Finger Millet Roti. Ragi Rotti (Kannada: ರಾಗಿ ರೊಟ್ಟಿ) is a breakfast item unique to the state of Karnataka, India. It is mostly popular in the rural areas of Southern Karnataka. In India, usually finger millet is pulverized and the whole meal is utilized for the preparation of traditional foods, such as roti (unleavened flat breads), kazhi (finger millet balls), and kanji.
Here I have used Raagi (Finger Millet) and Jola (Jowar or Millet) flours and Chutney to prepare the Spicy Rotti. Ragi is a gluten free grain that is commonly used as flour in India, to make roti, the Indian flatbread. Heat a tawa, place roti on top and cook till done on both sides. You transact baking bake Finger Millet Roti using 12 modus operandi than 3 furthermore. Here is how you attain.
modus operandi of Finger Millet Roti
- You need 1 cup of Finger millet flour.
- Prepare 1/2 of Onion finely chopped.
- It's 1/2 cup of Coriander leaves chopped.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of fine cut Coconut.
- It's 1 tbsp of Chopped Ginger.
- It's 1 of Green chilli finely chopped.
- You need 1 of String Curry leaves.
- Prepare As needed of Hot water.
- You need 1 sheet of Foil.
- Prepare As needed of Ghee.
- It's As needed of Salt.
- You need Pinch of Hing.
Store in a hot case and serve with any now it is done. heat a tawa, place roti on top. cook till small bubbles form on top. Bask in the health benefits of ragi (finger millet). Add a portion of ragi flour to atta, and make nutrient-rich ragi roti. One grain I haven't taken to easily is finger millet (ragi in Karnataka / marua in Bihar).
Finger Millet Roti singly
- Take a bowl add finger millet flour with onion, coriander leaves, coconut, chopped ginger, green chilli, curry leaves, salt and hing. Just mix it thoroughly. Now add hot water little by little and make a dough. Dough should be in kneading consistency. Don't add too much of water..
- Now take the foil paper spread little ghee over it. Take a ball of dough keep in the middle. Just wet your hand little bit spread the dough in round shape slowly and thinly. Put hole in the middle using your finger. Heat dosa tawa in medium flame. Spread little ghee. Take the foil just flip over on the pan. Let it be for 30 sec and remove the foil slowly. Now add ghee in middle and cook..
- Flip over and cook again. Roast nicely both sides and serve hot with chutney as you wish...
Roti, porridge, dosa, mudde, payasam - ragi flour can be used in many different ways. The grain is so tiny, it really cannot be polished all that much! Finger millets or ragi are mostly grown and consumed in Rajasthan, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Goa. The ragi flour is made into flat breads (unleavened roti). Ragi aloo paratha : Traditional Karnataka style finger millet roti turn out to be slightly hard, but this roti uses aloo or potato to yield soft mouth melting roti.