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Ragi Laddu

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Ragi Laddu Recipe, Meetha , How To Make Ragi Laddu Recipe

Ragi is called as finger millet in English, kezhvaragu in Tamil. Ragi laddu or ragi ladoo is a very healthy sweet which is made with ragi flour or finger millet flour. They are also called as finger millet balls.

Ragi is called as finger millet in English, kezhvaragu in Tamil. Ragi or finger millet is red in color and is very nutritious, The ubiquitous ladoo made with Ragi (Finger Millet), which is much healthier and tastier too! Calcium rich Ragi Laddu loaded with dry fruits is an excellent energy booster.

About Recipe

Sodi pindi methai, inippu, Misti

How to make RAGI LADDU

(17 ratings)
13 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
15 mins
RAGI LADDU
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Ragi flour
Servings : 8 persons
Published date : March 07, 2019


Ingredients used in RAGI LADDU
• Ghee - 3 teaspoons.
• Ragi flour / finger millet flour - 1 cup.
• Cashew nut - 8 number.
• Cardamom powder - 1 pinch.
• Jaggery(grated) - 3/4 cup.
Method:
  • Slightly heat 1 teaspoon of ghee in a pan, add ragi flour and roast on a slow flame then transfer into a plate.
  • Crush cashew nut with a pestle, keep aside.
  • To ragi flour plate, add cardamom powder, crushed cashew nuts, grated jaggery, transfer into a blender and blend it once.
  • Later, transfer to a plate, addghee and make round ladoo.
  • We can store this ladoo in a container for 15 days.

Now Ragi Laddu is ready to serve.






Cooking with images madhur, Ragi flour , sihi







 

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Mercy Parimala Posted on Fri Oct 30 2015

Great idea of taking more ragi into our diet....thanks so much!?

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Sharavana Sekar Posted on Sat Oct 31 2015

Mrs bah chef ur really awesome.... U always give a good and healthy recipes......?????

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Vabhi Arora Posted on Fri Nov 13 2015

awesomei was in search of ragi dish, which is easy to make. (making ragi ki roti is very difficult)thank you mam,?

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Abdul Hannan Posted on Sun Dec 20 2015

thank you?

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Amrutha Yarramsetty Posted on Sat Jan 30 2016

Hi Mam...ur recipes for good for health... can u upload healthy recipes for pregnant women...plss...thanku uu mam....?

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Arif Thameem Posted on Mon Feb 08 2016

can we make jaggery water and strain the impurities and add it to the ragi flour..?

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Ajay Malhotra Posted on Sat Apr 16 2016

Thank you very much for showing such a healthy receipe for a sugar patient like me. Your voice is exactly same as that of Ms.Deepika Padukone, Film Actress.?

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Arif Thameem Posted on Wed Apr 27 2016

can we use badam or other nuts also?

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sahasra v Posted on Sun May 08 2016

I tried this recipe... The ladoo's came out well and tasty. nice recipe...?

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Sangeeta P Posted on Mon May 23 2016

I tried this recipe a lot but was unable to bind the ladoo without water. any tips on how you were able to bind the ladoo without water??

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jyotsna arolkar Posted on Thu Jun 09 2016

can you pls let me know the quantity?

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fathi mohamed Posted on Tue Jun 14 2016

i tried it its yummy?

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