Homemade Ragi Powder Recipe
Ragi is one of the nutritious foods for babies and can be started for babies after 6 months
Ragi or Finger Millet 1 kg
Soak the Ragi for 12 hours.
Wash the Ragi well in running water.
Take the Ragi in a white cotton cloth and make a potli.
Keep the potli in a cool place.
It will take atleast 12 hours for the sprouts to grow.
After you see the sprouts, transfer the ragi to a plate.
Dry them in shade for 5 to 6 hours till they are completely dry.
Dry roast the sprouted ragi in a kadai.
Let it cool.
Grind them to a fine powder either with blender at home or in a commercial mill.
If you are using the blender at home, seive the ragi powder several times to get a fine powder.
For making a porridge, mix 2 tablespoon of ragi in water without lumps, boil over medium flame till the ragi powder is well cooked. Fruit Purees can be added for sweetness.
For making a porridge, mix 2 tablespoon of ragi in water without lumps, boil over medium flame till the ragi powder is well cooked.