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Moussaka is a well-loved Greek classic. This foolproof moussaka recipe may take a bit of time, but it's easy and the results are rewarding - and delicious!
Here's an easy take on a Greek moussaka, using diced aubergines instead of fried aubergine slices. Cover with cooked potatoes and a traditional egg and cheese topping and leave in the oven. Serve with a salad. Delicious!
Moussaka is of the most celebrated Greek dishes. This recipe includes sliced aubergine, minced beef and a lovely white sauce.
This is a clever variation on the traditional, meat-based Greek dish that is usually quite high in fat. The meat has been replaced with a selection of vibrantly coloured vegetables and the protein is supplied by borlotti beans. The dish is topped in the traditional way but with a yoghurt-based sauce.
My version of moussaka, the classic Greek dish. My family love it and its great for a dinner party too. Make it the previous day for the best flavour and add/make the topping on the day of eating! Serve with crusty bread and a Greek or mixed salad. Tip - You can make this without pre-frying the aubergine, just layer the raw slices (no thicker than 5mm) as described and add 10 minutes to final cooking time.
This traditional moussaka is truly the best, and just as authentic as any you'd try in Greece! While it takes a bit of time, it's actually quite simple to make. Kali orexi! (Bon appetit!)
This hearty one-pot dish makes a satisfying vegetarian supper – particularly good when it is cold outside and you need a comforting meal to lift your spirits.
Greek moussaka made in individual dishes with lamb mince, tomato, oregano and a hit of cinnamon layered with aubergine slices and baked with a fluffy topping. Prepare ahead - best eaten on the day. Nice served with a mixed salad and fries.
This recipe always gets rave reviews from vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. Easy to make, but takes time. Serve with salad.
A traditional Greek dish with a twist. I call it Naughty Moussaka because of the cream in the topping.