I want to share with you a very interesting recipe casserole of vegetables and meat. The taste is so amazing that the dish will adorn the holiday table, although I cook it as a regular Sunday dish, and give it to Dasha skyfuntik in honor of the anniversary of her baby for whom we were ill and empathized with the entire site, until he will be born, and now first anniversary celebration! Dasha, for you! Happy birthday!
|Cooking time 80 minutes||Number of servings 4|
Put to boil the potatoes.
At this time, preheat a frying pan vegetable oil and well fry it the meat (I had beef, but can be any). Add to the minced onion, cut into small cubes, tomato paste.
Add the broth or water, stew on low heat for 5-10 minutes, add salt and season with oregano.
Broccoli divided into florets (can use frozen stock) and blanch in salted boiling water approx. 5 min. Decant.
Tomato (s) cut into slices.
Ready boiled, strained potato mash and add butter, warm milk to make mashed potatoes and set aside 2-3 tbsp
Form for baking grease with vegetable oil and place a layer of 2/3 of the stuffing. Sides - broccoli florets.
For stuffing to put slices of tomato and top with a layer of mashed potatoes.
Spread on top of another 1/3 of the stuffing. Of deferred mashed potatoes and make balls the size of a walnut and put it in the center.
Heat the cream and add the butter and hard cheeses, let them melt.
Season with salt, pepper, nutmeg and herbs.
Pour this dressing over the casserole-moussaka.
Bake in a preheated 200*With the oven for 30-40 mins, until it will turn brown.