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ragi mudde



Ragi Mudde, also known as Ragi Ball, is a staple food in the southern parts of India. It is particularly popular in the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Ragi Mudde is made from finger millet flour and water, and is served with sambar, chutney, or yogurt. It is rich in iron, protein, and dietary fiber. Eating Ragi Mudde is known to have many health benefits, including controlling diabetes and aiding in weight loss.

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ragi flour (finger millet)

1 cup


2 cups


1 teaspoon



Step 1:

Boil water in a deep pan and add salt to it.

Step 2:

Lower the flame and add the ragi flour gradually while stirring constantly to avoid lumps.

Step 3:

Cover the pan and let it cook for 2-3 minutes.

Step 4:

Turn off the flame and mix the dough well with a wooden ladle.

Step 5:

When the mixture is cool enough to handle, take a small portion of the dough and make a round ball.

Step 6:

Serve the ragi mudde with sambar, chutney, or yogurt.

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