Saturday 19 January 2013

Ragi Adai Recipe/Kezhvaragu adai

Ragi adai is very delicious and can be made instantly with out fermentation. It makes a yummy and a healthy evening snacks for kids and adults. It can be served with tomato chutney or coconut chutney...


Ragi Flour         -   1 cup
Water as needed.

For Tempering

Oil                                       -   1 tsp
Mustard                               -   1/4 tsp
Cumin                                  -   1/4 tsp
Urid dhal                              -   1/4 tsp
Onions(finely chopped)         -   1 no
Green chillies(finely chopped) -  1 or 2 no  
Carrots(grated)                      -  2 Tbsp
Ginger(grated)                        -  very little
Curry leaves
Salt and oil as required.

Preparation Time:5-10 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Author: Priya Anandakumar


In a pan add oil, splutter mustard, cumin ,urid dhal and curry leaves.

 Now add the onions, green chillies ,ginger and saute it until golden brown. Add a pinch of salt to onions to keep it moist.

Now add the carrots saute it. Then switch off the stove.

In a wide bowl add ragi flour and salt.

Now add tempered onion mixture to the ragi flour.

Add some water to make a dough to make equal sized balls.

Heat a non-stick pan, meanwhile pat the ragi ball in a greased plate or ziplock bag. 

Then transfer it to the hot pan, drizzle some oil  all over and cook it on both sides until well done.

Now yummy Ragi Adai is ready to be served. 

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  1. Yummy u make it sound.. and most of your recipes are great help for home makers who are plagued always with the question "what to cook today " !! Thanks for sharing ur lovely recipes :D

    1. Thank you very much Padma, your comments make me very happy. Please keep coming back for more and more delight ful recipes...


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