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Raagi powder preparation
Published On: 21 Apr 2007
Bengali: Laban / Noone
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Take about 2 ltrs of water and boil.
Slowly add the raagi powder to the boiling water taking care that it would not form lumps by stirring constantly with a big spoon.
Keep it boiling until it forms a medium thick fluid.
Add salt, stir and put off the flame.
Add lemon juice and salt to butter milk.
Add 200 ml of butter milk to 200 ml of thick raagi fluid and take as break fast.
:- Take as much of this as possible every day. Goes down well with hot lime pickle or dry salt fish fry.
The raagi flour had stones ground in it. Is that how raagi flour is?
It is always better to cook the ragi powder the previous night and add curd (or thick buttermilk) and salt the next morning. This will help it to get Vitamin B and provides many other benefits.
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