With Ramadan on its way, it's time to dig into a piping-hot bowl of haleem. It is said that once you have tasted a delicious haleem, you will never be able to forget it. Its roots can be found in Arabia, where it is known as harees. The savoury Mughlai mutton-lentil wheat stew is a filling meal in and of itself. The mixture is as wholesome as it comes because it was slow-cooked with love and labour.
With Eid-ul-Azha now over, you should have a refrigerator full of meat for you to cook up a storm. And here are the perfect recipes to accompany you in said cooking adventure.
‘Shining in my Kitchen’ was Star Lifestyle’s recipe competition for the year 2022 where we asked our valued readers to send their best meat recipes ahead of Eid ul Adha. Selecting the best recipes from a host of entries is never easy. Kazria Kayes, Sheulee Akter, and Arshia Idris Talha have shone their way through the strenuous selection process and emerged as winners. So try out these top recipe entries this festive season.
Traders stopped selling beef and mutton in Sylhet city this morning for an indefinite period. They are demanding a hike in meat prices set by Sylhet City Corporation.
The word 'kebab' is derived from an Arabic word 'cabob' which means 'to burn or char'. Most of the famous kebabs like galouti, shami, and kakori originated in the royal kitchens.
This dish is for those who relish mildly spiced preparations. Perfected at the Mughal kitchen, it is still highly regarded as a celebration food.