Sunday, May 24, 2009

Ragi Roti - A healthy breakfast

Lazing around on a sunday morning, the climate being soo cool didnt want to get up from bed at all. And to my surprise the breakfast was my favorite - Ragi roti! I cudnt take a better picture of this roti but dont go by the pic....but believe me it tastes soo gud and filling. I have given the recip[e for both sweet and karam but this time made only karam.
Ragi Roti

Ragi Roti Recipe - Ingredients

For Karam:
  • Ragi flour - 1.5 cups
  • Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
  • Onions - 1
  • Coriander leaves - a handful
  • Green chillies - 1
  • Oil - as required to toast
For Sweet:
  • Jaggery - 1 small ball/according to taste
  • Cardamom powder - 1 tsp
  • Coconut - 2 tbsp

Ragi RotiMethod :
1. Saute the ragi powder in a empty tawa for 5mins, Keep aside

2. Tamper mustard seeds, add onions, coriander leaves and green chillies and fry for few mins. Add it to the ragi flour.

3. Add hot boiled water to the above mixture, the consistency should be thick enough to roll them into balls. Roll them into balls and flatten them on a polythene sheet.

4. Heat oil in a pan, carefully place the rotis drizzle little oil along the sides. Turn to other side until it is cooked.Serve hot with coconut chutney or tomato sauce.


For sweet :
1. Boil 1/2 cup of water and add jaggery to it. Stir it until its liquified.

2. Pour it little by little to the sauted ragi powder,add coconut and cardamom powder. Roll , flatten them and repeat the 4th step mentioned above.
Ragi Roti

10 comments:

  1. This is something i've been wanting to try for long - will definitely try the kaaram version.

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  2. I love the spicy version. Never heard of a sweet ragi rotti!! Mustn't show this to J tho!!! The man won't leave me in peace!!

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  3. I used to make these rotis when I was in Hyd we had lil ingredients and those were the easiest ones to make!!!

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  4. Never tried Ragi roti. Looks really good..Will have to try soon !

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  5. Sharmilee, I think I would like the sweet version very much. Thanks for sending it to the event. Kindly link back to the event announcement.

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  6. wow this is healthy an tasty.

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  7. hi sharmilee,i've tried this karam recipe last sunday...but it was not that gud.... :-( the center portion remained uncooked,though i heated it for a long time.the color and flavor was gud...i hav to try it again in some other weekend.

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  8. @Geetha: Try to flatten them thin so that it cookes well. I guess u might have it lil thick in the middle and tats is y i didnt get cooked well.Try it this way and see

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  9. Hi sharmilee, I tried this at home and came out very well. Its become a regular dish for dinner now. Pre-roasting and mixing with hot water makes ragi rotisserie softer and tastier. Thank you somuch.

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