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My Own Personal Caesar Salad

buy Finpecia proscar/propecia The first time I tried Caesar Salad was when I moved to England and truly fell in love with the idea of such a buy acyclovir online seasoned and rich dish. Italians tend to keep their salad minimal: cream dressing is quite unusual and meat in a salad can hardly be found.

The salad I prepared for you is not a proper Caesar Salad. I took inspiration from the original recipe and developed buy Pregabalin in the uk my personal variation on the theme.

Caesar Salad
My own Caesar Salad Once Ready

Ingredients

 400g of mixed salad
200g of chicken
200g of halloumi
100g of bacon
80g of spring onions
200g of stale bread
150g of low fat yoghurt
1 ripe avocado
3 tsp of Dijon mustard
400g of mixed salad
200g of chicken
200g of halloumi
100g of bacon
80g of spring onions
200g of stale bread
150g of low fat yoghurt
1 ripe avocado
3 tsp of Dijon mustard
Marjoram
Salt
Pepper
Olive oil
Paprika
Coriander
Lime or lemon juice

Method

This recipe is really simple, it’s all about mixing the ingredients and cooking a few of them.

  • Shred the chicken and let it cook in a pan with just some drops of oil, enough to prevent it from sticking. It doesn’t need any seasoning.
  •  Grill the bacon and the halloumi since they need to release their liquids and they taste great once grilled.
  • Dice the bread, drizzle it with the marjoram and the oil, then put it in the oven at 200°C for about 5 minutes to obtain some crispy croutons.
    Cut the spring onion lengthways into thin slices. Dice the avocado and sprinkle it with some drops of lime juice or otherwise it will turn brown (ewww)

    Caesar Salad Close up
    A closer look

    Dressing

    Mix together the yoghurt, the mustard, the paprika, the coriander, the pepper, the salt and a tablespoon of oil.
    Now you just have to assemble the plate. I usually make a layer of salad and then I cover it with the rest of the ingredients and the dressing sauce. As simple as tasty.

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