Hyderabad is known for many things. Specially for very tasty food. Specailly in this Holy Ramadan Season Hyderabadi Haleem Will be Available Many Places All Over Hyderabad
Lets See How Haleem Became Famous In Hyderabad
Haleem is a stew composed of meat, lentils and pounded wheat made into a thick paste. It is originally an Arabic dish and was introduced to the Hyderabad Stateby the Arab people during the rule of the Nizams. Local spices helped to a unique Hyderabadi haleem that became popular among the native Muslims by the 19th-century.
Hyderabadi Haleem Is very Famous and its been transporting to all over countries.
Traditionally, Hyderabadi haleem is cooked on a low flame of firewood for up to 12 hours in a bhatti (a cauldron covered with a brick and mud kiln). One or two people are required to stir it continuously with wooden paddles throughout its preparation. For home-made Hyderabadi haleem, a Ghotni (a wooden hand masher) is used to stir it until it reaches a sticky-smooth consistency, similar to mashed mince.(Source Wikipedia)
The ingredients include meat (either goat meat, beef or chicken); pounded wheat; ghee—(milk fat rendered from butter, also called clarified butter); milk; lentils; ginger and garlic paste; turmeric; spices such as cumin seeds, caraway seeds (shah zeera),cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, black pepper, saffron, jaggery, natural gum, allspice(kabab cheeni); and dry fruits such as pistachio, cashew, fig and almond. It is served hot topped with a ghee-based gravy, pieces oflime, chopped coriander, sliced boiled egg and fried onions as garnish (Source Wikipedia)
In this Festival Season Let’s All enjoy the delicious Haleem, it’s also available in veg thanks to Pista house.