Κυριακή, 27 Μαΐου 2012

Recipe mussaka

Materials:
This recipe takes four parts .
 For the base                                                Part  II
    1. 5-6 medium aubergines                           1. 500 gr minced beef
    2.  8-10- medium potatoes                         2. 2-3 cups tomato juice  or 3  fresh tomatoes
    3. oil for frying                                            3.  1 big onion
                                                                     4.  salt , pepper
                                                                     5. 1/2 cup of oil

     Part III 
 1.  1 kilo milk
 2.   6  tablespoons of soft butter
 3.    6 tablespoons  flour ( all use)
 4.   4 big eggs
5.     salt ,pepper



                                                           PART  I
                                                 We fry the potatoes and aubergines






                                                              PART II
                                       We make the minced beef . First oil, beef , onion , tomato ,
                                        salt ,pepper

                                               If you want .....

                                                       
                                                                      PART III          (Bechamel )
                                           Butter and flour ,salt , pepper



                                           We heat the milk ......
                                             Inside ......
                                                  Mix often ...

                                            When it cools ,add the eggs
                                                             PART   IIII
                                          First layer of potatoes ....
                                         Second layer of aubergines ...
                                         Third layer of minced beef ....
                                          The fourth layer bechamel ..
                                             Bake at 200 C for 50 minutes                


                                                            THE END  !!!!!!
                                                with a big Greek salad !!!



                                    Do not panic . The process hold three hours and  chaos in the kitchen  ......
                                           If you want you can cook the potatoes , aubergines   ,
                                                        the minced beef the day before ...
                              This meal costs about 10 euro  ,hard work , many cleaning but ......
                                                              the most tasty meal    !!!!!!!!!!
                                                  If you have questions ... I am here !
                                                            Have a nice week !!!!

9 σχόλια:

  1. Lovely Olympia - how delicious to have a genuine Greek receipe from an authentic source. I have some spicy tomato flavoured cooked mince beef already in the fridge, so tomorrow I shall make your dish. Thank you so much for sharing it with us♥

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  2. Olympia... I have a question:"How do I contact Mr.Zorba?" as I really, really have wanted to dance the Sirtaki with him, on a beach, at midnight, with my feet in the water and a floating skirt floating to the sound of bouzuki, for all my life!

    After the "Sirtaki moment" I would love to walk to a table (like the one in Shirley Valentine) by the sea, and eat some of your Moussaka (I put cinnamon in mine, when I make it) drink some ice cold retzina and finish the meal with a small glass or two of Metaxa!

    Lovely recipe, Olympia. Moussaka is THE Greek dish!

    CIAO!

    ANNA

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  3. This looks so good Olympia!
    And with a greek salad it sounds perfect!
    Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe with us!

    Deborah xo

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  4. Dearest Olympia,

    That was a yummy and great post with clear photos and step-by-step explanation. I had to laugh at the oh so familiar word 'aubergines' as we called them back home in The Netherlands and here they are called egg plants. Doesn't make sense! For me they are aubergines and that reflects far more their shiny, puple presence. Don't you think so?
    Love to you,
    Mariette

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  5. Dearest Olympia,

    Okay, after cooking supper for tonight I came back to this great dish and I just printed it out with our newly installed printer (yesterday). Will certainly make this dish!
    THANKS a lot.
    Love,
    Mariette

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  6. This looks delicious! I love anything with meat and potatoes!:) Thanks for stopping by. Hope you are doing well!
    Sherry

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  7. Wow, I missed this post!
    Looks yummy!!!
    You kindly show us how to cook it with many images.
    I'll try this recipe in the near future!!!

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  8. Olympia, this looks absolutely delicious. I adore Greek food. I have to make this. xo

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