Ragi Rotti

Ragi Roti:

Rich in Iron, Calcium, fiber and gluten-free. It’s packed with calcium, good carbs, amino acids, and Vitamin D. Easy to prepare, healthy to have as breakfast. Tomato chutney and the combination of coconut chutney will enhance the taste to enjoy the breakfast, simply awesome with powdered sugar cane jaggery. (Nattu chakarai)

A whole grain is one that contains all three parts of the kernel – the bran, germ, and endosperm while refined grains are processed to retain only the endosperm. This makes whole grains healthier as they contain the fibre-dense bran and along with other essential nutrients that are not lost due to processing.

Sweet Ragi Roti:

Sweet Ragi Roti is very delicious to eat at any time. Iron-rich roti with the enhanced taste and aroma of cardamom.

Its nutritional value increases the immunity and keep us healthy to fight with unknown viral infections.

Ingredients to prepare sweet Roti:

Ragi Flour-1 cup

Jaggery powdered-1/4 cup

Elaichi powder-a pinch

Coconut grated-1/4 cup

water-1 1/2cup

Method to prepare:

Take a pan, add one-half cup of water bring it to boil. Add powdered jaggery to the boiling water once the jaggery dissolves, filter the syrup and bring it to the pan again.

Add, grated coconut, elaichi powder and Ragi flour to the syrup.

Cook on the medium flame till it becomes thick to make patties (partially cooked form)

switch off stove, devide the cooked flour to equal balls.

Take a piece of Banana leaf/ butter paper grease the leaf, place a ball and make it to thin patties as much as possible. wet your hands or grease it to make the process easy.

Heat Iron tawa, place the patties and cook both the sides smear some ghee or butter cook both the side in medium flame.

Serve rotties hot. It can be store for 3 days to consume.

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