Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Traditional Haleem

Haleem is an  Asian most favourite traditional dish.

Broken wheat - 200gm
barley - 3 tbsp
channa dal - 100gm
mutton - 500gm
ginger garlic paste - 2 tbsp
readymade haleem masala - 2-3  tbsp
(or if haleem masala  not available
use chilli powder - 2tsp
coriander powder  - 2tsp
cumin powder - 1tsp
turmeric - 1/2 tsp
chaat masala - 1tsp)
garam masala - 1 tsp
 Onion - 200 gm (for browning)
enough oil for browning
oil/ghee - 2 tbsp (optional)
salt - to taste.
Garnish with ginger julienne, brown onion, chopped coriander leaves and lime wedges and a dash of garam masala.

Serves - 6.

Steps to follow:
Soak the broken wheat, channa dal and barley for at least 1-2 hours.

Pressure cook the wheat,barley and channa dal for atleast 45  minutes in a low flame wth enough water  8-10  cups of water.
Open and add salt to taste, mash well.

Meanwhile cook the mutton with haleem masala and ginger garlic paste, salt and  with 4-5 cups of water.Cook the mutton for at least  20 minutes or until  very soft..Open and remove the bones of the mutton pieces and keep the mutton aside.
Now mix the cooked mashed wheat mixture with mutton soup.

Blend it nicely.
Then add the cooked shredded mutton pieces and mix well. Add garam masala and again mix well.
Now the delicious   haleem is ready. See here, I didn;t use oil or ghee.It is your option.

To brown the onion,slice and shred the onion, heat enough oil in a pan fry till golden brown in a medium low flame.drain and keep aside.

Transfer hot haleem to a plate or bowl garnish with ginger julienne, brown onion, chopped coriander leaves,green chillies and lime wedges and a dash of garam masala.
Enjoy the Delicious Haleem ! Wow! It tastes Awesome!

Sending this to 
Passion on Plate  @ En - Iniyaillam 

  Valentine's Day Recipe Contest  @ Priya's Versatile Recipes

Traditional & Native Recipes @ Sara's Tasty Buds and
Cook like a Celebrity Chef Event @ Food Corner.

Have a nice weekend !


faiza kader said...

ennaku haleem endral romba pidikum.. ready mix vaagi thaan try panni irukeen.. romba periya veelai...
romba super ra iruku neega panniyathu...
en event ku link thantharku nandri

Kitchen Queen said...

I used to love haleem before marriage. this reminded me those days.

Rafeeda A. Raheem said...

i've always wanted to try haleem... will try soon... :)

Ummu Azi said...

delicious dear

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Dish looks healthy, never tried it !!!
Thanks for sharing :-)
Today's Recipe
Chocolate Mousse

Helen Prabha said...

Wow...looks yummy plate plz.....

Ramya Krishnamurthy said...

yummy and so authentic:)

divya said...

OMG! what a stunning pic! Drooling here...Happy valentines day to you!!

Kavi Foodomania said...

never heard of it but sounds delicious!! A healthy recipe tooo!

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Priya said...

Worth to try, had a chance to taste this haleem in Hyderabad during ramazan festival and loved it.

Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious and perfect.

kausers kitchen said...

I LUV THIS, god I'm drooling here.

nisha s said...

I love this recipe and this is one of the best haleem recipe I have come across...Thx for sharing!!!:-)

Amy said...

sounds interesting....
thanks a lot for sharing with my event...