Fresh garlic pita wedges

By | July 9, 2012

I’ve been making garlic pita wedges since the early days of our marriage (though at only 20 months, I guess you could still say we’re in the early days!).

Fresh bread lined lightly with butter that plays host to minced garlic and spices before going in the oven for a little toasting action — you really can’t go wrong with this stuff.

But the biggest reason they’re part of our regular meal routine is because they complete a meal so nicely. Serve them with a pot of steaming soup in the winter or a bright, flavorful salad in the summer — and there you have it, dinner’s served.

Check out the recipe on Overtime Cook!


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