Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Ragi & Wheat Flour Chapathi/Fingermillet and Wheat Flour Chapathi/Ragi Chapathi Recipe with step by step photos

Today I have come up with another healthy chapathi – Ragi & Wheat Flour Chapathi. This is yet another easy, simple, quick and healthy chapathi for all age groups. My kids love chapathi, so I always try to include some type of millets along with the wheat flour, to make them more healthy and interesting. Let’s all eat healthy and lead a healthy life. Check out my other Chapathi varieties here.

Here’s how to make Ragi & Wheat Flour Chapathi with step by step photos…
Ingredients
Ragi Flour
1 cup
Wheat Flour
1 cup
Warm Milk
 ½ cup
Salt
As needed
Oil
2 tsp [for the dough]+ for cooking chapathis
Preparation time: 10-12 minutes
Cooking time: 12-13 minutes
Method
Add the wheat flour, ragi flour, salt to a wide bowl.

Add 2 tsp of oil and mix thoroughly.

Now add milk and required amount of water to make soft dough. Make sure the dough is not sticky. Cover and rest the dough for about 10 minutes to make softer chapathis.

Divide the dough into equal parts and roll them with rolling pin. Dust some extra wheat flour while rolling the chapathi’s.

Heat the tawa in medium flame and cook the rolled chapathi first one side and after few seconds flip them to cook on the other side as well.

Spread some oil along the sides of the roti and cook them evenly.

Delicious, healthy and super soft Ragi & Wheat Flour Chapathi is ready to be enjoyed.

This chapathi can be served with yogurt or any spicy gravy or sabzi of your choice. I served them hot with Manathakkali Vatha Kuzhambu, this combo tasted heavenly.




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24 comments:

  1. healthy chapatis.. like ur equal proportion of wheat and ragi.. i add v less qnty of ragi to wheat flour so that my son cannot find out.. different curry too.. never had chapatis with manathakkali kuzhambu.. double healthy... :)

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  2. Great and healthy chappathi i love this :)
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  3. healthy ragi-wheat chapathi priya....

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  4. Yum chappati I do make this often great way to include ragi into daily diet and I also find the chappati more soft

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  5. Process & Pictures of "Ragi & Wheat Flour Chapathi/Fingermillet and Wheat Flour Chapathi" are Very Nice ! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I have never seen or heard about Ravi chapati , will ask my mum to try it
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  7. Healthy and fiber rich chapati.. Never tasted chapati with manathakkali kuzhambu..

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  8. Those chapathis are super soft and awesome. Healthy tasty chapatis.

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  9. healthy version ..will try surely

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  10. That is one healthy chapathi I must say...will try soon..nice way to have ragi

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  11. I agree, totally do that is healthy but you know what, the curry is also tempting me.

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  12. oh dear.. each day ur coming up with so healthy dishes...

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  13. Very nutritious chappathi.. Great combo for a healthy meal..

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  14. Healthy and delicious chapati , nice to know that you are back !

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  15. Looks so tempting.. Love to have it.

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  16. so innovative.......I never knew dat u can make chappathi out of ragi......so tempting dear.......

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  17. A fusion between ragi and wheat flour, defenitely healthy and tasty :)

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  18. Thanks a lot to each and every one of you for all your kind and encouraging words....

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