Ragi dosa

Ragi flour - 3 cups
Rice flour - 1 cup
urad dal - 1 cup
methi seeds - 1 tbsp
salt








  • Soak urad dal with methi seeds for 2 hrs. Grind it to a smooth batter.
  • Now add ragi flour, rice flour and salt as required and mix it to dosa consistancy.
  • It is not necessary that the batter should get fermented.
  • Optionally, you can also add fried onions, green chillies and jeera to the batter and make dosas. Serve it with chutney of your choice.

20 comments:

Asha said...

Looks delicious, I haven't made Ragi dose in a long time. Chutney looks great too! :)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

yumm yum. looks great.what happened? you were missing for so long?

Vibaas said...

Looks yummy! Healthy recipe :)

Reg. your question about sevai. I use 777 brand and it is really good.

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Hey Madhu, thanks for droping by... Ragi Dosa sounds healthy... I make it a lil different but this seems to be easy though... shall keep visiting for more recipes

vidhas said...

Simple and delicious dosa. i have not tried ragi dosa, surely will give a try.

sowmya said...

regular breakfast at my place..love it

Rekha said...

Just made these 2day and turned out delicious...

Ann said...

Looks yummy and its totally new to me :)

Madhumathi said...

Ragi Dosa looks perfect..Its healthy and tasty :)
Happy to see you back after a long time..

Deepa Hari said...

Yummy dosas Madhu....looks delicious and healthy.

Ashwini said...

Regular and fav dosa at our home. yumm

Uma said...

mmm. ragi dosa looks so mouth-watering. How are you?

Cham said...

I am drooling looks so good with chutney

Varsha Vipins said...

Looks yum n crisp..:)

sriharivatsan said...

I haven't tasted Ragi dosa so far, though knew the healthiness of it..Got to try that sometime..Hru dear..

Ammu said...

Very healthy & nutricious. Delicious & Yummy :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

I recently tasted this delish dosa.....Looks yum...

Vicky Xavier. said...

Ragi dosa seems so healthy n delicious dear.

Anupama Anand said...
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Anupama Anand said...

I used plain ragi. Soak Ragi and urad dhal with methi , seperately in water for half a day and grind it finely , both seperately and mix to a batter form. allow it to ferment overnight and make dosaa out of it. For those who r on diet avoiding rice flour is good.