Looking for an instant healthy breakfast meal that your family will love? The answer is Ragi dosa! Nutritious, high in dietary fibre, calcium and iron, ragi aka finger millet flour is gluten free, easily digestible with an earthy, nutty flavor. Ragi is popular down South and many families incorporate it in their daily meals in some form or the other.
The ragi dosa that I am posting today is similar to the Rava dosa I have posted earlier. The only difference is the inclusion of ragi flour to the basic rava dosa recipe. These dosas are best enjoyed hot off the stove when they are slightly crisp. I always add green chilies, coriander leaves and buttermilk to the dosa batter which gives a subtle spice and tang to the dosa and elevates the flavor by leaps and bounds.
Learn how to make ragi dosa that is instant, easy to make, nutritious and tasty! I have earlier posted step by step pictures and tips on how to make rava dosa which can be followed to make ragi dosa.
Mix all the above ingredients (excluding oil) in a large bowl. Add enough water to form a runny batter like thick buttermilk.
Pre-heat an iron tawa on high for a minute. Do the water test (sprinkle few drops of water over the hot tawa such that it sizzles) and reduce heat. Pour a ladle full of dosa batter from the outward base of the tawa in a circular motion. Fill the gap in the middle with dosa batter. Donâ€™t drop batter like a thick lump but pour all over, evenly, filling the gaps.
Drizzle 1-2 tsps of oil along the edge of the dosa and the gaps in the middle.
Increase heat to medium flame and let the dosa cook for around 2 to 3 mts. If you want a slightly softer dosa, remove the dosa at this point. For a crisper dosa, increase flame to high and let the dosa roast for a half a minute or so
Remove to a serving plate and serve with sambar, chutney or podi of your choice.
Buttermilk is optional. Replace it with more water.
Chopped onions (1/4 cup) can also be added. Grated carrot or grated fresh coconut make for a nice addition.
By Sailu Published:
Learn how to make Ragi dosa, an easy, healthy breakfast dish. Ragi dosa is made with ragi flour and semolina and goes well with any chutney, podi or sambar.
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