Haleem Masala | Homemade Haleem Masala || How to Make Haleem Masala with step-by-step photos
Haleem Masala is so spicy and meaty taste. You can make it taste better with homemade haleem masala powder spice, homemade Daleem masala powder has a perfect blend of rich and aromatic spices to help you rejoice in the authentic traditional taste of meaty and grainy haleem curry,
Trust me when you will try this daleem spice you will feel quite a different taste, One most important thing that makes all Muslims pay attention to this sensitive matter is that
We should call and write both Haleem instead haleem,
Haleem name of Allah SWT so avoid but I have to write it here along with daleem just because most people aren't aware of it, and lest they get confused to see this name because I wrote here Haleem but I consider it necessary to give awareness to all people as a Muslima. so let's come to know how to make haleem
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Put all roasted ingredients into the grinding jar
Grind them together till turn into a fine powder
Now add all the powdered spices to the roasted spices and mix them together
Homemade haleem masala is ready to use in the recipe
Haleem is so spicy and meaty taste. You can make it taste better with Homemade Haleem Masala
Ingredients of whole spices:
- 100g, dry chilies (Kashmiri/Degi)
- 1 tbsp, whole coriander seeds
- 1 tbsp, black peppercorn
- 1 tbsp, cumin seeds
- 4 pods, black cardamom
- 2 pods, green cardamom
- 5, cloves
- 1/4 tsp, fenugreek
- 3, cinnamon sticks
- 2, bay leaves
- 6-8, allspices (kabab chini)
- 1, nutmeg
- 4 flowers, mace
- 1 tbsp, salt
- 1 tbsp, crushed Red Chili powder
- 1 tsp, turmeric powder
- 1 ½ tsp, citric acid
How to make a Haleem masala?
- Dry roast all whole spices in a pan for 1-2 minutes over low-medium heat
- Put all whole spices in the grinding jar except powdered spices.
- Grind them well until turn into a fine powder
- Take them out from the jar and then add red chili powder Kashmiri chili powder, turmeric powder, salt, and citric acid then mix well.
- Now transfer to the airtight jar/bottle and paste the label with the spice name.
- You can store it for up to 4 weeks
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