Thursday, April 1, 2010


Mutton/Chicken: 1 kg
Broken Wheat: ½ kg
Chana Dal: ¼ kg
Urad Dal : ¼ kg
Masoor Dal: 100 gm
Moong Dal: 100 gm
Rice: 100 gm
Onion Paste: 1 bowl
Ginger: 100 gm
Garlic: 100 gm
Turmeric: ½ teaspoon
Coriander powder: 1 ½ tsp
Red chilli powder: 2 tsp
Clove: 5 pieces, cardamom :3 nos, cinnamon: 3
Curd: ¼ litre
Tomato: 1/4kg (about 5)
Green Chilli, Green Coriander & Mint Leaves: to taste
Salt: to taste
Oil: ¼ kg
Lemon: 2
Ghee: 100gm


Wash the broken wheat and cook it well in a cooker.
Wash the chana dal and soak it for half an hour.
Wash all the other pulses & rice and cook them well with the chana dal.
Heat the oil.
Add cardamom, cloves and cinnamon.
Add some finely sliced onions and sauté until golden brown.
Add the onion, ginger and garlic paste to the oil and sauté it well.
Add salt, red chilli, turmeric and coriander powder.
Add meat to it and fry well .
Add chopped tomatoes and stir it well.
Add curds.
Simmer till the meat is well cooked.
Mix the cooked pulses & broken wheat and grind them well.
Mix this to the yakhni (cooked meat) and cook it well.
Keep it on dum.
Cut green chilli and green coriander finely.
Cut the lemon into four pieces.
Garnish Haleem with lemon, fried onions, chopped coriander, ghee and green chillies.
Serve hot .

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