Tuesday 26 February 2013

Ragi/Millet/Kezhvaragu Dosai/Ragi Dosai Recipe

Ragi or Millet is commonly used in South India. It is in fact the staple diet in many villages in South India. The most popular dish is Ragi Kanji and Ragi Kuzh. Ragi is rich in calcium and serves as one of the healthiest breakfast.

Here ‘s one way to include ragi in your diet -  ragi dosa. It is very simple and easy to make. So just give it a shot. Here's I am proudly posting my 5oth post for a healthy and a happy living. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and healthy Breakfast Recipes here.


Ragi                                                   2 cups
Rice Flour                                        ½ cup
Sour curd                                         ½ cup
Green chillies                                  3 to 4
Coriander leaves                            2 tbsp
Chopped onions                              ½ cup

For Tempering

Mustard seeds                                1 tsp
Cumin seeds                                    1 tsp
Asafoetida                                        ½ tsp
Curry leaves                                    6
Oil                                                       1 tsp

Author: Priya Anandakumar

In a big bowl mix the ragi flour, rice flour, curd, salt, green chillies, coriander leaves and onions.

Add enough water to make the batter (thin consistency) and keep it aside for 2 hrs.
In a pan heat oil, add the ingredients mentioned for tempering one by one. Make sure the mustard seeds crackle.

Now add it to the batter. Heat a non stick tawa or regular dosa tawa and pour ladleful of the batter.

Spread using a circular motion to make a thin dosa. Cook on both sides evenly, by adding little oil or non stick spray along the edges while cooking. Make sure the stove is in medium or low flame.

Yes, now yummy ragi dosa is ready to be served.

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  1. Very nutrituous dosa!!! Thanks for sending this yummy recipe to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes... Please add the link to Sangeetha's page also on your post!!

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