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Ideas need for Receipes using Ragi Flour

Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by Manjuananthu, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. Manjuananthu

    Manjuananthu Bronze IL'ite

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    Hi,

    I have lots of ragi flour at home. I need to know what vegetarian receipes can be made out of it. I am tired of Ragi dosa. Need different dishes please. I dont have idli mould too. So ragi idli is also nullified.

    Suggestions please
     
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  2. sravanitenali

    sravanitenali IL Hall of Fame

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    - Ragi Rotti
    - Ragi sangati
    - Ragi cutlet
    - Ragi laddoo
    - Ragi Tattai
    - Ragi poori
     
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  3. renualways

    renualways Gold IL'ite

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    Hello ,

    You can Make ragi balls , goes well with spinach gravy and also with non veg gravies.
    For 1 cup of ragi flour take 1 and 1/2 cup of water.Allow water to boil, then add flour, stir continuously , so no lumps will be formed.Switch off the stove, make the balls of your desired size.

    All the best
     
  4. sowmyarakesh

    sowmyarakesh Senior IL'ite

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    You know what Manju.. I was about to post this post today.. and you did on behalf of me... Mee too waiting eagerly for replies... :)
    One recipe I have is:

    Boil water.. then put the Ragi flour.. stir continuously so that is wont form lumps.. when cooked add sugar... at end add a spoon of Ghee and some cardamom.
    You can customize the Water consistency to how thick you want.
    Hope you like it.. For the first time I giving a recipe to someone :)

    Regards,
    Sowmya
     
  5. Manjuananthu

    Manjuananthu Bronze IL'ite

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    Hey Sowmya..

    Thanks.. I will try it. Have lots of Ragi flour at home and wanted to make some dinner receipes. Thats why...eager to know..

    Bye,
    Manji
     
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    How to make ragi cutlet?
     
  7. sadhukutty

    sadhukutty New IL'ite

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    Hi manju,

    You can try ragi puttu, ragi murukku, ragi pakoda, ragi kanji, ragi idiyappam, ragi kali....

    Thanks,
    Sandhya
     
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    Why dont you try Ragi biscuits...I tried it last week for the first time..its a great snck for those with sweet tooth...
    melt butter, add ragi flour and powdered sugar...mix well without any lumps..the mixtur should be thick like chapathi dough...
    make biscuits with hand..any shape/size you desire...but make it flat..
    then bake in oven at 250 degrees F for 30 mins..That's it...
    Try and let me know how you liked it..
     
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