Roti, porridge, dosa, mudde (Ragi ball), Roasted finger millet, payasam – ragi flour can be used in many different ways. The grain is so tiny; it really cannot be polished all that much! Consequently, all the good stuff is retained. Consider this: It has thirty times as much calcium as rice, more than ten times as much fiber and so on.
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Finger Millet (Ragi) Recipes
The rich, dark hue of Ragi on the plate is divine. A good source of dietary calcium, fibre, this grain is very cooling on a hot day. In most of the recipes calling for ragi flour, you could also use the sprouted and roasted ragi flour, Ragi Huri Hittu as it is called in Kannada.