Hareesa Recipe

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Hareesa is a Pakistani dish made with meat, porridge, pulses, and spices. It belongs to the family of Haleem and is popular dish for festival season. This Ramadan you can try our e Read More

Hareesa is a Pakistani dish made with meat, porridge, pulses, and spices. It belongs to the family of Haleem and is popular dish for festival season. This Ramadan you can try our easy to make Hareesa recipe for Iftar dinner. You can make it for Dawat as well. Sprinkle some lemon and chaat masala before serving. It can be served with Roti/ Naan or even can be enjoyed with a spoon. Hide

INGREDIENTS

Calf meat___ half kg

Wheat porridge___ 250 grams

Onion___ 1 bundle

Salt, pepper___to taste

Cumin seed___ as required

Large cardamon___ as required

Rice___ 250 grams

Split pulse of mung___ 250 grams

Garlic___ 10 cloves

Seasoning___ as required

Cinnamon___ a required

Black pepper___ as required

METHOD

Add all the things into a large earthen pot and add water to such extent that all the grains and meat becomes tender.
Fire should be low and do not stirr too much. Leave to heat for 2 hours.
When all the things becomes soft then grind it with the help of wooden
spoon hareesa is ready.
While serving chop onion into fine pieces and red it in ghee and spread over it.
Except of this garnishing add
chopped green chili and green coriander in it.
Very delicious hareesa is ready.

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REVIEWS & DISCUSSIONS

The taste of hareesa is just like the haleem but haleem is much spicy than hareesa, although it is an energetic dish which is famous in asian countries.
By: kashaf, Form: khi, on 18 Jun, 2015
I made Hareesa in Moharam month last year, it is a kashmiri dish and it is very similar to haleem and also taste like Haleem.
By: Adeeb, Form: Karachi, on 11 Jun, 2015