My Greek Meal

Vegetarian Pastitsio

Pastitsio is children’s most favorite Greek pasta dish usually found at the Sunday family table. In order to include more vegetables in children’s everyday life we prepare this typical Greek dish, with layers of penne, peppers and mushrooms in cubes, cooked in a tomato sauce and on top lies a creamy béchamel with grated kefalotiri cheese. A vegetarian version of pastitsio, equal in taste!

Vegetarian Pastitsio
  • NUTRITIONAL FACTS

  • INGREDIENTS

  • INSTRUCTIONS

  • NUTRITIONAL FACTS

  •  Nutritional Information
     Per 100g
     Energy Value
     679 kJ / 164 kcal
     Fat  14,1g
         of which saturated  2,5g
     Carbohydrate  1,4g
         of which sugars  1,2g
     Dietary Fibres  3,2g 
     Protein  6,4g 
     Salt  0,77g
  • INGREDIENTS

  • Pasta Penne, peeled tomatoes (chopped tomatoes, tomato juice, citric acid), mushrooms, green peppers, tomato paste, extra virgin olive oil, onions, parsley, salt, sugar, black pepper, mint, thyme, béchamel (milk, flour, soya oil, butter, kefalotiri cheese, egg, salt, sugar, white pepper, nutmeg).
  • INSTRUCTIONS

  • A) Conventional oven (FOR BEST RESULTS)
    Preheat fan forced oven to 180°C.
    Place frozen meal in the middle shelf of the oven with paper lid still on.
    Bake for 35-40 minutes or until cooked through.
    Let stand 10 minutes before serving.
    Carefully remove the lid and serve. Before serving, make sure that the food is heated evenly.

    Ovens may adjust baking time if necessary.