How to Make a Healthy Greek Vegetarian Moussaka

Great recipe for a very healthy vegetarian  Greek favorite Moussaka. Eggplant, bell peppers, potatoes, etc.. Enjoy!



I am English speaking and I understood the recipe. Thank you for the video

kaulentia says:

if yu look up wikipaedia ‘Indo Greek Kingdom’ you will see 200 yrs of Greek kings in India and 100 yrs in Afghanistan,also first settlements of Greeks in Tunisia as well as Mesopotamia area.Arabs still sell Greek don’t be surprised how common things we have including words and customs

Raindrops4eva says:

Is egg plant aubergine

WhisperingToTheWind says:

Awesome, I’ll try it tomorrow!!! Always love aubergines, zucchini and tomatoes <3

LaPoderosaLluvia says:

I just got hungry T_T This looks amazingly delicious. 

Payhole Everdouche says:

What she made looks like deep dish pizza!

Payhole Everdouche says:

Cont…from below. I am fairly certain Paneer and Lhassi both came into Indian through the Turco-Afghan invasions starting in the 11th century. I seriously doubt these foods existed before. The Indians combined Lhassi with Mango, which is an Indian concoction. Real Indian healthy food is to be found in Orissa, Kerala, and anywhere free of European and Islamic Influence. Even Hyderabadi cuisine is very much yogurt heavy. Thick yogurt sauces make your cholesterol rise, unhealthy for the heart.

Payhole Everdouche says:

She is using English for every other word, so for you linguistically challenged Americans below, just deal with it. Okay now, it’s all in English.
Now, let’s be Honest with ourselves, Moussaka, is an incredibly unhealthy dish to begin with. Taking the meat out, doesn’t help all too much. The main problem is the Cheese. Cheese is never healthy. That’s why its not part of traditional East Asian Food. Cheese is also used in Northern Indian Mughal Cuisine. I’m talking about Paneer.

SoSoniLove says:


SoSoniLove says:

i thought this was english
i cant understand you!

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