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Moussaka

Authentic moussaka with layers of rich lamb & beef ragu, roasted sliced eggplant, and potatoes finished off with a creamy bechamel, feta cheese, and parsley.

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Based on 15 reviews
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L.
Excellent

I took the advice of another reviewer and transferred to a metal pan and baked at 400 degrees for 50 minutes and let it set up for 10. Was absolutely delicious and filling. Plenty of cheesy goodness, meat and potatoes. I don’t even particularly love eggplant but baked this way, they were soft and easy to eat. Also well seasoned! First dish I didn’t have to add salt to. I guess Americans have been brainwashed by Big Food to think sodium is the demon that will kill them, not the mountains of sugar in everything they eat. Sad really.

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Tobi
Delicious

Very good and very easy.

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E.M.
/good

Liked it, but decided I really don't like eggplant. Rest of it was great.

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James Rennie
A couple cooking adjustments and PERFECT!!

Moussaka is my favorite dish. I make a good one. When I saw this on the menu I was really looking forward to it, but then I read the reviews and they were not so good. I noticed a common thread in them, the item didn’t seem to be baked enough. I made 3 small adjustments; first I transferred the meal to a metal loaf pan which was very easy since it is encased in a paper sleeve, second I increased the temp to 425, third I increased the baking time to 50 minutes. Then I let it set up for 15 minutes. IT CAME OUT BEAUTIFULLY! DELICIOUS! As good as my own. Eggplant cooked perfectly. Very meaty. So much food, we were quite content after.

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Jennifer
Not great

Way too much sodium. Not tasty.