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Occasion: Any   Total servings: 3-4
Cuisine: Middle Eastern   Calories:
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Best for: All   Preperation time: 3-4 hours
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Hareesa recipe by Angie at
Hareesa is an Arabic dish which is very similar to Haleem and its very mild in spices like chillies etc.

Mutton / Beef (Leg piece {raan})1 kg.
Porridge (daliya) 1/2 kg.
Rice 25 gms.
Mix Daals(moong and masoor) 25 gms.
GingerClick to find more about Ginger 1/2 pao.
Onions 1 large.
TurmericClick to find more about Turmeric Powder 1 chataank.
SaltClick to find more about Salt
1 chataank Garam Masala.
Oil 2 cups.
For garnish
OnionClick to find more about Onion and GingerClick to find more about Ginger and garam masala.

First of all boil porridge, daals and rice (remember not to boil rice together with the porridge as it takes longer to boil the porridge) so first boil porridge and daals after its 3/4 done add rice in the same pan and let them cook until the rice are done..
Take another pan and cook the meat until it gets tender.
Now add rice, porridge mix with the meat in a pan and add gingerClick to find more about ginger, onions ,garlicClick to find more about garlic, red chillies ,turmericClick to find more about turmeric powder,saltClick to find more about salt , garam masala and cook for 30 to 40 mins.
Now take out the meat and shred it with your hands and put it back in the pan... and further cook for 10 mins.
Stirring continiously with a wodden spatula (ghotta lagana).
Now heat oil and fry onions and gingerClick to find more about ginger until golden in color and add this in the hareesa (tarka).

Optional Serving seggestion:make small (very small ) long kebabs (pre cooked ) steamed prefferably.
Add them in your hareesa...5 to 10 mins before serving.
You can also fry small pieces of naan in oil until the pieces become crisp and golden.
The source of this reciepe is my mom hope you all will like it.

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There are 9 comment(s) for this recipe.
by Anonymous 1/5 Star
zabardast.i like it

Tue Mar 06, 2012

by Anonymous No Rating

Mon Jan 09, 2012

by Anonymous 1/5 Star

Sat Nov 26, 2011

by Anonymous No Rating
not nice

Mon Aug 08, 2011

by anila 5/5 Stars

Sun Jul 04, 2010

by Anonymous 5/5 Stars
woooooooooooooooooow i wii try this

Sun Jul 04, 2010

by Anonymous 1/5 Star
is this hareesa or a kind of kichriii???????

Sat Jun 19, 2010

by Anonymous No Rating
yaar tell me one thing where the red daal will use???after eating the hareesa?????????????????????????????

Sat Jun 19, 2010

by Anonymous 1/5 Star
a you this is not hareesa if you dont no the recipe then dont send

Sun Aug 16, 2009

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