|1.||Ragi flour / ragi hittu / finger millet flour / nachni flour / mundal flour / kezhvaragu flour / ragulu flour 1 cup|
|2.||Water 2-1/4 or 2-1/2 cups|
|3.||Accessory: Wooden spatula|
tablespoons of ragi flour with 1/2-cup
of water in a utensil.
the remaining water to an aluminum or thick-bottomed utensil.
Bring the water to boil.
Add salt to taste (optional) to the water.
ragi flour-and-water mixture of Step 1 to the
boiling water, stirring continuously.
Bring the mixture to boil.
the remaining ragi flour to the boiling mixture when it rises
to the rim of the utensil.
Do not mix. Leave the wooden spatula inside the utensil.
Simmer for 3-4 minutes.
the utensil tightly with a cloth or a pot
holder with one hand.
Hold the ragi flour mass with the spatula and transfer about 1/2-cup
of liquid to a utensil.
the utensil tightly and stir the ragi flour with the spatula till
the ragi flour mixes completely.
Add the mixture you kept aside in Step 5
to the side of the utensil, so the mixture reaches the bottom.
Wait till it starts to boil.
the paste and mixture till this combination becomes an uniform
paste without lumps.
another sharp-edged spatula in water and scrape the paste.
Flatten the surface of the paste with a wet hand.
the utensil with a tight plate.
Continue to cook in sim mode for another 2-3 minutes.
Touch the mixture with a wet finger. if it does not stick to it, the mixture is cooked. Otherwise, cook for some more time.
The cooked mixture will also have a glossy or shiny surface.
off the stove. Leave the utensil on the
stove for a few minutes.
Mix the mixture again.
water on a wooden cutting board or oil a steel plate.
portion of the paste
wet spatula and place the paste on the cutting board.
Wet your hand and roll the paste into a ball on the cutting board.
Repeat the above procedure and make additional balls.
Soft ragi mudde or soft ragi ball is ready.
hot with sambar and side dishes like instant lemon pickles
onion, cucumber and
|TIPS||How to make Soft Ragi Mudde?|
|1.||While stirring the paste, if you find it to be too soft, add little ragi flour, cook for 1-2 minutes on low flame and stir well again.|
|2.||Add more water to get softer muddes and less water to get hard muddes.|