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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Raagi Roti(Indian Flat Bread) with Awards and Tag:-)

Ragi Roti(Kezhvaragu/Finger Millet/Madua/Elusine Indica) - Indian Flat Bread is very healthy breakfast or tiffin. Its a very famous breakfast/tiffin in Karnataka, India. In my village we grow Ragi grains my granny sends grains to us. We clean, dry and make flour.

The whole grain in nutritrional terms is very rich in proteins, providing highest levels of calcium and high levels of dietary fibre. It helps in control of blood glucose levels in diabetics.

In Karnataka its also consumed in many forms like Ragi balls (Ragi Mudde) dipped in sambar, Malt and Koozhu. Ragi Seri can be fed for infants above 6 months since its high in calcium. Whenever we are preparing the flour at home have to be very careful since it contains small muddy particles or stones. When you buy Ragi flour from supermarkets its better to seive 2 to 3 times and then use it.

Here is a simple and easy recipe for Ragi Roti which is high in nutrition and healthy food.

Ragi flour - 4 cups
Onion - 2 nos chopped
Fresh grated coconut - 1 cup
Green chilli - 2nos chopped (As per your taste)
Curry leaves - few chopped
Hot water

Preparation Method
In a wide bowl, put all the ingredients and mix it like chapathi dough in hot water.
Take small balls and spread it thinly in round shape on a plastic sheet or directly in the kadai or pan.
Put 1 tspn oil and cook both sides.
Continue same process for left over dough.

Ragi Roti is ready to eat...This is good to eat as it is or with these Pickle/Jaggery/Coconut chutney.

This recipe is going for WFC Breakfast by EC and State Specials by Shanthi.

My other entries for breakfast are



Bread Upma

Awards Time

Thanks to Ramya and Sanghi for Scrumptious Awards and Rekha for Kreative, Scrumptious and Fabulous Awards. I thank from my bottom of the heart for passing on these wonderful awards to me. I feel very happy and encouraged at the end of the day seeing my blog with awards.

My dear friend Rekha has tagged me..thanks dear!

The Rules:

1. Link the person who tagged you.

2. Post the rules on your blog.

3. Share the ABCs of you.

4. Tag 4 people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs.

5. Let the 4 tagged people know that they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website.

6. Do not tag the same person repeatedly but try to tag different people, so that there is a big network of bloggers doing this tag.

The Tag:

1. A – Available/Single? Married
2. B – Best friend? Rashmi
3. C – Cake or Pie? Cake
4. D – Drink of choice? Coffee
5. E – Essential item you use every day? Internet
6. F – Favorite color? Blue
7. G – Gummy Bears Or Worms? -
8. H – Hometown? Bangalore
9. I – Indulgence? Salted potato chips of India
10. J – January or February? January for New Year
11. K – Kids & their names? 1 Son named Siddarth
12. L – Life is incomplete without? Family
13. M – Marriage date? 24th Aug 2006
14. N – Number of siblings? one elder bro
15. O – Oranges or Apples? both
16. P – Phobias/Fears? Fears
17. Q – Quote for today? Be Cool and patient
18. R – Reason to smile? My son
19. S – Season? Winter
20. T – Tag 4 People?
21. U – Unknown fact about me?unknown
22. V – Vegetable you don't like? mostly i like all thinking....
23. W – Worst habit? loose temper rarely and shout
24. X – X-rays you've had? for tooth
25. Y – Your favorite food? Bisibelebath, gobi manchurian, akki roti, fried rice, many more
26. Z – Zodiac sign? libra
I have tagged 4 blogger friends

Rajeshwari of Raks Kitchen
Jyothi of Panch Pakwan
Deepti of Dipskitchen
Smitha of Saffron Apron

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Akki roti | Rice Flat Bread| Karnataka Style!

Rice flour – 3 cups
Onion – 2nos
Green chillies – 3nos
Curry leaves – 2tsp

Coriander leaves - 2tspns
Jeera - 1/2 tspn
Salt as reqd

Preparation Method
Mix all the above ingredients in hot water and make soft dough.
Leave the dough to rest for half n hour to an hour.
Take a tawa or kadai, apply oil and start spreading by hand.
Heat the same and cook both sides till brown.

Another method
Mix all the above ingredients in hot water and make soft dough.
Leave the dough to rest for half n hour to an hour.
Spread oil on a polythene paper
Heat the pan
Make balls and spread dough like chapati with your hand on the polythene paper and now remove slowly and put on the hot pan
Bake both sides in low flame
When turns slightly brownish, remove and serve with chutney
This will be crispy and can be served with groundnut or coconut chutney or chutney pudi.


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