Prep: 5 mins.
Cooking: 10 mins.
Serves: See text
Rating: 2: Easy
Don’t forget the humble pitta bread. They pull apart down the centre and can be filled with all manner of goodies.
- ‘Value’ supermarket pitta bread
- Leftover sausages or other meat
- Leftover beans – red kidney, baked, Bernoulli, …..
- Anything else that might suit a pitta bread – not soup . . . .
This method is a little bit vague due to the number of possible variation for fillings.
- Chuck your leftovers in a pan, whatever they are – probably with half a roughly chopped onion – heat ‘em up and pop them into split pitta breads that have been lightly toasted.
- Grab hold and eat.
Told you it would be a little bit vague, but you get my meaning. Pitta bread is very versatile so use your imagination. Bacon, ham, cheese, beans, tomatoes….. it’ll all go in.