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ragi biscuits in oven /ragi flour cookies (finger millet)

ragi biscuits in oven /ragi flour cookies (finger millet)

ragi biscuits in oven /ragi flour cookies (finger millet)Thank god these millets are tiny and this becomes a major disadvantage that it cannot be processed and indirectly all the nutritional goodness are passed on to us.Its a born again kind of thing for millets because it was a perfect staple food for our ancestors in general which faded away during a period of time and overtaken by polished varieties of grains.Because of health awareness nowadays millets have gained momentum and as might be expected its versatility is well understood Continue reading

how to prepare ragi koozh (fingermillet/kezhvaragu/nachani)

how to prepare ragi koozh (fingermillet/kezhvaragu/nachani)

how to prepare ragi koozh(fingermillet/kezhvaragu/nachani)Divine aadi month starts from mid days of July and lasts till mid-August.Majority of days during this aadi month are special and moreover its a dedicated holy month for worshiping god and goddesses.All through this month limitless amount of aadi koozh (kind of summer-drink) are made and served to people,most of the amman(goddess) temples here in Tamil Nadu serve this spectacular cooling-healing summer drink. Continue reading

How to prepare ragi idli – ragi idli recipe – marudhuskitchen

How to prepare ragi idli – ragi idli recipe

RAGI-IDLIIam talking about the magical ingredient Ragi ,that has valuable benefits which our body recognizes but our mind ignores.Ragi is low in fat and helps in weight reduction and is rich in essential amino acids.Children who are allergic to milk or don’t like milk,ragi comes as a great substitute because of its high calcium content.Ragi can be had alternate to regular idli’s that we make. Continue reading

How to make Ragi mudde/Ragi kali/Ragi sankatti

How to make Ragi mudde/Ragi kali/Ragi sankatti

how- to-make-ragimuddeThis Ragi mudde has a bland taste and goes well with sambar and non veg gravies.My mother says that she use to have it with honey when Kali is still warm,made by my grandmother.All of us must incorporate these millet’s in our diet so that both elders and children will lead a healthy life style.After stirring the kali some pressure cook the kali but according to me this step is not needed because in our family this Ragimudde is done only in this way (authentic way). Other methods that are done came into practice only in recent days(after pressure cooker came into use). Continue reading