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Mutton Haleem With Bones or Without Bones ?

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There is always a debate about Mutton Haleem regarding bones in it. Should it be served with bones or without bones ? Haleem 365 will help you understand the whole haleem process and why it is important to have bones in your mutton haleem.

First thing to understand: If there are no bones in mutton haleem, the chances are high that it can be a beef haleem. So a true hyderabadi will automatically become skeptical, if there are no bones in mutton haleem. It can be safely assumed. If there are no bones, then it cannot be a mutton haleem. And the bones should be in limited number and shouldn’t hinder the experience of eating the delicious haleem.

Second thing is bones add the real taste to mutton haleem. Shorba from bones gives the real taste and energy to the haleem. If you are expecting haleem without bones, then it cannot be healthy and may not carry the desired health benefits.

It is very good to chew the bones and grasp the whole shorba out of them. It is both healthy and delicious. Remember, if you are having chicken haleem, then please do not chew the bones. Chicken bones are not tasty and healthy as of mutton. And if you are a vegetarian, you don’t need to indulge in this bone war, just enjoy vegetable haleem.

Haleem 365  has bones in Haleem lightly fried to make it easy for you to chew and remove any kind of odour in them. We follow setup by step precautions at each level to maintain taste and hygiene. When you eat our Haleem, you will for sure enjoy the bones in it. And you can confidently consume it as we source and cook haleem in hygienic conditions

How To Differentiate Mutton Haleem

There are many temporary outlets who serve Haleem during Ramazan and claim to be Mutton Haleem. But sometimes it can be beef haleem in the name of Mutton Haleem. These are some of the steps to judge:

  1. The price of Mutton Haleem is above Rs. 130/- for 300 ml or 250 grams.
  2. There are always bones in Mutton Haleem and the bones size is small.
  3. Mutton Haleem is provided only by well known or large scale restaurants.

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