Raagi Mudda

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  • Ragi Flour 1cup
  • Rice Fistful
  • Salt 1/4 tsp
  • Water 4 Cups
  • Ghee 1 Tsp
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In a pan take water and allow to boil. When water starts boiling add Rice,salt and allow to boil. Cover the pan when boiling and bring it till rice becomes very soft. (You can add cooked rice also when u do not have time to cook rice.) When rice is soft then just dump ragi flour into the pot.and again cover the pan and allow to cook on a medium heat. When steam lifts the pan cover plate remove the cover and stir the ragi rice mixture very well till no lumps . Reduce heat to low and steam cook for about 10mts and switch off the heat. Allow to cool down.


When it cools down make balls or muddhas. You can dip your hands in water and make balls

Tips / Points to remember:

We can serve to 2 persons with this measurements. Green leaf dhal, Green leaf curries, sambar ,cocunut chutney, tomato chutney can be used as side dish for this ragi mudda.

Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Contributor's Remarks
Gayatri garu
We are from Guntur so we will not make these ragi receipes at home. After knowing all its health values myself started using when i have to cook for myself. All these ragi experiments done i n the year 2010.
Ragi mudda this recipe I have made from Mrs Indira the mahanandi web site.
I have noted all rare recipes in one note book and that is why able to tell you. As per her procedure i have made. Some people use raw rice and some people use cooked rice. When we do not have much time then cooked rice will be dropped in boiling water.
For one cup ragi flour , fistful of rice used. salt and 4 cups of water.
With best regards