This worked just fine for me! I make the dough in my bread machine on the dough cycle, layering the ingredients as I normally would if I were to make bread, staring with the water, salt, sugar, flour and topping with the yeast. When it's finished doing its thing, I pat the dough out, let it rise for 20-30 mins. and bake it in the oven. Having my bread machine do the hard work makes these more fun, fast & easy to make! My substitutions: used white flour instead of soy flour, brown sugar instead of molasses, added 1 T. wheat berries. Letting the pitas cool a bit in moistened cloth is also a key step. Part of people's issues with this recipe seem to be a matter of personal taste. I personally prefer chewy/crusty over soft bread, so if you enjoy a more rustic texture, this is the recipe for you. And I could care less about the pockets - they never hold the filling in anyways, so I just use them like bread slices. But that's just me! ;)
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This worked just fine for me! I make the dough in my bread machine on the dough cycle,...