Friday, June 29, 2007

Raagi Rotti



Here is a simple healthy recipe what i prepared for my Vratha .Raagi is very good for our health.Raagi has a very good nutritive value. It should be taken during winters to keep the body warm and it also prevents the craking of soles.Its a good source of fibres and iron also.It helps to build up muscle protiens.So why not have it different forms.Now comming to the recipe.

Ingredients:-
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Raagi powder - 2 cups
Samolina - 1/2 cup
Coconut grates- 1 cup
Cumin - 1 tsp
Salt - as per taste
water -to mix
Green chillies - 2 large



Method:-
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1.Take all the dry ingredients in a large bowl.
2.Add little bit of cold water and keep mixing until it forms a dough like that of chapatti.Take care not to form a sticcky mass as raagi becomes very sticky easily by absorbing water .
3.Then add grated coconut grates,cumin to it with the finely chopped chilly powder and mix properly
4.Now make small balls out of it.
5.Grease the pan a bit and press the balls using your hands into a round rotti.
6.Cook up both the sides smearing ghee until the edges turn a bit crispy.
7.Serve hot with sugar and freshly prepared butter or with spicy chilly chutney.

Chilly chutney:-
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Ingredients:-
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Green chilly - 1 large
Dry red chillies- 3 large
Tamarind pulp - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves - 8 large
coconut grates - 3 tbsp
water - 3 tbsp

For Tempering:-
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Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Urad dhal - 1/2 tsp
Oil - 1/2 tsp
Dry chilly - 1
Curry leaves - 2 -3 leaves

Method:-
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1.Blend the coocnut ,chillies and tamarind adding enough water .
2.Add salt as per taste
3.The take a pan add the oil and other tempering ingredients to it and wait till the mustartd starts to splutter.
4.Then add it to the blended mixture.
Enjoy this with all types of rotti's, dosa's and even it tastes good with chapatti.

20 comments:

trupti said...

This is one item I have been meaning to try..I had always seen Ragi Flour in Indian stores...time for me to try this, so many ppl enjoy this!

:)
trupti

Asha said...

Sowmya,I am sitting here ain the hotel room and drooling over Ragi rotti and chutney.Can't wait to get home and make both.Thanks girl.I am in Nashville and visited Memphis!!;D

Suganya said...

Ragi dosa is softer than ragi adai. But this and Jowar roti have an unique texture and taste.

Dilip said...

interesting recipe...have to try it...i think i have had it before...

Vcuisine said...

A healthy nutritious post soumya. Nice post. Viji

ushaprashanth said...

Hi!
This chutney will be good for plain hot dosa too!!! Thanks for the nice tip for making the dough..

Vini K said...

This looks very nice Soumya.I had tried this once,with a recipe from some other site.But could not get it right.Do you have to make the roti on the tava itself?I have a non stick tava only and I thought that it was becuase of that that it did not turn out good.Anywa I will give it one more try now that you have posted this one.Thanks for sharing:)

DEEPA said...

wow!!!...Healthy roti ....and spicy chutney ...

Sangeeta said...

Hi Soumya,

Great recipe. I have a packet of Raagi at home - going to try your recipe today :) Thanks for sharing

USHA said...

Hi Soumya,

Hmmm....raagi rotti looks good,,healthy recipe too..thanks.

Suganya said...

Soumya, I see that you have added my blog to yr blogroll. Thank you :) But you have got the name wrong dear :)

Anonymous said...

hai,
nice healthy recipe.but is it ok for the heat body.
sri

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

Delicious

marriedtoadesi.com said...

I have always want to try this Soumya, never had a Ragi Roti before. Sounds very healthy! Thanks for the nutrition tips.

Kanchana

Srivalli said...

hi Soumya..nice recipe..I was also planning to post this for a long time...my mil is fond of ragi and makes many varieties from that...

Srivalli
www.cooking4allseasons.blogspot.com

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

I have eaten raagi dosa in Mumbai

Bharathy said...

Ragi rotti is a nourishing food...nutritious,fibre rich and tasty..
Thanx for sharing such a wonder ful post!!
BTW..that rice picture in mine was taken just a few days after I started blogging..;)..And I almost forgot posting the same...Thanx for the appreciation, Soumya..

Sharmi said...

this is a real healthy recipe. I have ragi flour in my pantry from long time. I will try making this. hope it comes out well.

Jyothsna said...

I'll make ragi dosa and that gorgeous chutney! Thanks for the info on ragi.

purushotham1979 said...

Hello friends,

Can you suggest me, where can i get ragi meals( ragi balls, ragi roti, ragi dosa) in mumbai.

Please send the message to my mail ID. purushotham1979@gmail.com.

Thanks in advance.

Purushotham