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Hareesa

Hareesa Recipe in Urdu & English For all you modern foodies, you can call Hareesa recipe the sister of Haleem cause it looks very much like it but there is a great deal of difference between the two. This thick and rich Pakistani recipe is a sweetheart of denizens of Lahore and there are hundreds of eateries in Lahore alone that serve it sizzling hot. There are many traditional cooking recipes on the menu of soooperchef.pk like the chicken Nihari, Kashmiri pulao, Sindhi biryani, chicken chapli kabab, Lahori Murgh Chanay, kabab masala, chicken Nawabi handi, achar gosht, Punjabi Yakhni pulao, palak paneer and chicken shami kabab. The original name of Hareesa is “Harees” which is the derivation from an Arabic verb translating as squash or mash. This recipe is originally from the Saudi Arabian desert which is based on coarsely ground wheat which is cooked overnight and then simmered in water along with meat and butter. In some cases, fat from the tail of a sheep is also used. Hareesa is also said to be the forerunner of Haleem which was also thought to be enjoyed by the Prophet Muhammad himself. It is also documented in a book that is as old as the tenth century. The book in which harees is documented is known as Kitab al Tabikh by the writer Ibn Sayyar Al Warraq. It is served hot and traditional garnishes for Hareesa are cardamom, sugar, and clarified butter. If you want to learn how to prepare this delectable Hareesa recipe in Urdu then log on to sooperchef where you can find the complete recipe and preparation method