Bulgarian Moussaka

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  1. pudnpie

    pudnpie Silver Member

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    I make no claims for authenticity - this is just based on what I have had on holiday ;).

    34pps total (according to WW tracker)
    4 servings
    9pps per serving

    200g potatoes peeled weight (preferably firm, waxy ones)
    500g Waitrose Pork Mince
    1 onion chopped
    1tbsp tomato puree
    Clove of garlic
    1 tbsp dried savory or thyme (or whatever you have)
    1tsp ground cumin
    200ml fresh chicken stock
    250 low fat plain yogurt
    2 mediums eggs
    50g half fat cheddar grated
    nutmeg for grating (or a large pinch of the ready ground)

    Cut the potatoes into chunks about 1.5cm and boil for 5 mins or microwave until they are just beginning to go tender. Drain and set aside
    Fry off the pork and onion in a large pan until the pork starts to brown. Add the garlic, cumin, herbs and tomatoe puree and fry for a few more minutes. Add the stock, bring to the boil and simmer until most of the stock has evaporated about 15 mins. There should be a few tablespoons of liquid left when you tilt the pan. Seanson with salt and pepper. Mix in the potatoes. Put into a dish and flatten down as much as possible.

    Beat together the eggs and yogurt and add the cheese. Add a few grates of nutmeg and mix well. Pour over pork mixture.

    Put in an oven preheated to 180/gas 4/fan 160 for about 40 minutes until the topping has set and is browned on top. Serve with some veg or salad. In Bulgaria everything comes with grated white cabbage!
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