During the visit at the local farmers market, I found his fantastic, moist, and heavenly freshly baked Pita bread at ‘The hummus guy’ stall. I tried a few kinds of hummus and among them, the Cilantro-Jalapeño was the best. And in the corner, I saw packets of Regular and Whole Wheat Pita bread. While we did finish most of the bread that we bought with hummus yesterday, but this morning there was only one left 😂❤ I figured let’s make a pizza out of it because I had all the right ingredients in my pantry – Marinara (I have a homemade jar of tomato paste in the refrigerator), Boiled ChickPeas (I boil them and freeze them for a quick chickpea curry during weekdays), Dried Apricots, Fresh Greek Feta Cheese, and my personal favorite Greek Za’atar Spice mix. Here goes the recipe:
1 Medium Sized Pita Bread
2 tbsp Marinara Sauce
1/4 cup canned chickpeas
3-4 finely chopped Turkish Apricots
2 tbsp Athenos Feta Cheese
1 tbsp Za’atar spice mix
1 tbsps Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
2 tbsps chopped parsley
*Pre-heat oven at 400F.
*Dump everything on a pita bread in the order of – Marinara, Chickpeas, Apricots, Feta, Za’atar and at last olive oil.
*Bake the pizza for 10-12 minutes.
*Top it with parsley and serve hot.
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