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Ragi Malt - Ambali

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Ragi Malt - Ambali Recipe, How To Make Ragi Malt - Ambali Recipe

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

About Recipe

How to make Ragi Malt - Ambali

(24 ratings)
69 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
40 mins
Ragi Malt - Ambali
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Ragi flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : August 23, 2018


Ingredients used in Ragi Malt - Ambali
• Dry fruits - 1/2 cup.
• Milk - 1/2 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Water - 3 cups.
• Sugar or jaggari - to taste.
• Ragi - 1 cup.
Method:
  • Take a bowl mix ragi flour in some water to avoid lumps formation and keep it aside.
  • Take a pan add water get to boil then add the mixed ragi flour to it and keep mixing and cook for 5 -8 minutes.
  • Once it done take a bowl add some buttermilk or curd, salt, and cooked ragi mixture mix well and serve.
  • Another method take a bowl add some milk, dry fruits sugar or jaggery and ragi mixture mix well and serve.





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cambridgemist Posted on Mon May 18 2009

my mom used to force me to have this stuff.....heheheh....i used to avoid it as much as possible

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Pavan Kumar Karnam Posted on Tue May 19 2009

hi chef...thank u for all u r recipes ..we do try most of u r recipes....this is really gud breakfast...this goes pretty well with fresh mango thokku/ roasted peanuts...u can also add mashed up cooked rice(can use left over rice too)for the salt amba

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earthenpot09 Posted on Tue May 19 2009

excellent receipe Chef I am Maharashtrian, and Raagi is called as NACHANI in marathi it is the fav food amongst rural and urban Marathis.we call the drink "AMBIL" we add garlic paste and butter milk and drink it cold.

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dsqraj Posted on Tue May 19 2009

Sanjay..You are awesome man awesome.. Keep up your wonderful work !

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VahChef Posted on Wed May 20 2009

thankyou vahchef

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BeeRich33 Posted on Wed May 20 2009

The Chinese have a dessert that is similar, but made from beans. Interesting.

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francoindien Posted on Sat May 23 2009

Chef said Ragi as Bajari in marathi its Nachni and it contains lot of proteins and we give it to children :)

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Luqman Mohammad Posted on Sun May 24 2009

I love Ambil.

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villagebelle Posted on Sat Nov 28 2009

ragi is one variety millet - red millet is found in ISothern India - greyish variety called bajra (hindi name for millet) in the North. Check wiki for different varieties of ragi.

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useranand Posted on Tue May 25 2010

Can also use Garlic and cumin powder while boiling water then add ragi and when cooled add yogurt. tastes really nice.

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TheMiramens Posted on Sun Sep 05 2010

Dear Chef, Wow! I made it and with every spoon I ate there came a Wow out of my mouth. Till the last one! I made my variation. Instead of rice I added cream of rice. I enjoyed it very much. Even the colour of ragi is such a nice colour. Thank you Che

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roopachandra Posted on Wed Dec 22 2010

the raagi ambali is one of the healthy breakfast in karnataka. u can also add finely chopped onins and cilantro leaves with the drink. that tastes yummy. we also make raagi mudde out of raagi, which goes very well with chicken/mutton saaru or soppu s

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