Saturday 23 March 2013

Ragi(Finger Millet) mudde/Ragi Sangati

Finger Millet is abundant in nutrients.It is toted as farmer's staple diet.
Benefits of finger millet are endless. Ragi/Finger millet used in any form is beneficial in Diabetes.
It is rich in protein, minerals like calcium and iron and plays a big role in reducing high glucose levels in blood.
Come lets learn this rural food of South India.

Ragi mudde or Finger millet/Ragi sangati

Ragi flour-1 1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Water-3 cups
Cooked rice-2 tbsp
Take a deep bottom pan preferably with a handle to hold it.
To that add water,cooked rice and 1 tsp ragi flour,salt Don't mix and allow
it to boil.
Once it is boiled add remaining ragi flour and now also dont mix.
The boiling water will cover up entire ragi flour.
Finally when almost entire ragi is inside, just use a wooden rod or a
wooden chapathi roller and mix nicely. You need to put a little effort to mix
as it tends to be sticky.
After mixing sprinkle let it again cook on a very slow flame for around 4-5
Now scoop off the mixture from pan and put it on a plate and start making
balls (tennis ball shape). To make the balls you should be capable to handle
the heat.
Dip hands in cold water and just roll into ball shape in between your
Ragi balls are ready to serve. Serve with any hot n spicy sambhar. I
prepared Onion sambhar :)

Note: Initially we added cooked rice and 1 tsp ragi flour which helps in
avoiding any lump formation during the process
Enjoy the dish! n don't forget Eat and Eat little MORE.. :)

Sending this to HITS – Diabetic friendly and HITS page, Vimitha's Hearty & HEalthy


  1. That is super healthy and super delicious.. Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!
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