Hyderabadi Haleem Delivery going Hi-Tech in association with http://www.foodmingo.com. Authentic fresh Haleem delivered at your door anywhere in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Official Delivery Partner for Pista House, Shadab and Hotel Sohail. Visit http://www.foodmingo.com or call 040-33163316 or SMS “Haleem” to 56263
Authentic fresh Haleem delivered at your door anywhere in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Official Delivery Partner for Pista House, Shadab and Hotel Sohail. Visit http://www.foodmingo.com or call 040-33163316 or SMS “Haleem” to 56263
www.foodmingo.com has partnered with the best Hyderabadi Haleem outlets including Pista House, Shadab and Hotel Sohail. Customers across Hyderabad can now relish World Famous Haleem at the convenience of their home.
Pista House Haleem delivery has gone Hi-Tech in association with www.foodmingo.com. Drone delivery has been postponed due to Airport authority denial but you can order Haleem in one of the following ways:
- Order Online at http://www.foodmingo.com
- Call to Order at 040-33163316
- Order quickly on IVR System
- SMS “HALEEM” to 56263
- FoodMingo Mobile App
Customer will also have following added benefits:
- More ways to purchase Haleem : Automated Payment; Credit Card/Debit Card/e-banking; Cash on Delivery
- Advance Booking
- Pista House authentic Haleem served fresh at your doorstep
- Track order status via text alerts and emails
As Ramadan is approaching, FoodMingo would like to share the Haleem recipe taken from some of the best outlets in Hyderabad. Now FoodMingo is an official Haleem delivery partner for Pista House, Paradise and Hotel Sohail in Hyderabad. If you want to enjoy Haleem at your home, visit www.foodmingo.com or call at 040-33163316 to get it home delivered from best outlets in Hyderabad
- 500 Gram cracked wheat grain, crushed and soaked in water for overnight (*You can replace Wheat Grain with lentils or use both)
- ½ cup each of channa dhal, urud dhal, mung dhal and barley soaked overnight and drained (optional)
- 1 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 yogurt
- 2 tbsp Ghee
- Salt to taste
- ½ tbsp Black Pepper corn
- 1-2 Cinnamon Stick
- 3-4 Cloves
- 2-3 cardamom
- Fresh coriander leaves and Mint Leaves
- 3-5 Green chilli, finely chopped
- ¼ tbsp Roasted Almonds and Cashew nuts
- Sliced lemon
- Clean and wash the Beef/Lamb meat (Bone/Boneless), add oil, ginger & garlic paste, red chilli powder,turmeric powder & garam masala & mix well,
- Pressure cook the mixture for 3/4 whistles without adding too much of water,until the meat is tender.
- After the mutton mixture is tender, add little water, lemon, green chilli and yogurt, stir it.
- Then leave it for low heat till the thin layer of oil appears on the bottom surface and then let it cool down, the tender meat shed it with your fingers/folk keep aside.
- In a large heavy based pan, add wheat grain, ginger & garlic paste, turmeric powder, salt, 2-3 green chili, 3-4 black pepper corn and mixed lentils (optional) and little water if needed while boiling.
- Bring to the boil and cook until very tender and mushy.Let it blend to thick paste in a blender and keep aside.
- In a large non-stick sauce pan at medium heat,add oil, black pepper corn,cinnamon stick, cardamom, cloves and stir for few seconds and add the meat mixture.
- Add fried onions,coriander leaves & mint Leaves
- Cook for a further 15 minutes.
- Pour the wheat grain paste and mix it very well and stir for 30 minutes at a low heat.
- Serve garnished with green chilli, coriander, mint leaves cashew nuts, fried onions and sliced lemon.
Hyderabadi Haleem is a popular dish in the Indian city, Hyderabad. Haleem is a stew composed of meat, lentil and pounded wheat made into a thick paste. Local traditional spices helped form a unique Hyderabadi Haleem that became popular among the native residents by the 19th-century.
As with Hyderabadi biryani, the preparation of haleem in Hyderabad has become an art form. Though Hyderabadi haleem is the traditional food at weddings, celebrations and other social occasions, it is particularly consumed in the Islamic month of Ramadan during Iftar (the evening meal that breaks the day-long fast), as it provides instant energy and is high in calories. This has made the dish synonymous with Ramadan.
In recognition of its cultural significance and popularity, in 2010 Hyderabadi haleem was granted Geographical Indication status (GIS) by the Indian GIS registry office, making it the first non-vegetarian dish in India to be listed as GIS.
Visit http://www.foodmingo.com or call at 3316-3316 to order Haleem from popular restaurants of Hyderabad.