Gyros Layered Salad

There is just something about a layered salad or anything layered that really appeals to me. I mean, you can see all the ingredients, and they don't make sense. Then, you have a portion piled on your plate, you try it- and everything makes sense. That's the way good coking works. How could a potato be good with garlic and mayo? Fry the potato, cream the mayop with garlic and it does make sense. Somehow. I love food and the way cooking works. Drool.

You can make this salad dairly mild like this one ( I just added chili), or add crushed garlic, shallots instead of red onion, and add some tabasco or chili sauce to the ketchup. That will suprise your tastebuds :)

Type of dish: main, salad
Serves: many, many happy people
Cost: medium
Difiiculty: easy
Time: 40min
Prep time: 15 min
Cooking time: 10 min

You'll need:
A large clear glass bowl, a tablespoon, a cutting board, sharp knife, 3 bowls, a colander, frying pan, a cup, spatula,

First of all., heat the frying pan, add a drizzle of olive oil and the chili, when hot, add the chicken and fry until the chicken is white, then add the gyros seasoning and a glass of water. Mix well and turn the heat to medium. Place the cabbage in the colander, and add 1 tbsp of vegeta. Toss and set aside on the sink. Dice the vegetables. When the gyros mixture in the chicken is thick like cream, turn of the heat and let it cool down completely.  Then place the chicken in the base of the large glass bowl. On top of the chicken, spread out 2 tbsp mayo. Spread it out evenly- all of the layers need to be or look even- this is the appealing part of this salad. Over the mayo, spread the onions, then the pickles. Then the tomatoes, corn and ketchup. Now, squeeze out as much excess water from the cabbage and fluff it out a bit and place in a layer over the ketchup corn. Spread out nicely, cover up and put in the frigde for at least 3h  for the flavours to mix:)