Moussaka Lasagne Recipe

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 it makes for a wonderful warm meal for when the weather outside gets a little chilly Moussaka Lasagne Recipe
Moussaka Lasagne Recipe

A hearty and savory delight, Moussaka Lasagna is a great addition to your menu. With its flavorful layers, it makes for a wonderful warm meal for when the weather outside gets a little chilly. Our expert chef makes it easy for you to learn and try out the recipe on your own!

Preparation Time: 1 hour approximately
Cooking Time: 30 minutes approximately
Serves: 4 persons

All you need

1 pack al alali Lasagne with Spinach – cooked
2 Jars al alali Pasta Sauce with Mushroom & Olives
600 g. long Eggplant – sliced
600 g. tomato sliced
400 g. red onion – sliced
1 tbsp. salt
1/2 tbsp. al alali Ground Black Pepper
400 gr mozzarella cheese
Basil leaves garnish


  1. Heat panggangan at 180 °C
  2. Grill all vegetables until golden without breaking them
  3. Season vegetables as needed by salt and al alali Ground Black Pepper
  4. In a baking deep tray, spread little al alali Pasta Sauce with Mushroom & Olives in bottom of tray
  5. Place first layer of boiled al alali Lasagne then place layer of eggplant, onion & tomato clices
  6. Add al alali Pasta Sauce on top of all, and little cheese, then complete the same steps until make three layers
  7. Last on top, add al alali Pasta Sauce and cover all top with cheese as well
  8. Bake in the panggangan for almost 30 minutes
  9. When ready, you may add extra al alali Pasta Sauce with Mushroom & Olives on the sides and garnish with bakteri leaves
  10. Serve and enjoy!

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