From Bahubali to Double Decker, here's 5 quirky haleems you should try out

Haleem season is back and it's time to go around the city to try out a few dishes. Hyderabad has quite a few quirky haleem varieties that are mouth-watering and irresistible. To help you try a few out before the season ends, we have put together five quirky haleems you can find in Hyderabad.

By Misha Rajani  Published on  17 April 2022 5:11 AM GMT
From Bahubali to Double Decker, heres 5 quirky haleems you should try out

Hyderabad: Haleem season is back and it's time to go around the city to try out a few dishes. Hyderabad has quite a few quirky haleem varieties that are mouth-watering and irresistible. To help you try a few out before the season ends, we have put together five quirky haleems you can find in Hyderabad.

Nalli Gosht haleem

The newly-launched Nalli Gosht haleem by Cafe 555 is all over the internet. The haleem, which was launched in March 2022, is served with a mutton bone, ghee, dry fruits, and caramelised onions.



Bahubali haleem

Available at Grill 9, the Baahubali haleem has rich toppings of chicken tikka, boiled eggs, pathar-ka-gosht, bone marrow, and is garnished with lemons, coriander, caramelised onions, cashews, fresh cream, and more. Priced at Rs. 999, the king pack serves four people, while the same dish called Supreme haleem serves two.





Double Decker haleem

Nizam's Pride has introduced Hyderabad's first-ever Double Decker haleem. Garnished with ghee, spices, and lemon, the haleem is served in a container that is then placed in a cup containing coke. Hence, the name Double Decker. The cup has a small gap for a straw. Single serving of this mutton double decker haleem costs Rs. 230.





Chicken 65 haleem

Cafe 555's Chicken 65 haleem is served with chicken 65, an egg, ghee, dry fruits, and fried onions. It is priced at Rs. 500 and serves two.





Vegetarian haleem

Pista House has introduced vegetarian haleem made with pigeon pea, urad dal, chana dal, green chili paste, carrot, onions, and potato. It is garnished with dry fruits and caramelised onions.





If you're interested in experimenting and making your own haleem, here's what you'll need:

Ingredients: Chana dal, masoor dal, urad dal, toor dal, broken wheat, barley, basmati rice, and sesame seeds.

Whole spices: Cardamom, bay leaf, peppercorns, cinnamon, shahi jeera, kebab cheeni, jeera, almond, and cashews (Grind them into powder).

Procedure: Saute onion, green chillies, ginger garlic paste, mint, coriander leaves, ghee, lamb or goat pieces with bones, salt, and the ground powder, curd. Put it in the cooker along with water and slow cook for an hour. Remove the lid and mash it till it becomes a paste. Garnish with boiled egg, fried onions, a slice of lemon, and coriander.

Recipe credits: Aishwarya Pai, a food vlogger in Hyderabad. Check out her Instagram page for more recipes.

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