Hyderabadi Haleem - Home made
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Aug 4, 2012 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Non Veg-Main Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Lamb Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Haleem is one of the most popular dishes available all over the streets, food stalls, restaurants etc. in the city of Hyderabad during the Islamic month of Ramadan. Hyderabadi Haleem is a type of stew consists of meat, lentils and pounded wheat which is cooked on slow heat for long hours to make a thick porridge like paste. This is served with ghee, browned onions, dash of lime juice and garnished with coriander leaves.

Recipe of Hyderabadi Haleem - Home made

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Cinnamon 3 Numbers
Cadodom 1 Teaspoons
Pepper Corn 2 Tablespoons
Channa Dal
Urad Dal
Red Gram
Wheat Whole 250 Grams
Mutton 1000 Grams
Cloves 1 Tablespoons
Kabob Chinni 2 Tablespoons
Barely

Directions

  1. Clean and marinate mutton with half of ground paste of ginger, garlic, green chillies and salt for 1 hour. Pressure cook the soaked wheat and marinated meat for about 45 minutes. 
  2. Mince and grind to a fine paste. In a Pan heat oil, add the finely sliced onions, fry till brown, add the garam masala. Add the ground paste and keep stirring on slow flame, till the mixture leaves the sides of the pan.
  3.  Serve hot, with lime wedges
Posted Aug 4, 2012

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4 Comments

Satish Jun 19, 2013
Hi all,
The video, as always is excellent.
However, the ingredient quantities mentioned here are off.
I managed to use a guesstimate and still make some kickass Haleem.

Lalitha Nov 21, 2012
Hi Sanjay

Your receipe is awesome but i had a doubt that for 500gms of mutton how much quantity of each lentil and rose petals should be added?please let me know as early as possible

Thank you

aliya Aug 14, 2012
Thanks sanjay this is the much awaited video i ahd been waitng for almost 5yrs now thank u so much i have been using ur reciepes since a long time now n the reciepe for haleen u made it simple which i always miss hyderabad during ramadan time i did try it its superb thanks again

Mohammed Khalid Aug 4, 2012
I have been watching vah re vah since last 3 years and it is getting better and better. I love my brother Sanjay Thumma and I am from the same place as he. He is the best ever cook I have ever watched. Even if the dish is not so good but the way he cooks and presents makes him the dish taste excellent. I love cooking and fully agree with him that when you cook you should cook with your mind and heart in. One more thing I have practically experienced, I start cooking when I am very hungry as it puts an extra effort to cook the dish and tastes better. I hope Sanjay agrees with me.
May god guide and bless Sanjay Thumma.
Regarding the hyderabadi haleem, it was one of the best of his preparations.

Keep healthy and continue your good & noble work.

My Best Regards
Khalid

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