Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets)

this is healthy and good for all. this simple and easy , kids love this millet grains

Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets)

this is healthy and good for all. this simple and easy , kids love this millet grains

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By Renukadevi Kumanan

Published On: 31 May 2015

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20 Minutes
Served : 2
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Step 1 Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets) Recipe

Step 1

Make jaggery dissolves in boiling water and strain keep aside

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Step 2 Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets) Recipe

Step 2

In pan add boiling water, Add jaggery water dry coconut and cardamom

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Step 3 Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets) Recipe

Step 3

Now add raggi flour mix well and turn off

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Step 4 Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets) Recipe

Step 4

Allow to cool for 10 mins

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Step 5 Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets) Recipe

Step 5

Make kollukattai mix with oval shape

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Step 6 Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets) Recipe

Step 6

Now steam in steamer for 10 mins and keep aside

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Step 7 Raggi Kollukattai( Finger Millets) Recipe

Step 7

Now its ready to serve Raggi kollukattai.

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