Thursday, August 01, 2013

Sweet Ragi Adai/Kezhvaragu Inipu Adai

As promised, i m here with the recipe for the Sweet Version of the Ragi Adai/Pancake. This can be served for breakfast or as a snack.This Sweet Pancake makes a healthy after-school snack for kids. 
Ingredients
2 Cups Ragi Flour
2 Cups of Powdered Jaggery
1.5 Cups Water
4-5 Cardamom Pods, Crushed
1 Cup Freshly Grated Coconut
10 nos Almonds, Powdered
10 nos Cashew nuts, Powdered

Method
  • Boil the 1.5 Cups of Water, add the Powdered Jaggery to it. Let the JAggery melt, Strain for impurities and Keep aside, let it cool until use. 
  • Take the Ragi Flour in a large bowl. add the powdered cardamom, Powdered Nuts, grated coconut, Mix well. 
  • Add the jaggery water, little by little and form a dough. The entire Jaggery water might not be used for the dough, there might be a 1/2 cup of jaggery water left.
  • Divide the Dough into ping pong size balls. Using a banana leaf, pat the ball into a flat disc. Heat a Tava, Invert the banana leaf with the disc-side down on the hot skillet and peel-off the banana leaf slowly.
  •  Cook on both sides, using little ghee. Serve Hot. Since it is a sweet adai, this doesn't need any condiment, if you still want some, serve with sliced banana and honey on the sides.
Packing this to SIC - Event happening @ Nivedhanams, Event by Anu's Healthy Kitchen, Healthy Bite Event happening @ Ammaji's Recipes

11 comments:

  1. I'm a health-freak. I've bought some Ragi flour recently, but was at a loss about making any dish. I'll give it a try. How long does it take to be cooked ? It'll be very helpful if you provide some more recipe using ragi. Thanks a lot

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    1. Great to hear Mili, sure will be posting some more recipes using ragi flour. The Adai takes 2-3 minutes to cook well on both sides,just like our Roti.

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  2. Wow, that looks so yummy.. Loved those homely step wise pics.. Healthy adai !

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  3. yummy and awesome tempting ragi sweet adai.

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  4. Will try out when I am in India.. we don't get ragi flour in Brazil.

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  5. Needless to say how i love this sweet ragi adai,u r pulling me to make some soon.

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  6. Mouth watering healthy adai! Thanks for the step by step instructions!!

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  7. delicious and very tempting!!! Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!

    Sowmya

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Thanks a Lot for taking your time out and Visiting my Kitchen!!!!! Your Valuable Comments keep me going!!! Feel free to ask your doubts , i will definitely try reply you back. Good Day!!!

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