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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

ragi-instant-adai
My mom makes Ragi adai for my grandma, like I have already told in my Ragi dosa post. But I am trying only for the first time, though I wanted to try for a long time. Today I called and checked with my mom for the recipe and made for my lunch and had. Onion raita is the perfect side dish for ragi adai. You can also try any chutneys, coconut chutney is my choice! I love the green chillies and tomatoes when I eat this adai. My mom used to make with jaggery too for us when we were kids, have to try that soon as well!
Ragi-adai-recipe

Ragi Adai recipe (Spicy)

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time: 20 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Makes: 4

Ingredients


Ragi flour(Finger millet)  1 cup 
Onion  1 
Tomato  1 
Curry leaves  1 sprig 
Salt  As needed 
Water  As needed 

To temper

Oil 2 tsp
Mustard 3/4 tsp
Urad dal 1 tsp
Asafoetida 2-3 pinches

Method

  1. Take ragi, salt in a bowl. Heat pan with oil and season with the items given under ‘To temper’ table. Then add curry leaves,onion and fry for 1  minute. Add tomato and fry for another minute.
  2. 1-ragi
  3. Add the fried items to the flour and mix well. Add water little by little and make a soft,smooth non sticky dough.
  4. 2-ragi
  5. Divide into 4 equal balls. Flatten over a greased Ziploc cover. Heat tawa and drizzle with 1/2 tsp oil. Transfer the flattened adai to the pan and cook in medium flame. Drizzle oil over the adai and then flip and cook until done.
  6. 3-ragi

Notes

  • This is a bit dry kind of adai, so eat hot, if it cools down it wont taste that good.

Serve immediately, hot, with onion raita or chutney!

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46 comments:

  1. hmm looks like maharashtrian thalipeeth , healthy and tasty too :)

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  2. My grandma used to make this but she won't add tomato.

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  3. Healthy one, I love this adai with murungai keerai too..

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  4. Just looks awesome!!! very nice pics.

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  5. healthy adai.....awesome...

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  6. very healthy adai..I too have a version of adai in my blog, but a little different

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  7. lovely clicks :) .. love this adai very much.. mom makes it with murungai keerai...

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  8. my amma makes it with jaggery - the sweet ada... i make ragi laddu which tastes similar to rava laddu & the preparation is also the same as rava laddu... try that also & post it raji... its a friendly request from me... nobody would know its made of ragi.. even the ragi haters would love to eat ragi laddu... my hubby & bil hate ragi but once when i made this laddu & gave them they had in no time...

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  9. I love this a lot Raji. This is in my to do list and we do little differently..will post it. Anyway will try this sometime.

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  10. Divya, sure will try that! It sounds awesome, we make urundais with steamed ragi, will try out ur version too sometime soon and post :)

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  11. healthy,yummy treat..i make raagi puttu and dosa..but spicy is new to me..wenever i make d swt ragi dosa..my son(4.5yrs) says..amma i too want chocolate dosa :D

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  12. Nice and healthy one raji. I too do this the same way but by adding little rice flour.

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  13. simple and healthy adai, adding tomatoes sounds new to me raji. we also add murungai keerai :)

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  14. I have tasted this long back in a friend's place. Wanted to try it but somehow missed. Very yummy one and i have to start adding ragi in my diet . Healthy adais

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  15. Amma makes it with murangai keerai,never add tomato to it..Nice n healthy adai!!

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  16. Such flavourful adais no one can say no to it..looks very tempting, love the way you have shaped it such perfect rounds I would say :)

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  17. We call it as Ragi rotti, n adding tomatoes is new! Healthy recipe!

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  18. Healthy adai recipe. Never tried ragi adai with tomatoes, will try it next. Nice pictures as -usual. YUM!!!

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  19. Healthy and flavorful adai recipe dear

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  20. Healthy adai..nice one dear

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  21. Healthy and delcious adai...yumm..

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  22. we call this as ragi roti, similar version to akki roti.. superb one :)

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  23. Very healthy. My amma eats ragi a lot,maybe I will give her this recipe.

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  24. i love this ragi adai a lot...i too have a similar version on my space...yours looks so perfect n yummy...nicely done!!
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  25. i tried once.....this looks perfect and healthy....lovely presentation as usual!

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  26. healthy n delicious adai..

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  27. Lovely adai. We make the sweet version !! Nice color contrast !!

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  28. Thats such a healthy and delicious recipe.

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  29. such an healthy n my fav adai..

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  30. Nice.I make it different without sauting and no tomato too. will try this version.. Nice clicks.

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  31. A very healthy adai..never thought of making adai with ragi flour. Nice clicks

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  32. I make it almost the same way. Beautiful click.

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  33. never made ragi adai till now..will try this recipe now

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  34. Very healthy and flavorful dish!

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  35. we make ragi rotti which is made in a similar process,but we make it thin and with out tomatoes...I just love it

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  36. Another one for me to try!! Never knew to add tomato :)

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  37. Guess it also goes by name of Ragi Roti

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