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    Default Re: Simple Bread

    We have done this a couple times. Pretty good recipe, our technique needs refining.

    https://apple.news/Ac0sUazimSDqSXmwQn1fU0w

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    Quote Originally Posted by maunahaole View Post
    We have done this a couple times. Pretty good recipe, our technique needs refining.

    https://apple.news/Ac0sUazimSDqSXmwQn1fU0w
    Looks spot on. I *think* this is achievable using a heavy pot/pan on a stovetop when camping. I'll give it a shot.

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    Default Re: Simple Bread

    Not like it’s rocket science. I’m thinking an iron skillet would be preferable, as it would be easier to flip.

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    Rolling the pita out pretty thin help a bunch. We do them on a medium+ hot iron comal style skillet. Flat skillet with no sides. Heat one side until you see the bubbles come up, look for good browning, flip and finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maunahaole View Post
    Rolling the pita out pretty thin help a bunch. We do them on a medium+ hot iron comal style skillet. Flat skillet with no sides. Heat one side until you see the bubbles come up, look for good browning, flip and finish.
    You mean a crepe' pan? LOL I got it. I've had bad luck in the past. It is a new day.

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