[moo-sah-kuh, moo-sah-kah] /muˈsɑ kə, ˌmu sɑˈkɑ/

noun, Greek Cookery.
[moo-sah-kuh, moo-sah-kah] /muˈsɑ kə, ˌmu sɑˈkɑ/
noun, Greek Cookery.
a baked dish consisting of layers of sautéed slices of eggplant and ground lamb usually flavored with tomatoes, onions, and cinnamon, and covered with a custard sauce sprinkled with grated cheese.
a dish originating in the Balkan States, consisting of meat, aubergines, and tomatoes, topped with cheese sauce


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