Easy recipe and outstanding taste. Short on time, I used store bought garlic cheese croutons instead of making them. Tasted just fine. Really delicious salad!
Greek Chicken Bread Salad
Badger53705 Posted: 04/29/13
cawahine Posted: 01/06/13
Excellent recipe. Replaced the feta with mozzarella as suggested. Had a nice little kick to it with the red pepper. Highly recommend trying this one.
katiebean1 Posted: 02/10/13
I don't often review recipes. However, this one was so good, here I am. Flavors are great and it would be good for a light company dinner. I made the chicken ahead as I was cooking for another meal and just warmed it in the microwave. I made the croutons ahead too. If you are really in a hurry you could make the dressing ahead, use grocery store chicken, prepared croutons and still have a great meal. This recipe is a keeper.!
H2OQueen Posted: 02/06/13Beaverton, OR
Made this one exactly by the recipe. Grilled the chicken along with other meats for the weeks meals ahead of time. Easy, tasty and very quick meal.
daneanp Posted: 03/19/13
This was very flavorful. It reminded me of a caesar salad but with the greek touches. DH suggested a few olives next time and I'd like to toss in some cherry tomatoes. Loved the prep for the chicken breasts, they came out perfectly.
JillyBurke Posted: 02/01/13
Lots of great, fresh flavor. Cutting crust off hard baguette was a complete nuisance.
Ralacey Posted: 01/15/13
Good salad for a dinner. I used banana peppers in place of pepperoncini peppers and added a little honey to the dressing.
LDaniel422 Posted: 01/06/13
I love this dish, it had a nice zing and was different than any other salad I have made. I did not include chicken because I served crab cakes as my main dish. And, I substituted goat cheese for feta because that's what I had on hand, and it was great! Will definitely make again.
steponme Posted: 03/11/14Missouri City, TX
Slight changes made; I felt the dressing needed a little salt, added Greek seasoning to the chicken and also added English cucumbers. Good filling meal.
Whygal Posted: 06/26/13
I have made this salad twice with the following changes: I roasted the pepper, did not take the crust off of the bread, added some thinly sliced red onion and some chopped English cucumber. I used one breast for the 2 of us. I also used 4 cups of chopped lettuce for 2 people. I know this is CL but I can't believe that 3 cups of lettuce is ok for 4 servings as a main dish.
estall Posted: 07/30/13
I finally got around to making this salad for dinner tonight, and the kids and I thought it was great! The dressing was perfectly balanced, with great flavor (similar to a Caesar salad), and not too heavy. I didn't bother de-crusting the bread and thought it turned out just fine that way. I would agree with the suggestions of adding some cherry tomatoes, a few olives, and/or a little chopped cucumber, though certainly these additions are not essential as the salad stands quite well on its own. Definitely a keeper and I will be making this again; would be a great company dish as well. Looks impressive and doesn't take a lot of work.