Musaka

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It's been snowing here in Hakodate.

Musaka is popular with East Europian countries. When I had seen it on the Internet, it looked delicious and I have been interested in it.

When I talked about food with an online English teacher who was from East Europe recently, he introduced Musaka and its recipe to me kindly. Since it was a little different from that I had seen on the Internet before, I checked Musaka again. It is originally from Greece. And it is a little different from countries to countries.

I didn't have Vegeta (a kind of seasoning which includes vegetables and salt), so I used a little of spice mixed salt instead. I thought that the taste was good. However, since my husband thought it was light tasted, he added a little soy sauce on it. As did my son and I. Actually, it was better.
Next time, I want to use Vegeta. I learned that I can get it by online shopping.


< Musaka >

500 grams of minced beef
3 onions
2-3 carrots
1.5kg of potato
3 eggs
500ml of milk
3 table spoons of yogurt
Vegeta (salt)
Paprika powder or paste
Parsley
Few table spoons of oil
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Finely chop 3 onions and carrots and put them on hot oil. Fry for 4-5 mins and add minced meet. Fry for about 10 mins until meat loses its red color. After 10 mins of frying remove it from cooker and add seasonings (1-2 table spoons of vegeta, 1 table spoon of paprika powder, 1 tea spoon of pepper, parsley)

Peel the potato and cut it into thin leaves (5mm thick). Align half of prepared potato on the bottom of the dish, put already prepared meat with vegetables over it, and align the rest of the potato on top of it. Mix 2 eggs and after mixing for about few minutes add 500ml of milk and mix a little bit more. Pour that mixture over the potato and put everything in the already heated oven. Bake for about 40 mins at the temperature of 200º centigrade. While its baking mix 1 egg with 3 tablespoons of yogurt. After 40 mins of baking take your meal out of an oven and pour mixture of egg and yogurt on top of it. Return it to oven and bake for 10 mins or until you notice that eggs change the color






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Original Article:


It's been snowing here in Hakodate.

Musaka is popular with East Europian countries. When I had seen it on the Internet, it looked delicious and I have been interested in it.

When I talked about food with an online English teacher who was from East Europe recently, he introduced Musaka and its recipe to me kindly. Since it was a little different from that I had seen on the Internet before, I checked Musaka again. It is originally from Greece. And it is a little different from countries to countries.

I didn't have Vegeta (a kind of seasoning which includes vegetables and salt), so I used a little of spice mixed salt instead. I thought that the taste was good. However, since my husband thought it was light tasted, he added a little soy sauce on it. As did my son and I. Actually, it was better.
Next time, I want to use Vegeta. I learned that I can get it by online shopping.


< Musaka >

500 grams of minced beef
3 onions
2-3 carrots
1.5kg of potato
3 eggs
500ml of milk
3 table spoons of yogurt
Vegeta (salt)
Paprika powder or paste
Parsley
Few table spoons of oil
______________________________________

Finely chop 3 onions and carrots and put them on hot oil. Fry for 4-5 mins and add minced meet. Fry for about 10 mins until meat loses its red color. After 10 mins of frying remove it from cooker and add seasonings (1-2 table spoons of vegeta, 1 table spoon of paprika powder, 1 tea spoon of pepper, parsley)

Peel the potato and cut it into thin leaves (5mm thick). Align half of prepared potato on the bottom of the dish, put already prepared meat with vegetables over it, and align the rest of the potato on top of it. Mix 2 eggs and after mixing for about few minutes add 500ml of milk and mix a little bit more. Pour that mixture over the potato and put everything in the already heated oven. Bake for about 40 mins at the temperature of 200º centigrade. While its baking mix 1 egg with 3 tablespoons of yogurt. After 40 mins of baking take your meal out of an oven and pour mixture of egg and yogurt on top of it. Return it to oven and bake for 10 mins or until you notice that eggs change the color

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It's been snowing here in Hakodate.

Musaka is popular* in East European countries. When I had seen it on the Internet, it looked delicious, and I have been interested in it ever since.

*Musaka is popular with East Europeans...but, it is popular in East European countries.

When I recently talked about food with an online English teacher who was from East Europe, he kindly introduced Musaka and its recipe to me. Since it was a little different from what I had seen on the Internet before, I researched Musaka again. It is originally from Greece. And, the recipe varies a little from country to country.

I didn't have Vegeta (a kind of seasoning which includes vegetables and salt), so I used some spice mixed salt instead. I had initially thought that the dish was flavorful enough. However, since my husband thought it was too lightly seasoned, he added a little soy sauce on it, as did my son and I after seeing my husband do it. Actually, it was better with the addition of a little soy sauce.

Next time, I want to use Vegeta. I have since researched, and found, an online source.


< Musaka >

500 grams of minced beef
3 onions
2-3 carrots
1.5kg of potato
3 eggs
500ml of milk
3 tablespoons of yogurt
Vegeta (salt)
Paprika powder or paste
Parsley
A few tablespoons of oil

______________________________________

Finely chop 3 onions and 3 carrots and put them in hot oil. Fry them for 4-5 mins and then add the minced meet. Fry them for about 10 mins until the meat loses its red color. After 10 mins of frying, remove it from the cooker and add seasoning (1-2 table spoons of Vegeta, 1 table spoon of paprika powder, 1 tea spoon of pepper, parsley).

Peel the potatoes and cut them into thin leaves (5mm thick). Align half of the prepared potatoes on the bottom of the dish, put the already prepared meat with vegetables over them, and align the rest of the potatoes on top of it. Whisk 2 eggs, and after a few minutes, add 500ml of milk, and whisk the ingredients a little bit more. Pour that mixture over the potatoes, and put everything into the preheated oven. Bake for about 40 mins at 200º centigrade. While it's baking, mix 1 egg with 3 tablespoons of yogurt. After 40 mins of baking, take your meal out of the oven and pour the mixture of egg and yogurt over the top of it. Return it to the oven and bake for 10 mins, or until the egg mixture topping browns.



Re: English Corrections

Hello, Shiroi Tora.

Thank you very much for the corrections as always.
Actually, I copied the recipe.
I'd like to try another Musaka as well.
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