Mor kali is one of my childhood favorite that mom makes. More than me my bro is great fan of this. We call it mor koozh, and we eat it as such without pouring in a plate. Just in a koozh(which means a non sticky thick porridge kind) form so we call it koozh. Mom makes puli koozh too, which I will post sometime. I was thinking of what to do with the varagu remaining that I got from Bhairavi naturals and thought of trying this kali with it. You can replace this millet with regular eating rice, preferably raw rice (Sona masoori for example). But I am happy to use varagu as its a healthy replacement for rice.
I like it to have it as hot koozh than these cooled down- cut pieces, but it does looks pleasant and easy for serving too, so its up to your family’s preference.