And it turned out amazing.
And it was the easiest thing ever.
And lots of fun to make. Lots.
I mixed up the dough on Monday and let it rise for an hour. Alright, so maybe I forgot about and and I let it rise for an hour and half. But that's the point. I messed it up and it still worked! Then, I covered the mixer bowl with a towel and put it in the fridge. Because I didn't feel like taking the time to make it on Sunday. Nor did I feel like making an effort to cover it with saran wrap instead of a towel.
I may have been in the middle of a good book.
Anyways, during this process the dough becomes buttery smooth.
After the skillet is hot, place the pita on the hot pan and watch for bubbles to form. After the bubbles get to the size of your choice flip. I found that on medium high I let it cook for about a minute on the first side, flipped and cooked for another minute or two on the second, and then flipped one last time for another minute.
And you get these beauties!
Here's the link to the original recipe. Enjoy!