Ok, you are right, it doesn't entirely look like Ceasar Salad! But then it doesn't have a name at all, so I decided to call it Ceasar Salad - but Jewish-style, mostly because it came out huge, and I
couldn't didn't add cheese, even though it would have fitted in perfectly! It's extremely easy to cook and heavenly tasty to eat! So...
First you mix together some salad (take any kind of green salad you've got available at the moment), cucumbers, grated carrots and radish; add some olive oil, lemon juice and milled pepper.
Whilst you do this you should cook some breaded chicken breast - I used homemade as it's so much tastier! Make it well fried, so that it gets golden and crusty - chicken is the main part of the salad, it should be well worked on;-)
Meanwhile cut bread into square shaped pieces as shown on the picture above, sprinkle some olive oil, add a pinch of oregano and milled pepper and send it into the oven until it gets brown and crusty.
By the time, your chicken should already be prepared and very tempting to be eaten straight away - you might end up thinking - ah who needs a salad anyway?! Resist, don't do this - cut it into long, wide slices as shown above instead, trust me it is worth it!
Now add it to the salad mix we prepared beforehand.
When you've done so, your appetizing crusts should be ready and, be careful, probably, even more tempting than the chicken that you've already resisted. Ok, you can sneak one piece, but not more! And it's very hot, so let it cool down first.
Boil some eggs and cut them into four parts.
Add them to the filling salad bowl.
When you've done all the above, check on the crusty bread pieces, they should've cooled down by now, so add them to the salad too. If you haven't eaten all of them already of course!
In the end, add any garlic sauce you can find at the moment - I used Heinz one, but I also cook it myself sometimes if I am not too lazy. Add some more milled pepper...