How to make Ragi Porridge with Ragi Powder | Ragi Kanji Sweet Recipe

How to make Ragi Porridge with Ragi Powder | Ragi Kanji Sweet Recipe

Wondering how to make Ragi Porridge with Ragi Powder? This Ragi Kanji sweet recipe is EXTREMELY SIMPLE & quick to make. In this video we have used sprouted finger millet flour.

This quick-to-make, tasty Ragi Porridge (or Finger Millet Porridge) is a healthy breakfast recipe to kick-start your day. Using raw cane sugar instead of refined white sugar makes it even more healthy and tasty too!

If you are looking for more millet based recipes, do check out this playlist too!

The ragi nutritional value is very high. Here are some finger millet nutrition facts… as Ragi is rich in fibre and low in carbohydrates as compared to rice, ragi porridge (and other ragi recipes) are ideal for weight loss too! This is also one of ways of how to use millets for diabetes

The ingredients of this sprouted ragi powder recipes are as follows:
1. Ragi flour – 4 table spoons
2. Raw cane sugar/ Jaggery – 2 table spoons or according to taste
3. Grated fresh coconut (optional) – 2 table spoons
4. Soaked groundnuts ( optional) – 2 fistfulls
4. Milk cold (optional) 1/2 cup
5. Water – 4 cups

I would recommend that you should consider use of organic ingredients from the point of view of health and well-being of yourself and your family. If you choose to use organic ingredients, you could consider sourcing it from Bio Basics at the link given below:

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