Haleem Recipe

Haleem is very common in Iftar during Ramadan. Though Haleem is available every where through out the year. But there is a special flavor and attraction in Ramadan Hallem. Most of the families in Dhaka and other cities of Bangladesh take Haleem from Local shops. Now a days housewives are trying to make Haleem in Ramadan for Iftar. Haleem recipes are little long but easy to make. This recipe has 2 parts, first recipe for cooking meat and second recipe for making Haleem. Any one can cook meat with or without any recipe. But recipe for haleem is different and must know recipe ingredients and cooking process properly.

To prepare Haleem you need 1.50 kilogram cooked meat (Beef / Mutton / Chicken). You already know how to cook meat; we do not include meat cooking procedure here. Here are recipes for Haleem with cooked meat.


Haleem Ingredients 

1.5 kilogram cooked meatHaleem in gradients
1 cup broken wheat
1 cup maskolai daal
1 cup mug daal
1 cup mousur daal
1.5 cup chana daal
1.5 table spoon ginger
1.5 table spoon garlic
1 table spoon yellow powder (turmeric Powder)
1 cup sliced onion
3 table spoon ghee
Slice ginger
8 red chili
2 table spoon Jira
2.5 table spoon coriander seeds
8 Black cardamom
1.5 table spoon black chili
10 cloves
1 tea spoon fennel
1 tea spoon kalo jira
1 tea spoon fenugreek / methi
1 table spoon jaifal

Haleem ingredients cooking procedure

– Put all daal in deep water for 4-5 hours
– Boil water in a medium pot on burner
– Take out all daal from water and put into boil waterHaleem in Iftar Ramadan
– Boil daal enough to make mush
– Add broken wheat, salt to test, cardamom, turmeric power and cook for a while. Stir after few minutes again and again till you see all ingredients mixed and become thin liquid.
– Add already cooked meat into the mash
– Add all other masala and ghee
Fry onion slices with oil on a fry pan, when onion becomes golden color, takes out then pore little oil and fried onion into Haleem.
– Add sliced ginger, mint, lemon, etc.
– Now your Haleem is ready to serve in iftar. server Hot Haleem.

Haleem recipe is little different due to people choice and availability of Haleem recipe ‘s ingredients in India, Pakistan, Nepal and Middle East. Basically Haleem recipe is suitable with mutton. Indian Haleem recipe is more spicy than Bangladesh and Pakistan.

Jilabi recipe – How to make Jilapi

We should have a sweet fruit or food in iftar. Though Dates is the main sweet fruit for iftar, sometime Jilapi is not bad choice. Jilabi recipe is not ingredient of uncommon stuffs. So you can choose Jilabi recipe to make testy hot jilabi as a sweet food. You family member will enjoy Jilabi recipe and making process. Normally chefs using Jilabi recipe for making Jilabi in the shops only. Jilabi is very sweet and popular hot item for iftar in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan. You can prepare Jilabi in your home with proper recipe.

Ingredients for Jilabi :

Arrange following items to prepare Jilapi
Floure 6 cups, all-purpose flour 3 table spoons, Eating Soda 1 table
spoon, Warm Water, Sugar 2.5 Kilogram, cardamom 8 pices,
Kewra 5 table spoons.


How to make Jilabi ?

Flour mixing and syrup making process for Jilabi

– Mix flour (maida), all purpose flour, soda and warm water in a bowl.

– The liquid of flour and water should be little watery but not so

– Keep the liquid for a while to have better consistency.

– Mix Sugar and water in a pan and boil, Stir to make syrup, Mix cardamoms and kewra with it. Sugar Syrup would be thick.

– Take a 1 sq. ft cotton cloth and make a hole in the middle. Ramadan Receipes Jilabi

Frying process for Jilabi

– Boil oil on a fry pan for a while

– Take flour mixture inside the cloth and Make pipe line to Jilabi design. You can practice few minutes to have desire design of Jilabi or Jilapi.

– Fry until Jilabi becomes red, yellow or golden color.

– Takeout Jilabi from the fry pan into syrup directly.

– Takeout Jilabi within 3-4 seconds from the syrup and keep Jilabi in a plate.

– Serve hot Jilabi in iftar.

Beguni Recipe

Beguni recipe is not ingredient of high price items. But local vegetable businessmen making shortage of eggplant in the market during Ramadan then price go up. But Bengali never thing the price than choice and there is no alternative recipe for beguni as eggplant is the main item of this recipe. Beguni is very popular as an iftar item in the month of Ramanad. Without beguni Muslims of Bangladesh feel uncomfortable in iftar. Beguni recipe is not complicated. Anyone can fry beguni easily in her home. Homemade beguni is better than outside one.

Ingredients for Beguni:

– 2 medium eggplants

– 2 cups plain flourIftar Recipe Beguni fry

– 0.50 table spoon red chili powder

– 2 table spoon beson powder

– Little Salt

– Enough Oil


How to make Beguni :

1. Cut eggplant into slices.

2. Mix flour, red chili powder, beson power, then add salt and water to make liquid. Liquid should be thin to cover eggplant slice

4. Heat oil on a fly pan

5. Cover sliced eggplant with the liquid.

6. Fry eggplant in deep oil till it becomes yellow or golden color.

7. Take out from the pan and Serve hot Beguni in iftar.

Iiftar recipes in Bangladesh

There are many other recipes in iftar of Ramadan. Every Bangle woman can cook any dish without any certified recipe, These recipes may be useful for Bangladeshi living outside like Australia, USA, UK , KSA, Oman, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar Kuwait and other countries of the globe with friends or family. After fasting full day you need special recipes to make delicious food in iftar. Do not consider recipes for rich food but careful about your health in Ramadan.

More iftar recipes are coming
Piaju Recipe
Jhal boot recipe
Alu Puri / Dal puri
Kabab Recipe

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Iftar has evolved over the centuries into a meal of quietness, a humble prayer and good hospitality. No doubt, this originates from the belief that eating with one’s family is more meaningful than eating alone. While we have taken the dish to new heights, the truth is that iftar food is a special form of cooking that brings together different ingredients that work well together.

This means that iftar should not be a routine meal of Ramadan, but rather an occasion when the best of what Ramadan has to offer is allowed to be brought to everyone, to be enjoyed in solitude and privacy. And so, there are many delicious iftar recipes that you can consider to make your dish a memorable one for all those who will be enjoying it.

iftar recipes in bangla

There is a very strange and unusual combination of flavors that is a trademark of most Ramadan dishes. It is not always easy to combine and coordinate the flavors in the right way, and while the fact that all these things can seem confusing, the reward is well worth the effort. Here are some ideas on iftar recipes in bangla how to create interesting combinations of flavors that can really liven up your dish.

Use spices that are known for their fragrance and flavor. These are the aromatic spices, such as cumin seeds, garlic, coriander seeds, and cinnamon. These are all widely available and inexpensive spices, which make them perfect for any iftar recipes in bangla. They bring out the essence of the aroma of the meat in the dish and also add to the richness of the dish.

Use freshly squeezed orange juice for your iftar appetizer or noodles, if you are using pasta. Orange is very rich in flavor and is a perfect complement to the delicate flavors of the meat. Some people also use this citrus fruit in forte pastas, such as penne pasta, which makes it a more unique and interesting combination for iftar recipes in bangla. It is not so expensive and is very versatile, as long as you find an appropriate sauce to go with it.

You may also use some aromatic spices as garnishes. These are za’atar and marjoram, which work very well in adding to the richness of the dish. They are equally simple to use and yet add more flavor to the dish, as the orange glows from within the juice.

Though we find these flavors quite common in many iftar recipes in bangla today, they can still add a bit of complexity to the flavor of your dish. It is important to try and pair your dish with a rich, spicy, or heavy sauce. If your dish is going to be eaten alone, it is preferable to use a light, fluffy sauce, as the noodles or stuffed meat can easily absorb the sauce.

The meal can be much more enjoyable if the best of your favorite dish is made. Ramadan is the best time of the year to make a dish that you enjoy and find truly unique. That is why the best iftar recipes in bangla always involve a combination of ingredients that work well together.

Ramadan dishes

For ramadan dishes Garlic is one of the spice that can be used in forte noodles, for a distinctive flavor. You could also use parsley, basil leaves, and mint. If you are looking for a very subtle and flavorful dish, try adding lemon juice and spices to the noodles. If you are craving a spicy dish, add Cayenne pepper and turmeric powder to the ramadan dish.

Cream sauce is a traditional addition to many ramadan dishes, but it can be substituted with yogurt. This is due to the fact that the two are very similar in taste. You could even use buttermilk, which is slightly thickened milk, as the base of the sauce.

Add some fresh aromatic herbs to your ramadan  dishes, which will be a delightful addition, especially if you add ginger, garlic, mint, and coriander as a garnish. You can choose to use chopped green onions or chopped pomegranate seeds for garnishing, though a nice hand made tahini sauce would be lovely.

Preparing a ramadan dishes are not that difficult at all. With just a few basic ingredients, you can turn out a delicious ramadan dish, which will appeal to all. whether the family is large or small, and even to children and teenagers, if they enjoy the dish as much as you do.