Make this classic Greek eggplant and lamb mince dish or try any of the tasty variations making it vegetarian or even with no eggplant.
This is very easy to make but - like any good moussaka - takes time. Serve with salad. Even meat eaters love this!
A Greek classic. You can choose to salt the eggplants or not. This version uses lamb instead of the more traditional beef.
Here's a vegetable version of moussaka which makes a nice change from the traditional meat-based dish.
Vegetarian meals don't get much heartier than this. It's the perfect cold weather meal when you need something good.
This moussaka is a great alternative for those who don't like eggplant, it has minimal ingredients compared to the real thing but most are cupboard staples and it's a very tasty result.
A perfect moussaka, made with eggplants, lean beef mince and a well-seasoned bechamel sauce. This Greek dish is ideal for dinner parties and hungry eaters!
This is my vegan version of moussaka. If you serve it without bread, it's gluten-free too. Even if you eat meat you will love it!
What makes the difference in this traditional Greek recipe is the barbecued (not fried) vegetables including eggplant, potatoes and zucchini. It's a lighter version of the famous Greek dish consumed in great quantities every summer in my country by locals and tourists equally.
This moussaka is made with veal, but you can substitute other ground meat if you prefer. It's perfect either as an entree or a main with a side of potatoes.
First attempt at Moussaka, apologies to the Greek community. I modified it! Had to use up some eggplant.