How to make Greek Pita Bread For Gyros

Today I will show you How to make Greek Pita Bread For Gyros. This was my first time making Greek Pita Bread. I can guarantee you that you will have a very high success rate in this one. Even though you might fail it, you will still end up with something eatable that will satisfy everyone.

Also here is How to make Greek Gyros from my YouTube Channel:

Preparing the Greek Pita Dough

To prepare the dough for the Pita, we first start by combining together sugar, yeast, water and milk in a small bowl. We need to set the bowl aside and leave it for around 10 minutes so that the yeast starts to activate. In a bigger bowl, we will combine the flour with the salt. After we see that the yeast mixture is ready, we add the olive oil and mix it well together.

Greek Pita

As soon as the olive oil is incorporated, we add the mixture to the flour and salt. Combine together until you get a perfect smooth dough. To get the smoothness, knead the dough for around 10 minutes. Put the dough in a bow and cover with a warm wet towel. Let it rise for around 50 minutes until it doubles in size.

When the dough is ready, separate it into 6 different pieces. Roll each piece to a circle of about 20 cm in diameter.

How to make Greek Pita Bread For Gyros

Place a pan over medium heat. Make sure to brush it with some olive oil or butter. Cook each of the pitas for around 2 minutes on each side, until they puff up slightly.

To serve the Pita, use some tzatziki sauce! To make tzatziki sauce, simply mix Sour Creme, Chopped Cucumber, Chopped Garlic, Olive oil and Salt. Let it still for about 2 hours before serving. You can also use these pitas to make Greek Gyros.

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How to make Greek Pita Bread For Gyros

Greek Pita Bread For Gyros

This was my first time making Greek Pita Bread. I can guarantee you that you will have a very high success rate in this one. Even though you might fail it, you will still end up with something eatable that will satisfy everyone.
Prep Time 1 hr
Cook Time 30 mins
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Greek
Servings 6 people
Calories 800 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 2 tbsp Active Dry Yeast
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • 160 ml Milk
  • 80 ml Water
  • 320 gr Flour
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tbsp Olive Oil

Instructions
 

Preparing the Greek Pita Dough

  • To prepare the dough for the Pita, we first start by combining together sugar, yeast, water and milk in a small bowl. We need to set the bowl aside and leave it for around 10 minutes so that the yeast starts to activate. In a bigger bowl, we will combine the flour with the salt. After we see that the yeast mixture is ready, we add the olive oil and mix it well together.
  • As soon as the olive oil is incorporated, we add the mixture to the flour and salt. Combine together until you get a perfect smooth dough. To get the smoothness, knead the dough for around 10 minutes. Put the dough in a bow and cover with a warm wet towel. Let it rise for around 50 minutes until it doubles in size.
  • When the dough is ready, separate it into 6 different pieces. Roll each piece to a circle of about 20 cm in diameter.

Cooking the Greek Pita Bread

  • Place a pan over medium heat. Make sure to brush it with some olive oil or butter. Cook each of the pitas for around 2 minutes on each side, until they puff up slightly.
  • To serve the Pita, use some tzatziki sauce! To make tzatziki sauce, simply mix Sour Creme, Chopped Cucumber, Chopped Garlic, Olive oil and Salt. Let it still for about 2 hours before serving. You can also use these pitas to make Greek Gyros.

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Keyword Greek Food, Gyro, Pita

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