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Love Me: http://goo.gl/BZdrfB Learn to make Saudi Hareesa, a healthy sweet grinded meat & wheat recipe drizzled with sugar or honey. The only video on YouTube that explains it clearly. It originates from Yemen and has migrated to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Harisa is popular in the Holy Month of Ramadan or served as a heavy breakfast meal. It is enjoyed by many people in the Kingdom. It’s written in many different ways such as Harisa, Haresa, or Hareessa, A healthy recipe in the middle east. هريسة هريسه السعوديه وصفه شعبيه من طبخ وصفات و مطبخ سعودي. طبخ سهل نت بنت سعوديه في قناة طبخ اكل سعودي
HAREESA RECIPE هريسة وصفه الهريسه
2 PCS CINNAMON STICKS
5 PCS CLOVES
4 PCS CARDAMON PODS
1 TSP CUMIN SEEDS
500G LAMB W/ BONES
2 CUPS SOKED WHEAT GRAINS
MELTED GHEE OIL
GRINDED SUGAR OR HONEY
1) In a pot with 3 liters water on high heat, add spices strainer (with cinnamon, cardamom pods, cumin seeds, and cloves), lamb meat with bones, and cook for 1 hour.
2) Remove spice strainer and bones from meat.
3) Add 2 cups of soaked wheat grains and cook for 2 hours. However, keep checking every 15 minutes to avoid the wheat from sticking.
4) Keep smashing wheat with a spoon till smooth. If not smooth, use hand blender to make smooth.
5) Serve hot in a bowl, drizzle ghee oil on top, and sprinkle either fine sugar or honey according to taste.
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