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Synonyms for pita

usually small round bread that can open into a pocket for filling

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Beef, chicken, lamb and vegetarian entrees offer combinations of rice, salad and pita bread and are priced from $7.
Slit open the top of the pita bread to create a pocket.
In it, we see Katniss in various situations in the film, calling on "Peeta" and instead being presented with a delicious looking pita bread sandwich.
Because of the bake quality and because they do not tear easily, Nina's pita breads are perfect for sandwich fillings.
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So I went back to the Barista Lavazza CrE me outlet at Khan Market -- my favourite spot for meetings with contacts -- and asked for the Smoked Salmon Sandwich and Keema in Pita Bread Sandwich.
You can create a great treat by using fresh fruit and pita bread.
Featuring scrambled eggs, strips of bacon and ham, and American cheese stuffed in pita bread made with whole grain, and served with a side of fire-roasted salsa, the new Breakfast Pita Pocket is available at participating Jack in the Box restaurants for $2.
Dinner patrons receive warm pita bread with complimentary salad offerings, usually beet and carrot, while deciding what to order.
And one Maryland school set up a vending machine with healthy snacks, from which baked pita bread chips in various flavors have become a hit.
Spread some on top of a whole-wheat pita bread, sprinkle with grated Parmesan or shredded light mozzarella, and pop it into the toaster oven for a couple of minutes.
Made from organic wheat flour, Kettle[TM] brand Bakes Pita Chips start with authentic pita bread sprinkled with all-natural seasonings and toasted until crisp and golden brown.
Despite its many meritorious kitchen efforts, it's the fabulous freshly baked pita bread, the best I've ever eaten, that sticks in my mind.
Toss it on a salad or throw some into a pita bread with some onion, tomato, and lettuce.