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Pocket pita bread

Post by carnelian » Wed, 09 Jul 2008 12:57 am

Hi everybody...
I would appreaciate if anyone has any information of where in singapore one can get pocket pita bread.After trying on the net i coulnt find anyone who makes it in singapore.
there are some but not pocket pita bread(which you can stuff in it the kebab and salads and sauces),those i sow are just plain pita bread without pocket.
Looking forward to hear from those who got some information.
God Bless

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 09 Jul 2008 2:55 pm

Use a filet knife and cut your own pockets?

Just a thought......
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Post by sierra2469alpha » Wed, 09 Jul 2008 3:01 pm

There's a version at Cold Storage at Newton. They are a bit hit and miss, though. Slightly more a chapati.

Plenty of recipes if you want to make your own....

Mountain bread is widely available which makes a good sustitute

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Re: Pocket pita bread

Post by jan walsh » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 2:15 pm

carnelian wrote:Hi everybody...
I would appreaciate if anyone has any information of where in singapore one can get pocket pita bread.After trying on the net i coulnt find anyone who makes it in singapore.
there are some but not pocket pita bread(which you can stuff in it the kebab and salads and sauces),those i sow are just plain pita bread without pocket.
Looking forward to hear from those who got some information.
God Bless
You can try the NTUC-Finest at Bukit Timah Plaza. I saw some last week.enjoy.

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Post by carnelian » Tue, 15 Jul 2008 10:48 pm

Sorry for the late reply and thank you everyone for your coments.I appreaciate it a lot.
Actually the one am looking for was around some few years back in Singapore and those who make it now dont make that version anymore.
I need for bussiness purpose, if it was for my personal use there are lots of recipes available.However i am still looking around and contacting and hope someone will be able to make and provide in near future.
Once more many thanks to you all.
Regards
Ermiri

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