It’s idly and dosa with a healthy twist that’s as delicious as it is guilt-free.
Start your day with a steaming plate of ragi idili-dosa.
Made by using finest quality Ragi (Finger millet), washed ,dried & roasted rice,urad dal & Fenugreek.
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 20-24 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.
Here's our special Sprouted Ragi Hot Chocolate Recipe...
It's simple, rich, creamy, comforting and most of all healthy!
Ragi/finger millet is rich calcium, fibre and protein. The easiest way to include in kids diet more Ragi into our diet is with sprouted ragi flour.
Healthy & Nourishing: The chocolate drink mix is a source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, Iron & Calcium with other vital nutrients.
Lovable To Buds: It is a great combination of millet, nuts & cocoa. It gives a chocolate nutty taste.
# No Preservatives #No Artificial Flavours or Colours #No Milk Solids/Powder #No Synthetic Vitamin #No Added Chemicals
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.