Ragi malt: How to make Ragi java | Ragi malt recipe2017-02-07
- Cuisine: Indian Recipes
- Course: Healthy Recipes, Healthy Soups, Indian Sweet Recipes, Kids Recipes, No onion and No garlic, Recipes for Toddlers ( 1 to 3 Years), Soup Recipes, Sweets, Veg Recipes
- Skill Level: 30 minutes Recipes, Moderate, Quick and easy recipes
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- Servings : 2-3
- Prep Time : 15m
- Cook Time : 15m
- Ready In : 30m
Ragi java | Ragi malt or ragi porridge recipe:
Ragi malt is a health drink that is a form of porridge. That can be consumed as either a sweet drink or with salt which is good for both children and adults alike. Also known as finger millets, ragi as it is commonly described in India, is a cereal that is known to be healthy due to its high content in iron and methionine. It is one of the most nutritious and healthy cereals as it also contains proteins and minerals and is a good choice for breakfast consumption. Ragi can also be used as a diabetes diet food. With the easy availability of unhealthy foods nowadays, combating a poor diet is crucial.
One of best ways to prepare ragi is in the form of malt. Malt is easy to prepare and has enough nutrition to keep you feeling both full and energised. The total preparation and cook time is only around 6-8 minutes and can be made by almost anyone.
Ragi porridge or java is a tasty health food that everyone will enjoy. This drink is especially beneficial for infants and young growing children.
There are many other ragi java recipe besides recipes that allow ragi to be made with ladoos, dosas and even idlis. For those looking to replace regular porridge with ragi, one can refer to a ragi sweet porridge recipe to find the right combination for preparation. Ragi also helps in reducing weight, controlling diabetes, improving digestion, strengthening bones, relaxes the body and also in reducing cholesterol. In fact, there are endless benefits that ragi has for the human body which is what makes it a favourite among many health conscious individuals of different age groups.
- Ragi flour - 1/2 Cup
- Jaggery - 1/4 Cup
- Water - 2 Cup
- Milk - 1/2 Cup
- Ghee - 1 Tbsp
- Raisins as desired
- Cardamom powder - A pinch
For ragi malt preparation we need ragi powder, make it in home or bought from shop. To make ragi powder at home, take 1 cup of ragi, wash it clean with water, shade dry then grind it into a fine powder.
Mix water with required amount of ragi powder. Stir it well in order to avoid forming the lumps.
Boil a cup of water in a vessel.
Once the water attain boiling contention, add jaggery powder and mix well continuously till it dissolves well.
After dissolving the jaggery, add prepared ragi flour mix.
Add a pinch of baking powder (optional) to enrich the taste.
Pour milk to the porridge and bring it to boil for couple of minutes.
Add raisins. You may ghee fry the raisins before added to the recipe.
Add a pinch of cardamom, stir well to boil.
You can see the glossy thick consistency, at this time add ghee to the recipe.Serve ragi malt in hot or warm condition.