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What's a good substitute for pita crisps

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Amanda Hesser
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added over 7 years ago

You could try bagel chips (plain!) or a simple cracker like a Carr's water cracker, but I'd probably get a good baguette, slice it super thinly, and toast the slices on a baking sheet at 350 degrees.

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Sam1148
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added over 7 years ago

lavash bread (available at middle eastern markets and some supermarkets). Cut and sprayed with olive oil and baked just a few mins.

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Jean | Delightful Repast
added over 7 years ago

I *love* ak-mak! Armenian cracker bread. They are whole wheat crackers with sesame seeds, and I serve them with my hummus and baba ghanoush. Go to akmakbakeries.com (and, no, I am not connected with the company in any way, so this is not a shameless self-promoting plug!).
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