Moussaka is an eggplant and potato based dish popular in Balkan and Mediterranean cuisines, with many local and regional variations.
The same name and recipe is found throughout the lands that were formerly part of the Ottoman Empire. In Greece, the dish is layered and typically enjoyed hot. In Turkey, it is sautéed and served in the style of a casserole, and is consumed warm or at room temperature. In Arabic countries, a variant of the same recipe is eaten cold.
Years ago I often ate moussaka made from a packet, which didn’t taste that bad, but made from scratch, with only good ingredients, Moussaka really is a treat!
With potatoes, eggplant, ground beef, onions, tomatoes and grated cheese you comea long way. Some homemade béchamesauce to gowith that and you are ready to go! If you want an exact recipe I can provide that!