Tuesday 16 February 2016

Ragi Porridge Powder Recipe/Ragi Kanji Maavu/Kezhvaragu Kanji Maavu – How to make Ragi Kanji Maavu at home/Ragi Kanji for all age groups

Today I am going to share with you all a very healthy Ragi Kanji Maavu/Powder suitable for all the age groups starting from 5 month old baby to adults. This kanji maavu is my mom’s recipe which involves just 5 ingredients and we all used to have this kanji for breakfast when we were kids. And now I give it for my kids and we all enjoy it a lot. It may have less ingredients compared to saathu maavu but this kanji maavu is packed with vitamins, minerals, builds your stamina and also digest really fast. So friends, try out this Ragi Kanji Maavu and post your feedback.

Here’s how to make Ragi Kanji Maavu with step by step photos….
Ragi/Kezhvaragu/Finger Millet
1 kg
Whole Wheat/Godhumai/Samba Wheat
¼ kg
Roasted Gram/Pottukadalai
¼ kg
Boiled Rice/Puzhunga Arisi**
¼ kg
**Use the regular boiled rice used for regular cooking, do not use idli rice.
Author: Priya Anandakumar


Clean the ragi thoroughly; get rid of any foreign particles from it. Wash the ragi really well. Drain the water completely and dry it well in the shade by spreading it on a clean cloth.

After it dries, dry roast it on medium flame until nice aroma fills the room. Transfer it to a plate and let it cool completely.

Clean the whole wheat thoroughly. Wash the whole wheat , drain the water completely and dry it well in the shade by spreading it on a clean cloth.

After the whole whet dries, dry roast it on medium flame and transfer it to a plate and let it cool.

Now dry roast boiled rice and roasted gram one at a time. Let everything cool down completely.

Mix everything together and give it in the flour mill and make it to fine powder.

Now healthy and delicious Ragi Kanji Mix/Ragi Kanji Maavu is ready.

Now preparing the porridge…

Take 2 tsp of kanji powder/kanji maavu, add 1 cup of water, ¼ tsp salt and mix really well.

Cook this mixture in low flame until it thickens. Keep stirring continuously to prevent the kanji from burning.

Now add about ½ cup of milk, mix really well and switch off the stove. Add required amount of sugar/jaggery/panagkalkandu to the kanji for taste.

Delicious, healthy and filling Ragi Kanji is ready to be enjoyed. Serve it for breakfast or just as evening snack for kids after school.


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