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Prep time : 20 mins
Cook time : 25 mins
Total time : 25 mins
Main Ingredient : Ragi flour
45 reviews so far
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 19, 2019
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Sepster147 Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
hehe I like how he growls :52-:55
They look delicious
simsmel Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
Jeffrey Simson Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
Sanjay ji, u wudnt believe....since yesterday evening, i have been trying to do something with the ragi flour that I have at home, and voila! here you are with a lovely recipe with ragi.
thnx a lot! :)
Confilad Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
Ragi vada has always been my favourite. Nice to see the recipe here. We do it like onion pakoda instead of patties. You can expect them to be even more crispier.
zyruemusic Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
I can't tell even with your smile fam...Which one did U eat?? the plain or minced chicken? Looks very,very good!!! MMMM!!! PEACE!!!
deiga99 Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
Sunjay you're a gift . Thanx so much
sarascat Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
what is ragi flour, I love to try this receipe
but do not know what ragi flour is
SuzanneBa Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
They sound lovely and crunchy and chewy!
exoticbeb Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
@sarascat I don't know what ragi flour is. But if you visit indian store, they will definately have it. This wadas look yummy.
Is ragi flour different than Bajri Flour?
Dee Thakore Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
it's Bajri Flour in Gujarati.
Reluctantwriter7 Posted on Thu Feb 25 2010
Chef you made my day!
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