Friday, May 4, 2018


With Ramadaan just around the corner, many of our lovelies on the Watalotwegot group have been busy preparing an array of dishes that their family enjoy.  Shireen Is one such lady, And she has shared her picture of the EASY HALEEM that she loves whipping up for her family.  Haleem is a thick soup/broth that usually has added protein in the form of lamb/chicken, and made with a variety of lentils or a soup mix of lentils/barley.

This recipe however, does not contain the lentils/soup mix, and Shireen reckons it EASY to prepare, and most importantly, it doesn't cause indigestion, tummy burns or reflux...YAYYYY, now that's win. SHUKRAN for sharing this recipe with our readers Shireen.💕

(Kindly Shared on by Shireen Sathar Suleman - WATALOTWEGOT)

1 ½ cup jungle oats (OATS)
6 Weetbix (Breakfast Cereal Biscuit)
2 ½ litres water
2 teaspoon salt

Boil together for 20-30 minutes. Remove from stove and allow to cool. Liquidize.

1 cup chicken fillet cubed

3 Tablespoon ghee

1 medium onion grated

1 ½ teaspoon ginger garlic paste

1 ½ teaspoon ground green chillies

½ teaspoon arad (Turmeric Powder)

1 teaspoon salt

1 cup water

Braise onions in ghee. Add chicken and rest of spices, add 1 cup water and cook till chicken is tender. Then add liquidized Weetbix/Oats mixture.

If required, add a cup or more of water.

Make a vagaar (tempering) :- 1 Tablespoon ghee, ½ onion sliced, 3 whole green chillies, 1 teaspoon Cumin Seeds. Lastly add chopped up Dhania(Coriander leaves).

EASY HALEEM - Perfect for anytime of the Year