Cast Iron Sourdough Pita Chips

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Thursday Food Day!

So this recipe is actually the same one as sourdough flat bread .  I am just making a couple changes to make it fun.  Fun is a necessity with young children.

After I prepared the dough, I mixed cooled roasted garlic and onions into the dough.  Then I rolled it out into circles and cooked it up in the cast iron pan.  After they cooled a little, I cut the circles up like a pizza.  Pita chips!

Another very kid friendly idea is to use cookie cutters to shape your pita chips.  I will say that after using the cookie cutters and trying to reroll the dough is a bit harder.  It doesn’t roll out quite as thin but it does taste just as good.  The kids loved getting to help make their snacks into the fun shapes that they picked out.

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