No Hyderabadi Haleem for this year’s Ramzan


No Hyderabadi Haleem for this year’s Ramzan

Ramzan is finally here, and this would mean that the city of Hyderabad would be dishing out some of the most glorious foods throughout the month. But this time, it is different. The famous Hyderabadi Haleem will have to be skipped during Ramzan festivities. According to reports, the Haleem Makers’ Association, in association with the Twin Cities Hotel Owners Association, has decided to not prepare the famous dish this time. This means that more than 6000 restaurants and eateries will not be serving or delivering
haleem to residents in the city.

The decision has been made in view of the lockdown, and the current pandemic the world is affected by. It is being said that for the first time in 50 years, the eateries selling
haleem aren’t going to do so during the holy month of Ramzan.

No Hyderabadi Haleem for this year’s Ramzan

The incredible Hyderbadi Haleem is one of the most celebrated foods of the city. It is basically a stew made of meat, lentil, and pounded wheat; a plate of
haleem is not only filling but also incredibly tasty. It is nothing like you have ever had in your entire life. The dish is however not an easy one to make as it takes about 6-8 hours of cooking.

Pista House, which is said to be the largest producer of
haleem in the world, also exports its dish to the US, Europe, and West Asia, but this time around it will not. So not only India is at a loss, but also international locations, as this year’s Ramzan gets celebrated without the presence of

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