Search All Recipes

This Month Special
Arrow Kuchchida Kadabu - Sweet and Khara
Arrow Oats Dry Fruits Ladoo
Arrow Nagarapanchami Laddoo - Fried Gram Softy Laddoo
Browse Categories
Arrow Awards & Announcements (3)
Arrow Breakfast (63)
Arrow Cakes, Cookies & Brownies (13)
Arrow Chats (13)
Arrow Chutney Powders/Pudi (3)
Arrow Chutneys (18)
Arrow Curries/ Sambar/ Rasam (24)
Arrow Cutlets (5)
Arrow Dosa (11)
Arrow Fryums/Papads (4)
Arrow Gojju Powder (1)
Arrow Jams (3)
Arrow Juices/Lassi (17)
Arrow Low Calorie Diet Foods (23)
Arrow Lunch Box (32)
Arrow Masala Powders (1)
Arrow Microwave Dishes (10)
Arrow OTG dishes (14)
Arrow Palya/Sabzi/Gojju (41)
Arrow Pickles/Thokku (1)
Arrow Pizzas (3)
Arrow Post Pregnancy/Banantana foods (2)
Arrow Quick Recipes (76)
Arrow Rice/Pulav (25)
Arrow Rotis/Parathas (15)
Arrow Salads (4)
Arrow Sambar/Rasam Powders (5)
Arrow Snacks (56)
Arrow Soups (6)
Arrow Sweets/Laddoos/Halwa (23)
Arrow Thambuli/Raitas (9)
Arrow Traditional Adige (53)
Arrow Without Fire (14)
Quick Guide
Arrow Most Popular Recipes
Arrow Recent Comments
Arrow Essential Tips
Recent Recipes
Arrow Ragi Dosa Batter
Arrow Palak Dal - Dhaba Style
Arrow Kootu powder
Arrow Heerekayi Kootu
Arrow Flaxseeds Chutney Pudi
Arrow Palak Green gram dal dosa recipe
Arrow Jeera Rice
Arrow Halbai - Rice
Quick Guide
Arrow Weight Loss
Arrow Kitchen Tips
Arrow Home Remedies
Arrow Recent Comments

All Recipes > BreakfastPosted On: Wednesday, April 4, 2012
This page has been viewed 19394 times

6 friend(s) like this

         Ragi Rotti

Ragi or Millet(Finger Millet) is regularly used in the South Indian kitchens. It's in fact the staple diet in many villages across South India. This is the another version of Ragi Rotti presented here.

ragi roti


1. Ragi Flour - 2 cups

2. Onions - 2 (Finely chopped)

3. Grated Coconut - 1 small cup

4. Salt to taste

5. Green chillies - 3 chopped

6. Coriander leaves - 2 tsp (finely chopped)


1. Take a large bowl, Mix Ragi flour, onion, chillies, grated coconut, coriander leaves. Add salt for taste.

2. Add water little by little mix to form a thick dough

3. Add little oil the kadai (pan) and grease it around the kadai (pan).

4. Take a handful of dough and  pat evenly on the kadai in a circular motion.

5. Make holes in between the rotti and put oil around.

6. Now place it on the flame and cover it with a lid. Cook on both sides.

7. Ragi Rotti is ready to serve.

Serve Ragi Rotti with butter/Ghee along with chutney or curds.

6 friend(s) like this
Tags: Ragi Rotti, ragi, rotti, Finger Millet Rotti

Freelance Jobs

You might also like:

Cabbage Paratha

Kanji - Rice Kanji

Sweet Dosa

Ukkarisida Akki Rotti/ Softy Rice Roti

Leave Your Comment

Find programmers and grapic design experts at