I wanted to share this quick and easy recipe with you. I still haven’t posted a recipe for za’atar, but I plan to once I use up my store bought version. This is a great snack or just something to serve with dinner to replace rolls. My favorite thing to eat this with is a salad though.
Click here for the recipe for homemade pita bread.
Pita /Flatbread/Pizza with Za’atar
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Za’atar Seasoning Blend
- Pita Bread (what I used) or flatbread or even a small thin cooked pizza crust
- Preheat oven to 400F.
- Brush the bread with a little bit of EVOO and sprinkle on a teaspoon or so of the za’atar seasoning. Bake in the oven for a few minutes, until warm and as brown as you want.
- Cut into wedges and serve.
In other news, I am working on a second blog. I’ve decided that the Baby Talk page is so much fun that I want to expand it. I also thought that cloth diapers and recipes were not a good combination! 🙂 This blog will focus on family/children, no recipes though. Even the kid-friendly recipes will still remain on this blog.
I’ve also been stressing about the following:
- Baby Names
- Baby Diapers
- Cleaning the house for…. the baby
- Baby Clothes
- Baby Supplies
- How will Mimi like the baby?
- Where will the baby sleep?
Are we seeing a pattern here?
My mind has went into full-blown baby mode to the point where I’ve gone a little loony. I can barely think about anything else (good time to start a baby blog) and as soon as I make a decision, I change my mind. I’ve had to tell myself to calm down because I would burst into tears. I’ll try a few diaper brands, I have two names picked and I’ll make one permanent when I see the baby, the house will get clean, and how many outfits and supplies does a newborn really need? C’mon. I can see that nesting is right around the corner. I’m kind of looking forward to it. Clearly I have some energy that needs to be put to good use. Don’t worry though, I went loony towards the end of my pregnancy with Mimi as well. Apparently this is normal for me.