READY IN 20 Minutes
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Ingredients
to make Ragi Dosa
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    Directions
    to make Ragi Dosa
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  • 1)Mix together both the flours, chillies and salt.
  • 2)Add water and make it into a dosa batter.
  • 3)Pour 1 ladle full of the above batter onto a hot dosa tawa.
  • 4)When Ragi Dosa is brown in colour, remove it.
  • :- Ragi Dosa is ready.
  • :- Serve Ragi Dosa with hot chilly chutney or onion chutney.

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    Parvathy
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    This sounds good... but had a doubt, that is can this reciepe used instantly,or once the dosa batter is made do we wait for a period before actually putting the batter on the tava
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    aparna
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    have to pour fast it will be crispy this way. thanks for the recipe
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    Asha Shaji
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    I havent tried it yet ...but i`m sure it will be good enough as ragi is packed with all the nutrition.I am going to make it fo rmy 3.5 yr old son. Looking forward to more nutritious recipes. Thanks Asha Shaji
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    Raj Narimetla
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    Almost 2 decades later, I am going back to my traditional Ragi recipes. Ragi recipes are excellent. I would love to have Ragi Sankati and Ragi Dosa and thnaks for your recipe and re-assurance on the usage of Ragi. Thanks a lot.
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    Roshni
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    My One yr old loved it! thanks!
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    Lakshmi
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    How can fresh ragi be used instead of ragi flour?
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    Raksha Sandeep
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    Awesome recipe for ragi dosa! very simple and fast to cook.
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    seema
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    posted in wrong category, ragi dosa is recipe from karnataka, ragi word itself is a kannada word and in malyalam it is called as Panjapul or kooravu.
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