Ragi dosa mix is a convenient and quick way to make dosas using ragi (finger millet), a nutritious whole grain. Ragi is known for its high nutritional content, including fiber, calcium, and other essential nutrients. Making dosas with ragi dosa mix is a simple process that usually involves just a few additional ingredients.
Made of Ragi, Jaggery & pure A2 home made ghee. Rich in Fibre,iron & calcium. Gluten free snacks. Power house of Proteins, Minerals & amino acids. Store in air tight container. stays good for Two weeks.
Ragi or Finger Millet is cleaned, washed thoroughly and left to soak for 12 hours.
It is then sprouted over the next 24 hours in clean cotton cloths, further sun-dried and milled in stone grinders by adding DRY GINGER & CARDOMOM. The ground sprouted ragi flour is then passed through a cotton cloth sieve to get fine sprouted-ragi milk.
Then its rested for 1 hour to remove the excess water, then the fine ragi is dried .
Then the dried Ragi is dry roasted & gorund to fine consistency.
All the ingredients are washed , dried , dry roasted & then ground on Orders.
Homemade ragi urad dal porridge mix powder is calcium, an iron-rich mix made with ragi flour and urad dal. Ragi, aka finger millet, is a superfood for babies & growing kids as its rich in Calcium, iron, fiber, and protein. If you are concerned about your child's weight and development, you must include this healthy millet in their diet! This ragi urad dal porridge is a healthy mix that is ideal for babies, toddlers, kids, pregnant women, and even lactating moms as it is rich in Calcium and Iron!
Ragi/Naachani/Finger millet is considered a ‘superfood’.
Ragi displays a rather impressive nutritional profile, encompassing all the essential macronutrients – carbohydrates, fibers, fats and proteins, along with noteworthy levels of key micronutrients – vitamins and minerals.
Ragi contains considerable quantities of vitamins, to boost immunity and health. The B complex vitamins – and folic acid, as well as calcium, magnesium, iron, and phosphorus as well as dietary fiber, are also found in ample amounts in ragi flour, truly justifying its status as a wholesome breakfast cereal and a superfood
Turning regular ragi grains into “sprouted ragi” have pretty intriguing nutritional benefits. Once, you soak the ragi grains, they germinate. Sprouts consume some of the grain’s starch, thereby altering the food’s nutritional content. Sprouted grains are natural, nutritious, and healthy.
Physical health can be maintained by consuming wholesome foods and indulging in regular physical activities. Sprouted ragi is gluten-free and is known for its amazing flavours. Breakfast made from it will improve the health of your digestive tract. Adding sprouted ragi in the diet can do wonders as it has high fibre and polyphenol. Both are highly effective in controlling the glucose levels in the blood. Instead of including too much carbohydrate in the food, switch to healthier options. Other than this, it also has the lowest natural fat levels. So, adding it to the breakfast meal will not only give you a healthy start but will also cut fat from the body. It is good for all ages including babies & senior citizens.
Finger millet belongs to the family Poaceae and is known as Ragi in India.
Ragi flour in Karnataka is mostly used to make balls, popularly known as “ragi mudda”. Our Ragi flour/ Ragi Atta is made from unadulterated whole grain freshly once we receive the order .
These Ragi grains are not colored with any artificial colors.
Ragi is a good source of complex carbohydrates, a fair source of protein and a good source of fiber and very low in fat. Ragi flour/ Ragi Atta is rich in fiber and contributes towards fullness which contributes towards achieving ideal body weight.
Ragi is also a very rich source of minerals. It has been found to have between 5-30 times the calcium content found in other cereals. It is also rich in phosphorus, potassium and iron. Calcium is of course an important component in maintaining bone density and health.