Arabian Mutton Hareesa | Easy Healthy Original Al Harees recipe

Arabian Hareesa is easy to make really Healthy recipe. It is also known as Al Harees in Arabic. It has different versions in different countries. In Pakistan Lahori Hareesa is famous but we are starting our variety with original Arabian Mutton Hareesa recipe. Enjoy.

Preparation time: 10 mins
Cooking time: 60 mins


Whole wheat - 2 cups - Sabit gandum
Mutton meat - 1 kg - Bakra gosht
Black pepper powder - Half tea spoon- Kali mirch powder
Salt - 1 tbsp - Namak
Whole black pepper - 12 pcs - Sabit Kali mirch
Cinnamon - 2 pcs - Daar cheeni
Garlic cloves - 7 pcs - Lehsan k javai
Olive oil - As required - Zaitoon ka tael
Water - As required - Pani

Making Mutton Hareesa

First soak wheat in water over night.

Take a pressure cooker and add Mutton meat, Salt, cinnamon, garlic cloves and 1 liter water in it. Mix them well and then Steam / Pressure cook / boil for 10 minutes. The time can be different depending on quality of your meat. After that check if your meat is well cooked.

Now separate bones from the meat. After that tear out fibers (like thread) of each piece. If meat is hot you can do that with fork otherwise let it cool down and use your hand to do it.

Now user strainer to strain soup in which you boiled the meat and then put it back in pressure cooker along with whole wheat. Also add boiled meat in it along with 2 liter water and boil / pressure cook for 25 minutes. After that check if your wheat is well cooked, if it is not then pressure cook it for some more time until it is well cooked.

Now if wheat is ready then stir it until the water gets dry and ingredients mix up well. After that check the seasoning and if you need more salt add it along with black pepper powder and mix it well for 15 to 20 mins.

Now its time to blend it. If you have a Hand blender then you can use it otherwise you can blend it in blender too. Due to thickness, sometimes blender do not work properly. Here you can add 2 to 3 tbsp Olive oil to make it work.

After that dish out and enjoy. Do not forget to put olive oil on your mutton hareesa when serving. It tastes more delicious that way. Enjoy.

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