Mutton Haleem !!! Haleem is something which is very regular during Ramadan. To be honest my parents can’t finish their Iftar without haleem. It has been such a dish. Perfectly balanced of flavours containing different types of lentils and meat. Most of the people prefer beef Haleem. But I love the Mutton Haleem along with Paya ( leg bones) as it has some jelly like fat attached to it. It adds flavour to the dish. Have it with some fried onions, green chilliest,lime and some tamarind sauce. . One of my favourite places for Haleem would be from @tarkainsta and Decent. What’s yours ?? . . . . . . . Dm me for the recipe of Homemade Haleem if you want !!!! . . Let’s fight this together together staying at home maintaining hygiene and praying as much as we can. Eat Halal and Stay Home 😊 . . . #food #foodporn #foodphotography #foodie #foods #foody #foodgasm #foody #foodography #foodstagram #foodies #foodblogger #food52 #foodtruck #foodlover #foodheaven #foodstylist #foodaholic #foodbeast #foodoftheday #foodpassion #likeforlikes #likeforfollow #like4likes #followforfollowback #quarantine #mutton #haleem #bbqwings #instagram #instafood.

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