Halim refers to a savory wheat porridge which is prepared with wheat grains, boiled meats (lamb, turkey) and vegetables seasoned with black pepper and cinnamon. It is the preferred breakfast food in some regions of Iran aside from a wide selection of flat breads and other various breakfast food. Halim is a traditional and favorite dish in Iran which is often served for breakfast. Halim is also known as Haleem, is favorite and a traditional meal in Iran and is usually served for breakfast. Halim is a a hearty and filling morning meal that is cooked slowly and patiently. Wheat cultivation in Iran dates back thousands of years ago and has been one of the staples in Iranian cuisine and used primarily in making different kinds of dishes , imcluding breads, etc.

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