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Halal Recipes

How to Cook Chicken and Meat Kurma?

How to Cook Chicken and Meat Kurma?

Recipes

Chicken and Meat Kurma Recipe
Ingredients
250g (1 packet) Adabi Chicken & Meat Kurma (add water and mix into a paste)
3.5kg Chicken or meat
630ml (3 1/2 cups) Coconut milk
180ml (1 cup) Cooking oil
3240ml (18 cups) Water
8 pieces Onion (4 pieces for sauté and 4 pieces to be cut into four)
30 – 40 pieces Garlic
8 – 10 pieces Potato
5cm Ginger
Salt (up to taste)

Cooking Instructions
1. Slice onion, garlic and ginger and sauté them for awhile.
2. Add in Adabi Chicken & Meat Kurma paste. Stir until fragrant.
3. Add in chicken or meat and water. Put on the cover and let it cook until the meat tender.
4. Then pour in the coconut milk, the quarterly cut onion and potato. Let it cook until the potato soft.
5. Add salt up to taste.
6. The dish is ready to serve.

How to Cook Chicken Fried Rice?

How to Cook Chicken Fried Rice?

Chicken Fried Rice Cooking Method

  1. Heat 4 tablespoons of cooking oil, if desired, add chicken meats, eggs, and vegetables (approximately 50 gm) and fry it well.
  2. Then add 400 gm (4 cups) of cooked rice.
  3. Sprinkle with 1 packet of Adabi Chicken Fried Rice Powder on top of the rice and fry till evenly mixed.
  4. Garnish, sprinkle with slices of spring onion, chilies and fried onion. Serve hot.

How to Cook Halal Briyani?

How to Cook Halal Briyani?

Recipes

Ingredients:
3 cups Basmati Rice
3 cups Water
30 gm Halal Briyani Powder Adabi
40 gm Ghee
40 gm Cooking Oil
1/2 cup Evaporated Milk
40 gm Shallot – blended
20 gm Garlic – blended
15 gm Ginger – blended
2 pieces Pandan Leaf (tie into knot)
8 gm Coriander Leaf
8 gm Mint Leaf
1 piece Tomato (cut into 4)
2 pieces Red Chilli (cut into 2)
2 pieces Green Chilli (cut into 2)
25 gm Salt Adabi
4 gm MSG Adabi
3 gm Sugar
1/2 table spoon Egg Yolk Coloring
50 gm Cashew nut (fried without oil)

Cooking Method:
1. Heat up the cooking oil and pour ghee in the rice cooker. Put in the blended ingredients and sauté approximately 2-3 minutes. Then add in Adabi Briyani Powder and stir the mixture until fragrant.
2. Add in the evaporated milk, pandan leaves, coriander leaves, mint leaves and water. Stir until it starts to boil.
3. Add in basmati rice, red chillies green chilies, salt, MSG Adabi and sugar. Stir evenly and leave the rice until cook.
4. Then add fried cashew nuts and egg yolk coloring. Stir the rice evenly.
5. Ready to serve.

How to make Chicken and Beef Soup?

How to make Chicken and Beef Soup?

Recipes

Chicken and Beef Soup Recipe
Ingredients
250 gm Adabi Soup Powder
6kg Chicken or Meat
40 pieces Shallots
20 pieces Garlic
66 cups / 13 liter Water
20 pieces Potatoes (cut into 4)
43 g / 5 Inch Ginger
720 ml / 3 3/4 cup Cooking Oil
Salt (up to taste)

Cooking Instructions
1. Pound shallots, ginger and garlic well and saute till fragrant.
2. Add 66 cups of water, chicken / meat and potatoes. Boil until tender.
3. Mix Adabi Soup Powder with a 1 liter of water and pour into the pot.
4. Add salt to taste.
5. Garnish with spring onion and serve.

FAQ about Halal

Top Major Halal Food Exporting Countries?

According to the The State of the Global Islamic Economy 2019/20 produced by DinarStandard, Muslims throughout the world spend and estimated at US$1.37 trillion in 2018 on foods up by 5.1% from 2017. 

The report and forecast to Muslims food consumption value reach US$2.0 trillion by 2024.

The Top 5 Halal Food Exporting Countries namely Meat & Live Animal to Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in 2018 is :

  1. Brazil with US$5.5 billion exports 
  2. Australia with US$2.4 billion exports
  3. India with US$1.7 billion exports
  4. Sudan with US$621 million exports
  5. Turkey with US$548 million exports

What is a Halal Logo?

Halal logo signals which food outlets are permissible to be patronage by the Muslim. As a result, the logo provides an avenue for the manufacturers to indicate to their target consumers that their products meet the Islamic standard. This definitely will create significant advantage to the particular manufacturers versus its competitors that do not have halal certification.

The usage of halal logo has so far been skewed towards food products as the term halal is better known amongst the Muslims and non-Muslims as being “food that is permissible to be consumed.” The logo has not been used much in other category of products. As for the service sector such as in the banking and insurance products, the more appropriate term for halal would be Islamic-compliant or syariah-compliant.

To the Muslim consumers, products which carry halal logo have more meaning and “wholesome.” When it involves cleaning, it not only follows standard cleaning processes. Halal products and machineries to produce them have to be “ritually clean” as well.

What is Makrooh?

On some things where the Quran and Sunnah are silent,  and it becomes evident that these things are impure and unsuitable for the believers in light of the guidance of the Quran and Sunnah;  the scholars have termed such things Makrooh or disliked.   Example being cigarettes,  etc.

Everything that is declared Haraam by Allah and His Messenger (saws) are also disliked,  and thus every Haraam thing will also be considered Makrooh;   but not all makrooh things will necessarily be considered Haraam.

Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 3.267         Narrated by An Numan bin Bashir

The Prophet (saws) said "Both, halaal and haraam things are obvious, and in between them are (suspicious) doubtful matters.  So whoever forsakes those doubtful things lest he may commit a sin, will definitely avoid what is clearly illegal; and whoever indulges in these (suspicious) doubtful things bravely, is likely to commit what is clearly illegal.   Sins are Allah's Hima (i.e. private pasture) and whoever pastures (his sheep) near it, is likely to get in it at any moment."

What Is Sharia?

Sharia or "path" in Arabic is the Islamic Law  that guides all aspects of Muslim life, including daily routines, familial and religious obligations, and financial dealings. It is derived primarily from the Quran and the Sunna—the sayings, practices, and teachings of the Prophet Mohammed. Precedents and analogy applied by Muslim scholars are used to address new issues. The consensus of the Muslim community also plays a role in defining this theological manual.