So, since my dream sandwich was no longer an immediate possibility I had to find something to do with two packages of pita flat bread. And two containers of feta cheese, which is never a bad thing to have a lot of, and tomato and avocado too. Yesterday at lunch time, a new idea crept into my head. I make guacamole all the time, so why not put a different twist on an old friend. Turn the pitas into chips and mix all the other ingredients together to make a dip. It sounded promising.
I started with the pita, made triangles and lightly brushed them with olive oil, and sprinkled on some Kosher salt. Bake till they have your desired amount of crunch. Mine went a little long, as I was taking approximately four hundred and eighty pictures of the rest of the ingredients while they baked.
I used avocado, tomato, feta and Greek olives for the dip. I wasn't sure how hummus would work with the mix, so I left it out this time.
Just dice, crumble, mash and mix.
It was easy and it was good. And I'm pretty sure it was somewhat healthy.
p.s. Please don't think that I am under the impression that Greek Guacamole has never been done before. I'm sure it's been out there for eons. It just hasn't crossed my path. So for today, it is my very own creation...and it will probably be my lunch for the foreseeable future!