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Ragi (Finger millet or Ragulu) malt is delicious and healthy rejuvenating Indian beverage popularly called as Ragi malt or ragi ganji. Ragi Malt - Ambali

Author Vahchef Servings 2 persons
Published May 18, 2009 Cooking Time (mins) 20
Main Ingredient 0 Preparation Time mins

Ragi (Finger millet or Ragulu) malt is delicious and healthy rejuvenating Indian beverage popularly called as Ragi malt or ragi ganji.

Ingredients of Ragi Malt - Ambali

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
dry fruits  1/2 Cup
milk  1/2 Cup
salt   Pinch
water  3 Cup
sugar or jaggari  as need 0
Ragi  1 Cup

  1. Take a bowl mix ragi flour in some water to avoide lumps formation and keep it a side.Take a pan add water get to boil then add the mixed ragi flour to it and keep mixing and cook for 5 -8 min.
  2. once it done take a bowl add some butter milk or curd,salt and cooked ragi mixture mix well and serve.another method take a bowl add some milk,dry fruits sugar or jaggari and ragi mixture mix well and serve.
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Ragi Malt - Ambali
Restaurant Style Ragi Malt - Ambali
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : 0
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : May 18, 2009
Ingredients used in Ragi Malt - Ambali
→ dry fruits 1/2 Cup.
→ milk 1/2 Cup.
→ salt Pinch.
→ water 3 Cup.
→ sugar or jaggari 0.
→ Ragi 1 Cup.
How to make the recipe:
  1. Take a bowl mix ragi flour in some water to avoide lumps formation and keep it a side.Take a pan add water get to boil then add the mixed ragi flour to it and keep mixing and cook for 5 -8 min.
  2. once it done take a bowl add some butter milk or curd,salt and cooked ragi mixture mix well and serve.another method take a bowl add some milk,dry fruits sugar or jaggari and ragi mixture mix well and serve.

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Traditional Indian food like steamed rice, roti, variety of vegetable dishes, dals, yoghurt and curries are a healthy choice and well balanced in nutrition. The breakfast dishes of South India like the Kerala Puttu, Idli, Dosa, Pongal, Adai and many more variety are few of the healthy and nutritious recipes.

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Ragi Malt – Ambali

Ragi (Finger millet or Ragulu) malt is delicious and healthy rejuvenating Indian beverage popularly called as Ragi malt or ragi ganji.



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