haleem

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Noun[edit]

haleem (uncountable)

  1. A stew-like dish traditionally consisting of wheat, mutton, spices, and other ingredients.
    • 2006 September 22, Mike Sula, “How to Eat Ethnic”, Chicago Reader:
      The 24-hour Kababish (939 N. Orleans, 312-642-8622) has a few booths set before a steaming buffet of hearty north Indian and Pakistani dishes, notably a thick, stewy, slow-cooked haleem made from wheat, mutton, lentils, and spice; grilled charga chicken sprinkled with garam masala; and goat curry.