s Tip: For extra flavor, give the tomatoes a quick roast in the oven before blending.

3-Ingredient Mini Queso Cheese Balls

The BEST quick and easy appetizer ever! These perfect party bites only need 3 ingredients, plus whatever coating you crave! Roll in finely chopped chives, bacon, jalapeno, scallions, cranberries, nuts, or any fresh vegetable. Many more ideas in the post! Top with pita chips, and you have a crowd pleasing party food!

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To create your own easy, two-bite appetizers, simply whip up a block of cream cheese and a wheel of creamy La Vaquita Queso Fresco in a large bowl. Whip it with an electric mixer until very smooth (it should easily roll into a slightly sticky ball), and voila!

I’ve been using this queso fresco ever since I was lucky enough to discover it, and use it on my chicken fajita salad, last month. Ever since, it’s been a staple in my fridge, and I love crumbling it over salads, chilis, tacos and roasted potatoes. It adds the perfect light, fresh and creamy texture and authentic Mexican flavor to any meal or side dish. My toddler also loves to help crumble this queso over top, and any chance I can get her to help out in the kitchen, I take! It’s so rewarding to create those memorable moments in the kitchen with family and friends.

Not familiar with queso fresco? Let me educate you a little! La Vaquita Queso Fresco is a Mexican crumbling cheese, and began with a family recipe created in a quaint Houston home in 1971. It was then handed down through generations of cheese makers, and has become a family favorite in households craving a touch of Hispanic influence in their everyday cooking. Queso fresco has a milky, mild flavor that is the perfect complement to just about any dish. Similar to goat cheese, queso fresco has a smoother flavor that makes it a favorite for family-friendly dishes.

You can find these versatile, high-quality cheeses in most local Texas grocers like H-E-B, Walmart, Kroger and Fiesta. I easily spied mine in my local Texas grocer’s cheese section, but they may also be located near your store’s deli department.

Grab a wheel of queso fresco, or their equally delicious range of cremas, today!

Once you have formed your mini queso balls, simply roll them in your desired toppings! It helps if you prep these ahead of blending your cheese mixture, but you can always roll the cheese balls, then prep toppings.

The rolling was really fun for my daughter and I both – she enjoyed getting her (clean) hands dirty, and I loved that we could create something delicious together in the kitchen! As a fellow cheese lover, she also enjoyed the taste testing segment of the process. Quality control is alive and well in my kitchen, people!

Make sure all your toppings are very finely chopped, since this will make rolling much simpler. The smaller your bits of bacon, vegetable, nut, etc. for rolling, the easier it will stick to the cheese, and the more uniformly round your cheese balls will be.

Once you’re finished rolling, just stick a hearty chip or cracker into the top of each. I love the triangular shape of a pita chip for this! Then, pop them into your refrigerator until ready to serve. If you’re making these 1-2 days ahead of serving, just add your chip or cracker closer to the time of serving. You want a crisp, not soggy, chip to balance with this creamy treat!

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Chicken salad add-ins

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Homemade Pita Bread

Pita bread (also known as Arabic bread and Syrian bread) is a yeast-leavened flatbread common in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines. It can be made with or without an interior pocket. Regardless of which route you take, the possibilities are endless&mdashpita stuff falafel, sabich (a sandwich with fried eggplant, hard-boiled egg, hummus, tahini, and Iraesli salad), shawarma sandwiches, souvlaki sandwiches (usually made with pocketless pita).

Our recipe is intended to make a pita bread with pockets. And originally, we cooked the pita bread on the stovetop in a hot cast iron pan and were delighted with the results. But after reviewing feedback and learning that many people were struggling with this cooking method, we retested the process and decided to bake the pita instead. You'll still need an extremely hot pan (or pizza stone), which you'll preheat in a 500° oven.

Watching the dough puffin the pan is extremely satisfying to say the very least. And the soft, pillowy results will make the whole process worth it.

Tried making our pita? Let us know in the comments and rate it below.

Editor's Note: After reviewing feedback, this recipe was updated with a new cooking process in June 2020. It was also updated to include more background information behind the dish.

Pitta bread

Mix the yeast with 300ml warm water in a large bowl. Leave to sit for 5 mins until the yeast is super bubbly then tip in the flour, salt and olive oil. Bring the mixture together into a soft dough. Don’t worry if it looks a little rough round the edges.

Tip the dough onto a lightly floured work surface. Knead for 5-10 mins until you have a soft, smooth and elastic dough. Try to knead using as little extra flour as possible, just enough so that the dough doesn’t stick – this will keep the pittas light and airy. Once kneaded, place in a lightly oiled bowl, cover with a tea towel and leave to double in size, approximately 1 hour.

Heat oven as high as it will go (ideally 250C/230C fan/gas 9) and put a large baking tray on the middle shelf of the oven to get searingly hot. Divide the dough into eight balls then flatten each into a disc with the palm of your hand. On a lightly floured surface, roll each disc into an oval, around 20cm long, 15cm wide and 3-5mm thick.

Carefully remove the hot tray from the oven. Dust with flour then place your pittas directly onto it – you may have to do this in batches. Return swiftly to the oven and bake for 4-5 mins, or until the pittas have puffed up and are a pale golden colour. Wrap each hot pitta in a clean tea towel once it's baked to keep it soft while the others cook.

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