About Haleem Recipe , Haleem is a rich sheep / Chicken stew, well known in the Middle East and Asia. As regular for what it’s worth in India, especially in Hyderabad, it is amazing to realize that Haleem really has Persian roots. It is eaten in a lot of different pieces of the world however most usually by Muslims, particularly in the blessed month of Ramadan, for the Iftar while breaking their quick.


Grains and Lentils

1½ cup entire wheat or broken wheat, (300 gram)

½ cup rice

½ cup red lentil, (masoor daal)

½ cup yellow lentil, (moong dal)

½ cup Bengal gram, (channa dal)

½ cup grain, (jaav) , discretionary

* You can substitute one lentil for other. You can likewise 1½ cup of any lentil.

2 tablespoon green bean stew glue

2 tablespoon ginger glue

2 tablespoon garlic glue

6 medium onions, , cut

Oil to broil

1200 grams chicken with bones or 1 kg boneless chicken

1½ tablespoon red bean stew powder or to taste

1 tablespoon turmeric powder

Entire flavors

2 tablespoon coriander seeds

1 tablespoon cumin seed

1 tablespoon caraway seeds

1 tablespoon dark cumin seeds

1 sound leaf

2 inch cinnamon stick

1 dark cardamom

4 green cardamom

4 cloves

1 tablespoon fennel seeds

15 red catch chillies

Salt to taste


½ cup of oil, use oil used to broil cut onions

1 tablespoon hacked garlic

1 teaspoon cumin seeds

Handfull of mint leaves hacked


50 gram ginger cut

Mint leaves

Talk masala

Medium estimated green chillies, cut


Method Of Cooking

Step1 Soak broken wheat for 30 minutes

To set up this well known  delicacy, wash and splash the messed up wheat or dalia for thirty minutes. Trim the sheep (boneless) of any abundance fat. Include the sheep in a weight cooker with around 1 cup water and put it over medium fire


Weight cook sheep for 15-20 minutes,and chicken 5-10 minutes ,To the lamb, include 1/2 tbsp of ginger and garlic glue, a large portion of a tsp of salt, red bean stew powder, a large portion of a tsp of garam masala powder and a touch of turmeric powder. Weight cook the blend for 8-10 min and stew for another 15-20 mins. Shred and keep aside.

Step 3

Bubble broken wheat with all the dals

Heat up the messed up wheat alongside urad, chana dal, toor dal, and yellow moong daal with a tbsp of ginger-garlic glue, turmeric, 2-3 green chillies, and peppercorns in 8-10 cups of water until it’s cooked totally and the water is assimilated. Mix this blend for a couple of moments.




While grains cook, broil all entire zest in a container and ground into fine powder. (Avoid this progression if utilizing instant flavor blend.)

Fry cut onion in container until brilliant. Work in two bunches. Spread onions on kitchen towel so it gets firm.( Skip this progression if utilizing store brought seared onions.)

In another pot take chicken. Include ⅓ cup of outstanding oil from singed onions. Take ½ cup firmly pressed seared onion and smash it, add to chicken. Likewise include 1 cup water, grounded entire flavors , salt, red stew powder and turmeric. (Try not to include these flavors if utilizing instant zest blend.)

Spread the pot and cook chicken on low warmth for 30 minutes or until delicate.

Warmth the oil in another compartment, include entire flavors, cooked and destroyed sheep, staying green chillies, a large portion of a cup new coriander and saute for 2-3 minutes. Include curd and saute for another 10-15 minutes. Include three cups of water and heat to the point of boiling.


Step 5


Expel pot from oven and keep on floor sit close to it. Continue mixing the wheat clock and hostile to clockwise with wooden spoon or ghotna for in any event 10 minutes until clingy.


Warmth oil in a container and fry garlic, cumin seeds and chillies and mint for brief at that point add to Haleem pot. (Take a trial before hardening and you may modify zest by adding to the treating. )

Embellishment and serve.


About Shahkar Elahi

Shahkar Elahi is a blogger and Youtuber as well. He is working in this field since 2014. He Loves to write about different kind of dishes recipes. He shares Pakistani Asian Dishes recipes with the Food lover.

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