How To Make Greek Moussaka | Akis Petretzikis



The wonderful Akis Petretzikis has a fantastic moussaka recipe using baked vegetables instead of fried to make it that little bit lighter. Delicious layers of potato, aubergine, courgette and beef, all topped off with a creamy béchamel sauce and a handful of parmesan. The perfect tasty teatime treat.
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40 Comments

  1. Η γιαγια μου εχει καλυτερη προφορά μαλακα..

  2. The extent to which he insisted on the prononciation of "Moussaka" stressed me out

  3. more than your recipe I loved the way you made it humorous and easy to follow.

  4. R T says:

    Can't you toast all the vegetables together???

  5. SKARLETT says:

    to much salt Akis

  6. J How says:

    Purple akis

  7. Α ρε Άκη με τα Αγγλικά σου, εσύ και ο Τσίπρας.

  8. I made moussaka by your recipe. It's absolutely delicious!!!! Thanks a lot Akis! Your videos inspire me every time 😉

  9. Mustika Sari says:

    i don't care the food but u, yes u

  10. Moussaka is a Turkish food why greek retarded fucks steel everything from us

  11. Yum that looks so good!

  12. Easy on the salt Hercules!

  13. Moussaka isn't Greek. It's an Arab dish. It's obvious from its name. It's an Arabic word

  14. Daniela Arpi says:

    Thanks very yummy i try this

  15. Deadliftzz says:

    Musakka ulan o amına kodumun deniz anası

  16. Ali Örnek says:

    Lol Greek friends, I love you, but please do stop calling our common dishes as "Greek" in this case by adding a French sauce on it. Mousakka is actually an Anatolian food, like most of the eggplat-meat combinations (Karnı Yarık, Ali Nazik, Hünkar Beğendi etc)
    Love you,
    Your neighbour…

  17. John Gabriel says:

    Tsk, tsk. You did not use gloves when you handled the raw beef. What is wrong with you man? 🙂

  18. ULAN MUSAKKA BE BUNA DA MI GREEK MOUSSAKA DİYOSUNUZ ŞEREFSİZLER KENDİNİZ Bİ HALT BECEREMEYİP BİZDEN ÇALIYOSUNUZ. BAKLAVA DA BİZİM, YOĞURT DA BİZİM, MUSAKKA DA BİZİM. AMK YUNANLISI. #greekslovecoldwater

  19. My husband is Greek this is one of his favorite dishes! I'll be using this recipe! thanks!

  20. Musakka da mı Yunanların oldu ? -_-

  21. what are the best type of potatoes to use

  22. I tried your recipe and oh my gosh. It's like a party in my mouth and had the spirit of Greece!

  23. Dab Emoji says:

    my mother makes this every election for some reason. Damn I got to wait 2 years.

  24. I feel disappointed.

  25. do we need eggs on bechamel sauce?/

  26. m93samman says:

    Made this somewhat successfully… everything was awesome but it felt like there was too much oil in the bottom. Anyone have that problem? Not sure if I need to use less oil for the vegetables or dry the meat more :/

  27. Muneca says:

    You are so hot !

  28. Doug19752533 says:

    what if my oven doesnt have a fan???

  29. Ακη είσαι απίστευτος ρε φίλε.!!! Δεν θα πω για την συνταγή που είναι τέλεια και γίνεται λουκούμι. Θα πω για τα Αγγλικά που μιλάμε εμείς οι Έλληνες… Είναι σαν το φαγητό μας…Απερίγραπτα(με την καλή έννοια φίλε). Να ' σαι καλά ρε παλικάρι

  30. Rose Santos says:

    This looks so good but I'm intimidated to make it… here goes!

  31. Trina Lopez says:

    Any chance there is a low-carb version of Moussaka?

  32. Can you make a video about how you chop?

  33. hujnavsjo says:

    amazing dish! thx!

  34. fh says:

    Don't wanna sound hateful, but it is not a greek dish. It's name comes from Arabian, so does the dish.

  35. laleh n says:

    You are so cute 🙂

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