Thursday, October 18, 2012

Hyderabadi Haleem Quick Version-II






 Today am posting Second Version Of  Hyderabadi style Haleem in a Quick,
 Simple and Easy version for Beginners and  for Haleem Lovers 
With Quaker Oats (Quick Cooking)
Here is Link with the Authentic Hyderabadi Haleem Style 
made of cracked wheat grain,meat ,Lentils and spices.
Hope You will enjoy it :)


Ingredients

3 Cups Quaker Oats
1/2 kg beef or lamb ( bone/boneless) 
2 onions  (for garnish)
1 cup oil 
1 tbsp red chilli powder 
1 tsp turmeric 
2 tbsp ginger and garlic paste 
1 tbsp Garam Masala 
1 ½  cup yoghurt
2 tbsp Ghee

Salt to taste 
3-4 Black Pepper corn
1-2 Cinnamon Stick
3-4 Cloves
2-3 cardamom

Seasoning & Garnish 

Fry Onions fresh coriander leaves  and Mint Leaves (Finely chopped). 
3-4 Green chilli (finely chopped)
 Roasted Almond and Cashew nuts (optional)
Sliced lemon

Method:

Clean and wash the Beef/Lamb meat (Bone/Boneless), ginger and garlic paste,red chilli powder,turmeric powder,cinnamon stick,cloves,cardamom& gram Masala  mix well,pressure cook the mixture for 3/4 whistles without adding too much of water,until the meat is tender.

Then again Add little water,lemon,green chilli and yoghurt mix it well and pressure cook the mixture for 3 whistles.
Let it cool down  the tender meat shed it with your fingers/Folk keep aside.

Meanwhile,
In a large saucepan at medium heat,add 2 cups of oil.
Add Onions and fry to golden brown,take out as these are used for garnishing.

Then
 In a large heavy based pan, at medium heat,  add  water bring to boil and add  Quaker oats , ginger and Garlic paste,turmeric powder,salt, 2-3 Green chilli, Black pepper corn and and little water if need .

Bring to the boil and cook  until very tender and mushy.Pour the meat paste and mix it very well and stir for 30 minutes at a low heat.
Serve garnished with , Ghee,green chilli  coriander,mint leaves, Roasted almond, cashew nuts,fried onions and sliced lemon.


17 comments:

  1. did u used quick oats or other one? I used to make this with dalia and soya granules. never tried with oats.

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    1. I have used Quaker Quick Oats, it's very easy to prepare and tastes like Haleem it will very smooth and bit different.

      I usually cook Authentic Haleem
      (cracked wheat grain,meat ,Lentils and spices)only in the Dawath (Party) :)
      Do try it out let me know how it came out.

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  2. wow thx for making it easy....i love haleem

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  3. delicious, healthy and quick....luvd it.

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  4. This is new n interesting recipe to me... Love it.. First time here n loved ur space.. Whenu get time do visit mine
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    1. Thank you Akila and yeah sure would love visit your Blog :)

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  5. My husband is a great fan of haleem... I am gonna try this... Happy to follow u... Do visit me when u find time

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  6. this is rally nice and new recipe to know...Glad to follow you and tq for linking it to the event.....

    Ezcookbook

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  7. Haleem using oats? Wow! Kidos...... I've had haleem when my friend hydrebad prepared it for me. i just loved the dish. Should try this version...

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    1. Yeah :) it's very easy to prepare and my kids loves its, I make it twice a week and my husband and my kids loves it, as Oats are very dietary fibre and excellent source of protein.

      I usually cook Authentic Haleem
      (cracked wheat grain,meat ,Lentils and spices)in the Dawath (Party) :)

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  8. it looks great...you garnished it so beautifully!!!

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  9. hey ... !the recipie is gr8 ... my brother loves haleem , especially oats haleem but i prefer using powdered oats .. so i grind the oats first n thn boil it .. it turns out to b vry delicious and it cooks much faster... ur recipie really helped !! thank u :)

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  10. where did u add cinnamon sticks, cardamom n cloves???

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    1. Thanks Affaf for letting know about missing Ingredients, update :)

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  11. For about how many people can eat in this amount of ingredients? ???

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    1. 3 people approximately and it still depends on the people eating :)

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