Taste With Health
Ragi Atta is known to contain a high amount of nutrients and is most commonly prepared as Ragi Roti, a staple breakfast dish of Karnataka and parts of Maharashtra. The Roti’s crispy texture and diabetic-friendly qualities make for a flavoursome morning meal. Serve this Roti with a side of sabzi and chutney for the ultimate South Indian taste.
- 1 cup ragi atta
- 1/2 cup water
- Salt - as per taste
- For 1 cup Ragi Atta, boil 1/2 cup of water in a pan. Add salt (as per your taste) in boiling water. Now pour the ragi atta into boiled water. After the mixture cools, knead the dough thoroughly to make soft rotis.
- Make equal portions of dough. Flatten with moist fingers or clean plastic sheet to make rotis. Place them on pre-heated tava and roast them on both sides till brown spots appear on it.
- Serve hot with spicy chutney or sabzi