Monday, 20 August 2012

Haleem

                         EID Mubarak to all my friends  !!!!!!!!!

Today on the occasion of Eid I decided to post the recipe of Haleem which I actually had made some days back , but till today couldn't post. I thought today is the best day to post it.

Haleem is a very famous Hyderabadi dish prepared during Ramadaan the holy month of Muslims.

It is a wholesome one meal dish with correct propotions of meat mixed with wheat and other daals along with spices .

This dish is very nutritious , tasty and filling .



Ingredients :

1/2 Kg............bone less mutton(goat )
1 cups broken wheat
2 tbsp ..........moong daal
2 tbsp ..........masur daal
2tbsp..........chana dal
2 tbsp..........urad daal
3 to 4..........cloves
1 inch..........dalchin
3 to 4..........cardamoms
1/2 tsp.........pepper corns
3 tbsp ..............ginger garlic paste
1 tbsp...............chilly powder
1 tbsp...............turmeric powder
1 cup...............whisked curds
2 .....................onions slices
1 tbsp................garam masala
oil for cooking
2 tbsp............... chopped coriander leaves
2 tbsp..............chopped mint leaves
ghee
Salt as needed
Lemon


 Method :

Soak cracked wheat along with all the other daals in water for at least 2 hours.

Wash and marinate the mutton with ginger garlic paste, chilly powder, turmeric powder, salt and curd for more that 4 hours.

Pressure cook the mutton say for 8 to 10 whistles or for 10 to 15 minutes till the pieces are cooked .





Add little water and pressure cook the soaked wheat along with the daals till soft   and dry . Almost all the water has to evaporate.

If excess water is there strain and can use it for something else.

Mash the wheat mixture a bit with a masher .










Heat oil in a kadhai and fry the sliced onions till crisp and golden brown, keep aside for decoration.










In the same oil add whole cloves, dalchin , pepper and cardamom .

Then add the cooked mutton and cook till oil separates.
Add the wheat and daal mash and cook again till oil separates.
Add the salt as needed.
Add half the chopped coriander, mint and ghee.
Let it cook till oil floats and comes up.









Serve hot garnished with coriander, mint , a dollop of ghee and lemon squeezed on it.






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4 comments:

  1. Thanks for linking up Haleem to this event....

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  2. i need veg haleem please help me plz

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    1. Hi Mahesh, I have never made veg haleem but you can try replacing muttom by soya chunks and proceed with the same non veg recipe. It will surely be delicious....

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