How do you make a pita roll up?
Lay out your pita rounds and spread on a good layer of the Boursin cheese. Top with a few nice layers of the deli meats. Sprinkle on some basil, tarragon and chives. Add a layer of thin-sliced radishes and slivered sun-dried tomatoes.
How do you make a pita wrap at home?
Take a pita bread and place it on a plate. Layer the sliced cucumber, tomato, cabbage/lettuce, and red onion slices first. Then add strips of chicken and top with Tzatziki sauce and feta cheese. Wrap in foil if desired to keep the gyro together while eating.
What is a pita roll?
Pita roll is made of pita bread or soft tacos stuffed with hot dogs, scrambled eggs, mayonnaise, lettuce and cheese then toast for a few minutes. Estimated time of preparation: 10 minutes. Estimated time of cooking: 10-15 minutes. Good for 8 servings.
What can I put in my pita bread?
Best pitta bread fillings
- Chicken gyros. Our take on a Greek classic combines herby chicken breasts with creamy tzatziki and salad, all wrapped in a soft, pillowy homemade pitta.
- Homemade falafel.
- Spiced lamb in toasted pitta.
- Sabich with green tahini.
- Beetroot, goat’s cheese and walnut pittas.
How do you fill and wrap a pita?
Instead of cutting the bread directly in half, trim a 1 ½” opening from the top. Flip that trimmed piece over and tuck it into the bottom of the pocket before filling it with whatever you happened to be craving. You’re basically giving your pita a kevlar vest.
How do you make a good pita sandwich?
Grilled Chicken Pita Sandwich Grilled chicken makes a great sandwich no matter how it’s served. But stuff it into a pita along with some lettuce, spinach leaves, or a few grilled vegetables and top it with your favorite Middle Eastern sauce for the perfect taste.
How do I keep my pita from falling apart?
Instead of cutting the bread directly in half, trim a 1 ½” opening from the top. Flip that trimmed piece over and tuck it into the bottom of the pocket before filling it with whatever you happened to be craving.
What sauce goes with pita bread?
Tzatziki (ta – ZEE – kee) is a dip, sauce, or soup from Greece, Turkey, the Balkans, and the Middle East. It’s made primarily with yogurt, cucumber, garlic, and fresh herbs like dill and mint. Tzatziki can be used as a dip, like I’ve done today, with cut veggies or pita bread.