Monday 23 December 2019

Ragi Poori/Kezhvaragu Poori /Finger Millet Poori Recipe – How to Make Ragi Poori

Ragi/Kezhvaragu Poori is a great alternative for the regular wheat flour pooris. It is one easy way to include ragi/kezhvaragu in our kids diet. Do try out this tempting and easy to make pooris and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting chapathis/pooris/parathas/naans  and breakfast varieties here.

Here’s how to make Ragi/Kezhvaragu Poori with step by step photos …

Ragi Flour/Kezhvaragu Maavu
½ cup
Wheat Flour
½ cup
As needed
as needed
1 tsp + more for frying pooris
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes           
Author: Priya Anandakumar

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In a wide bowl add ragi flour/kezhvaragu maavu, wheat flour and salt.

Mix everything really well in dry state. Add some water, mix and then begin to knead.

Add needed water in between while kneading the dough and make firm dough. 

Finally add 1 tsp of ghee or oil and knead really well.

Cover and let Ragi Poori dough rest for about 30 minutes.

Open the lid and knead the dough again. Divide the dough into small balls.

Dust each ball with wheat flour. Roll the dough ball into a circle, it should be a little thick. If it is thin then the pooris will not puff up.

Heat oil in a kadai for a frying the pooris. Gently slide the Ragi poori into the hot oil. Cook the pooris on medium high flame only. If you cook on low flame, then the pooris will not puff up. Now press the poori from one side with a slotted spoon, this will help the poori to puff up.

Fry on both sides and drain it on a paper towel.

Serve hot with any kurma variety of your choice or just with potato masala.

Delicious, tasty and tempting Ragi/Kexzhvaragu Poori is ready to be enjoyed.

Cook the pooris only on medium high flame.

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