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Greek Three Layer Moussaka Recipe

Moussaka is a layered casserole made with layers of eggplant, meat, and a béchamel sauce. In this video, Eva shows us her slightly healthier take on this classic Greek dish. Rather than frying the eggplant, Eva broils the sliced eggplant in the oven for 10 minutes on each side. Her recipe also calls for sliced potatoes to serve as the base of the dish along with the eggplant. For the full recipe visit: thursdayfordinner.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

24 Comments
  1. My mother fries the potatos and eggplants before putting the meat, instead of putting them in oven first. For the cream, She puts 2 cups of milk with 6 tablespoons of flour and usually omits the butter.

  2. My wife made me this recipe for the 2nd time and I love it! Thank you for the recipe.

  3. Very good but there are a few things I would have done differently.

  4. it is great recepie .i love it . i love to add shampignons in all of that.

  5. Hi. Enjoyed the video. Looks Great!

  6. awwww she’s lovely! great cooking, I wish to make this soon =)

  7. She is priceless!

  8. 6:27 Son eyesdropps :P Then walks straight up across the kitchen ahhaha!

  9. This lady reminds me of my mother… ayia ta heria sou thia…. xxx

  10. I’m going to make this for my bf for Valentines! Can’t wait to try it, thanks!

  11. This looks pretty good. I’m going to be trying moussaka later for the first time. :D

  12. I did not see how you added the eggs, did you stir them first or put them right in the cream?

  13. I did not see how you added the eggs, did you stir them first or put them right in the cream? thank you

  14. hey Eva it’s really lovely that u live years in America but u still can cook like our Greek Greek grandmothers,same recipes,same taste!!! u rock Greek lady!! Love from Athens :D

  15. It tastes better if you fry the eggplant and potatoes a little!

  16. Looks yummy!

  17. love the guy sneaking past at 6.45

  18. @hunkhk lol indeed! xD

  19. I watched this cause I was hungry and I had no food in the house. :(

  20. @Katy
    hi,i am half greek,born in Cyclades(Aegean islands).my mother and relatives used to cook this dish with beef..i guess it depends on which region of greece you ‘ve had moussaka..i think it’s very tasty,both ways,isn’t?!!I miss greek food..=((…

  21. you are adoriable I did it and thanks to you it was fun and tasted great!!!!! thank you!!

  22. I just LOVE Greek food! I love your accent! She is so cute!

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