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Haleem with Sliced Mutton – easy to cook

  • Servings: 2
  • Preparation time: 10 minutes.
  • Frying time: 10 minutes.
  • Boiling time: 20 minutes
  • Seasoning/ Tadka time: 10-12 minutes.
  • Total time: 52 minutes.

Haleem is one of the popular delicacies prepared in restaurants during Ramadan in Mumbai, Masjid area for “Roza aftar”; it is an Arabic dish popular in Middle East and Indian subcontinent.

It is a time taking recipe; cooking time of mutton is high, if you use mutton slices, cooking time drastically gets reduced. You will get the same flavor in less time; try it and tell me. Yes, delicious Haleem can be prepared in less time; once you try, you will be hooked for lifetime.

It is protein rich food, loaded with nutrients, increase the energy levels and help to build muscles. It can be paired with Naan or any type of bread or steamed rice.

It can be stored in refrigerator for 3-4 days and in freezer for 3-4 weeks.

Ingredients:

For cooking mutton:

  1. Mutton slices: 100 gm
  2. Turmeric powder: ½ teaspoon
  3. Chili powder: ½ teaspoon
  4. Garlic paste: ½ teaspoon

For cooking dal and Dalia:

  1. Dalia (Broken wheat): 50 gm.
  2. Urad dal (split black lentil): 30 gm.
  3. Chana dal (Split Bengal gram lentil): 20 gm.
  4.  Bay leaves: 1 no.

Seasoning/ Tadka:

  1. Ghee (clarified butter)/Mustard oil: 100 gm.
  2. Onion: 2 no. (Medium size)
  3. Ginger: 3” piece
  4. Garlic paste: ½ teaspoon
  5. Black cumin: ½ teaspoon
  6. Cumin: 1 teaspoon
  7. Black cardamom: 1 no.
  8. Cloves: 4 no.
  9. Cinnamon; 2” piece
  10. Garlic shoot: (optional)
  11. Mint leaves: 20 gm.
  12. Green chili: 3-4 no.
  13. Butter: (optional)
  14. Garam masala powder: 1 teaspoon
  15.  For garnishing:
  16. Ginger Julian: 1 teaspoon
  17. Fried onion: 1 no.
  18. Lemon wedges: 2-3 no.
  19. Mint leaves: 3-4 no.

Preparation:

  1. Put mutton slices, garlic paste, turmeric powder and chili powder along with 400 ml of water in a cooker in high flame, Bring to full cooking pressure, reduce to low flame and cook for 15-20 minutes, allow cooker to cool and open. Keep aside.
  2. Boil both kinds of dal and Dalia with salt, turmeric powder, chili power and bay leaf in the pressure cooker on high flame; bring to full cooking pressure, reduce to low flame and cook for couple of minutes, allow cooker to cool and open. Keep aside.
  3. Chop one onion into fine slices longitudinally, deep fry onion slices into ghee until it gets golden brown in color, keep aside to garnish the ‘Haleem’
  4. Make Julian from ginger, keep aside.
  5. Slit green chili, keep aside.
  6. Chop another onion and garlic shoot into small pieces, keep aside.

Method:

  1. In a heavy bottom wok or non stick fry pan heat ghee; put clove, cumin, black cumin, cinnamon and cardamom, sputter for few seconds, and add onion, fry on high flame till onion gets translucent.
  2. Add garlic shoot, green chili and garlic paste; fry for couple of minutes, add boiled mutton slices, continue to fry on medium flame for couple of minutes.
  3. Add cooked dal and Dalia add water for desired consistency; add Garam masala powder, chopped mint leaves and ginger Julian. Just boil once; put off the flame. It is ready to transfer into serving bowl.

Garnishing:

  1. Add pat of butter; fried onion, ginger Julian, lemon and mint leaves.
  2. It is ready to be served at the time of lunch or dinner, along with chapatti and rice.
Haleem with Sliced Mutton - easy to cook
Haleem with Sliced Mutton – easy to cook
Haleem with Sliced Mutton - easy to cook
Haleem with Sliced Mutton – easy to cook
Ingredients
Ingredients
mutton slices, garlic paste, turmeric powder and chili powder
mutton slices, garlic paste, turmeric powder and chili powder
pressure cookdal and Dalia with salt, turmeric powder, chili power and bay leaf
pressure cookdal and Dalia with salt, turmeric powder, chili power and bay leaf

pressure cooked dal and Dalia
pressure cooked dal and Dalia
pressure cooked ingredients
pressure cooked ingredients
Seasoning/ Tadka
Seasoning/ Tadka
add onion
add onion
Add garlic shoot, green chili and garlic paste
Add garlic shoot, green chili and garlic paste
Add garlic shoot, green chili and garlic paste
Add garlic shoot, green chili and garlic paste
add boiled mutton slices
add boiled mutton slices
Add cooked dal and Dalia
Add cooked dal and Dalia
Add cooked dal and Dalia
Add cooked dal and Dalia
add Garam masala powder, chopped mint leaves and ginger Julian.
add Garam masala powder, chopped mint leaves and ginger Julian.
Add pat of butter
Add pat of butter
Add pat of butter; fried onion, ginger Julian, lemon and mint leaves
Add pat of butter; fried onion, ginger Julian, lemon and mint leaves
Haleem with Sliced Mutton - easy to cook
Haleem with Sliced Mutton – easy to cook
Haleem with Sliced Mutton - easy to cook
Haleem with Sliced Mutton – easy to cook

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