Moussaka or musaka is a very popular traditional food in the entire Balkans area, though it is primarily associated with Greek cuisine. This so-called potato moussaka has found its way to our kitchen from Bulgaria.
This version doesn’t include eggplant, cheese or white sauce, which all are ingredients I perceive as parts of a real moussaka. Meat used in this moussaka isn’t lamb but just regular minced beef and pork.
To avoid all kinds of misunderstandings I titled this food “Bulgarian potato moussaka”. As one proverb says: “Name does not worsen a man, if the man won’t the name”. Just one very tasty food made of potatoes – among so many others.
Preparation is quite easy and quick. Time needed is mostly for cooking in the oven.
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