Ragi rotti and onion chutney

Guest author: Rama devi

Ragi roti is a healthy dish as ragi is good for diabetics.


1 cup Ragi flour(available in markets)
1 big onion chopped
2-3 Chopped green chillies
Salt as required
1 tsp cumin seeds
Water to make dough
Oil for frying

In a bowl add ragi flour,onions,chillies,salt,jeera and add water to make dough of thattai or murruku consistency. Now heat tawa or pan(keep it in sim). Take a plastic sheet, apply oil and then take the dough(as needed for chappati). On the sheet place the dough and pat in circle shape(with hand) like chappati. Take it out slowly on your hand and put it on tawa. Add little oil on the sides, cook on one side and then turn to cook other side.

Serve hot with jaggery powder and ghee for children or onion chutney.

Onion chutney:


2 big onions
1 big tomato
5-6 red chillies
Salt to taste
Tamarind(soaked in cold water for 2 min)little gooseberry size

Chop onions and tomatoes. Put all ingredients in mixie and grind it to paste(without water).In a kadai take 1 tsp oil, add mustard and when it splutters, add it to chutney.


lata raja said...

What an interesting healthy roti. Have some ragi will try for myself.

bubbledancer said...

Hi! I just started following your blog and LOVE exploring new Indian recipes. I live in NYC and am able to find lots of authentic ingredients. I'm really looking forward to trying some of your rotti recipes this fall. Yum! I have a food blog as well if you're interested. I'm looking forward to learning lots of new stuff from your blog. Thank you!

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