Oats - Chicken Hareesa
Harees or Harissa or Daleem is a versatile dish that can be served in any party, get togethers or weddings. It is basically a Middle Eastern dish with boiled, cracked or broken wheat and mutton or chicken. Using oats is a much quicker and healthier version of this. Eating it also differs in many parts. It is eaten on its own as a porridge or is eaten with bread in other countries. It is high in proteins and very nutritious
- Wash and soak all the 3 dals till they are used
- Pressure cook the dals with some amount of water for 2-3 whistle until they are turned totally soft and smooth in texture.
- In a vessel marinate the chicken with all the spices and the curd and keep it aside for about an hour.
- In a cooking pot, add the marinated chicken.
- Now add the oats along with 1 and ½ cup of water.
- Cover and cook until done on a low flame for nearly 20 minutes.
- Let it cool down.
- Shred the cooked chicken, put the dal and shredded chicken together, add ½ a cup of skimmed milk and let it simmer.
- fry the sliced onions in 1 tsp ghee until golden brown.
- Let them cool down a bit.
- Add them to the pot crushing a little with the hands.
- Simmer it on a low flame until a desired thickness is attained. Add hot water accordingly.
- Garnish with fried onions and coriander along with lemon wedges.
- Serve hot with salad.
Masoor dal – 2 tsp
Moong dal – 2 tsp
Chana dal – 2 tsp
Chicken – 50gm
Oats – 2 tbsp
Curd – 1 tbsp
Skimmed Milk – ½ cup
Ginger garlic paste – ½ tsp
Red chilli powder – ½ tsp
Garam masala - ¼ tsp
Turmeric – a pinch
Salt – as per taste
Ghee – 1 tsp
ENERGY – 300 Kcal
PROTEIN – 30 gms
CARBOHYDRATES – 30gms
FATS – 5 gms
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