Ragi Dosa Recipe

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Ragi is a nutrition grain and good for diabetes. Ragi Dosa is a healthy breakfast from south Indian cuisine. Ragi means finger millet or red millet. Ragi dosa are made with many ways. I am sharing an easy instant ragi dosa with yogurt and rice flour mix with ragi that can be made in minutes.

I have shared a healthy ragi dosa recipe in step by step method with a detailed pictures below.

In a mixing bowl add rice flour, semolina/rava and yogurt.

Add ragi flour, salt.

Pour water . Mix well. Add baking soda. Batter should be poring consistency like buttermilk. keep the batter aside for 15-20 minutes.

Now add chopped green chilies, chopped coriander leaves and chopped onions mix well. If required add more water to get the required consistency. more thinner the batter more you get the crispy dosa.

Grease a nonstick pan or tawa with oil. Wipe off the excess oil with a tissue . Mix the batter well before making each dosa. Pour the batter  across the pan. Fill up the gaps if any with the batter. The batter should be poured.

Pour oil on sides of the dosa. Allow to cook on a medium heat until the sides begin to separated from the pan. Flip and cook on the other sides.

Fold crisp and hot ragi dosa and transfer to a plate. Serve with chutney or sambhar of your choice.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1/4 cup rice flour
  • 1 cup ragi flour
  • 1 tablespoon semolina/ rava
  • salt as needed
  • 2 green chilies
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 1 tablespoon chopped coriander leaves
  • 1/2 cup sour curd
  • oil

INSTRUCTIONS

  • In a mixing bowl add rice flour, semolina/rava and yogurt.
  • Add ragi flour, salt.
  • Pour water . Mix well. Add baking soda. Batter should be poring consistency like buttermilk. keep the batter aside for 15-20 minutes.
  • Now add chopped green chilies, chopped coriander leaves and chopped onions mix well. If required add more water to get the required consistency. more thinner the batter more you get the crispy dosa.
  • Grease a nonstick pan or tawa with oil. Wipe off the excess oil with a tissue . Mix the batter well before making each dosa. Pour the batter  across the pan. Fill up the gaps if any with the batter. The batter should be poured.
  • Pour oil on sides of the dosa. Allow to cook on a medium heat until the sides begin to separated from the pan. Flip and cook on the other sides.
  • Fold crisp and hot ragi dosa and transfer to a plate. Serve with chutney or sambhar of your choice.

Health Benefits

  • Eating finger millet regularly reduces the risk of diabetes.
  • Finger millet benefits a nursing infant through the mother’s improved breast milk production. The vitamins and minerals present in the grain benefit both the mother and baby.
  • Finger millet has anti aging properties.
  • Finger millet is one of the richest sources of calcium. It helps in increasing bone strength.

 

 

 

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