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Pakistani Haleem is a bewildering comfort sustenance with a supporting mix of grains, lentils, and meat. I’ve made it direct with the Instant Pot so you don’t have to cook for the duration of the day, so in the occasion that you’ve anytime pondered how to make haleem in an Instant Pot or Pressure cooker, let me show you a one-advance technique to make this.



shutterstock_451896634Haleem is made of a mix of grains and lentils and some sort of meat–every now and again sheep or chicken. This dish is moderate cooked for seven to eight hours, to totally isolate the meat and grains, achieving a paste like consistency.

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Pakistani Haleem is a shocking comfort sustenance with a continuing mix of grains, lentils, and meat. I’ve made it fundamental with the Instant Pot so you don’t have to cook for the duration of the day, so if you’ve anytime contemplated how to make haleem in an Instant Pot or Pressure cooker, let me show you a one-advance strategy to make this.

Pakistani Haleem

Haleem is made of a mix of grains and lentils and some kind of meat–routinely sheep or chicken. This dish is moderate cooked for seven to eight hours, to totally isolate the meat and grains, realizing a paste like consistency.

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Did I basically lose you when I said Paste-like? I understand I rushed to eat or endeavor this dish because of the paste like part, yet I as of now regret my aversion since it is definitely not a paste it’s a spoonful of heavenliness. The various grains, meats and flavors essentially get together impeccably.

This is in like manner an amazingly continuing dish, overflowing with complex starches and protein. It is oftentimes made for Iftar during the significant lot of Ramadan when the solid snappy from sunup to nightfall. Breaking that long speedy with a dish of rib-staying haleem is an incredible thing to long progress to.

This equation makes an uncommon dish for Ramadan! You can find logically phenomenal Instant Pot Ramadan designs in my 15 Instant Pot Ramadan Recipes post.



download (3)Pakistani Haleem is ordinarily a dish that people essentially set out to cook for the duration of the day. You have to cook it low and moderate and really, it takes ALL DAY. I think we all in all acknowledge I don’t have the resilience to cook anything for the duration of the day for a lone dish. The Instant Pot has destroyed me.

I set out to find the perfect Instant Pot recipe for Pakistani Haleem and I finally have it down. This turns out a comparable faultless, smooth consistency as when you make it with the standard method, short the dreary blending and long cook times.

My prerequisite for adequacy in all things has made this recipe lively so you can value this comfort sustenance at whatever point.

On the off chance that you’re scanning for progressively exceptional Pakistani dishes, my Pakistani Chicken Karahi is stunning!


If you live almost an Indian market, you may find a premade mix of split wheat berries and lentils named Haleem mix (not Haleem Masala which is a get-up-and-go mix in a little cardboard box). You can use this rather than the wheatberries and lentils underneath. If not, look for broke wheat like this to make up your own mix of lentils and wheat berries.

You can offset the supper with a wonderful Instant Pot Pakistani Zarda for dessert.

In like manner, my Instant Pot Beef Stroganoff is another extraordinary comfort sustenance equation you can make in your Instant Pot that you’re sure to worship.


Lentils and Rice to Boil Together

1/4 cup chana dal yellow split peas

1/4 cup pound dal split urad lentils

2 tbsp masoor dal red lentils

2 tbsp split moong dal yellow lentils

2 tbsp basmati rice

Whole Spices

2-3 inlet leaves

5-6 cloves

1 dull cardamom

2-3 green cardamom cases

2-3 inch cinnamon stick

1 tsp cumin seeds

For the Beef Preparation


haleem-1/4 cup unprejudiced oil, for instance, grapeseed or canola

2 tbsp ghee

whole seasons (recorded beforehand)

1 medium to tremendous onion finely severed

6 cloves garlic

3/4 inch piece ginger

1 lb cheeseburger (I’ve used shank and sirloin) cut into 1 – 1 ½ inch strong shapes

2 little to medium tomatoes cut

1-2 green bean stew peppers (I use Serrano) hacked

2 tbsp whole milk yogurt

2 tsp salt or to taste

2 tsp red bean stew pieces or to taste

3/4 tsp turmeric powder

1 tbsp haleem masala powder

For the Slow Cooker

2 tbsp moved oats

2 cups staying stock from cooking the meat

1/2 tsp normally ground dim pepper optional

crush garam masala optional

For the Tadka (Tempering)

1 little or half medium onion pitifully cut

2 tbsp ghee or margarine

2 tbsp grapeseed, canola, or other fair oil


cilantro cut

ginger julienned

green bean stew peppers hacked

lemons cut into wedges

crisp burned onions (privately gained)



Haleem(2)Join all of the lentils and rice in a medium-evaluated bowl and burden with warm water. Use your hand to carefully spin the grains around until the water gets diminish. Tip the bowl to take out the excess water and repeat until the water runs clear. Give these sprinkle access water for an hour and a while later strain.

In an enormous pot, incorporate the focused on lentils and 6 cups of water. Warmth to the point of bubbling over high warmth, by then empty the foam and lower the glow to a stew. Spread and cook for an hour. Guarantee the chana dal (yellow split peas) has completely cooked, as it takes the longest. Oust from warmth and set aside to cool. Strain using a colander.

Warmth oil and ghee in a tremendous pot over medium-high warmth. Incorporate the whole flavors and onions and sauté until daintily splendid, around 8-10 minutes. Incorporate the garlic and ginger and sauté for about a minute until the unrefined smell disappears and the onions have created in splendid concealing. Include the meat and keep sauté until the shade of the meat changes.

Incorporate the rest of the fixings recorded under meat (from the tomatoes to the haleem masala powder) and mix well. Incorporate 4 cups of water and raise the glow to warmth to the point of bubbling. Lower the glow to medium, spread and stew until the meat is cooked, around 1/2 hours in a standard pot. Keep checking this every so often to ensure the meat doesn’t cling to the base of the skillet. Incorporate more water, if fundamental.

At the point when the meat is fragile, place a gigantic bowl under a strainer and strain with the objective that the meat and stock detached. Use a fork to remove the burger pieces and put them in a sheltered spot. On the off chance that you’re using bone-in meat, separate the meat from bone and discard the bones.


Discard any gigantic whole flavors (the bay leaves, cloves, cinnamon stick, and cardamoms) from the strainer and incorporate the rest of additional onion/tomato masala to the meat. (It’s okay if some whole flavors remain in there. You’ll see them later all the while.) Reserve the stock water (it will associate with 2 cups. If not, add water to make it 2 cups).

Line your moderate cooker with a moderate cooker liner (optional). In a sustenance processor, blend the lentils and grains until smooth. Move this mix to the moderate cooker. In a comparable sustenance processor, use the beat ability to hack the meat so it is decimated at this point not thoroughly smooth and delicate like the lentils and rice. You need the pieces gone at this point you have to keep up the annihilated surface (or strands of the meat) anyway much as could sensibly be normal.

Move this meat mix to the moderate cooker. By then incorporate the oat and 2 cups of the stock and mix well. Spread and cook on low for 6 hours. By then oust it from the glow and license to cool until you can refrigerate it. Refrigerate medium-term.

The next day, spread and cook on low again for 5-6 hours (incorporate a pinch of water in the occasion that you’d like a progressively thin haleem). Open the top, turn the glow setting to high, and taste to change seasoning. Blend in the normally part dull pepper and garam masala, if using. License the haleem to cook, mixing now and again, with the top open for around 30 minutes or until the perfect surface is cultivated.

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Detect the haleem in your serving bowl. I’ve found the temperature of the haleem isn’t unreasonably hot in the moderate cooker so you can similarly move it to a standard holder and raise the glow in case you’d like.


Warmth oil and ghee a little over medium warmth. Incorporate the onions and saute, mixing now and again, until splendid dim shaded. You’ll have to blend even more carefully near the end since you need them the significant dim hued concealing anyway not devoured.

Pour the tadka over the haleem and mix. Upgrade as needed with the improving and present with all the all the more adorning as an idea in retrospect.

About Fiaz Amir

Fiaz Amir is a professional Blogger and a cook as well. He is working in Food Factory as Head Cook since 2015. I love to read and write about Food Recipes. I always try latest New dishes which can be easily made at Home.

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