April 29, 2012

Guest Post - Ragi Balls

     Guessing who is that GUEST !! Its not my co-bloggers or cookery friend. Its my Hubby's GRAND MA, who is well-versed in preparing all these village based traditional food. I am still a KG student infront of her cooking knowledge. When it comes to this recipe, i will always Say NO to "No Ragi Balls".. He he he.. Confusing is it ??!! :) This is the typical traditional food of South India which will be loved by all the villagers and its very healthy too. Especially during summer it is the best substitute for Fresh juice. Without further delay, here it is......


ALL YOU NEED:

Ragi flour 3 cups
Steamed rice 1 cup
Salt To Taste
Water As required

METHOD:
     Take a bowl, add 3 cups of ragi flour add required salt and water and mix it without forming any lumps. Heat wide and heavy bottomed vessel. Pour the ragi flour mixture to it. Give a hard stir* using the churner's back side. Do this process until its become thick, add required salt inbetween. Make sure it SHOULD NOT stick to the vessel. Before you put off the flame, add steamed rice and stir it well, until it mix well with the Ragi mixture. Put off the flame. Allow it to cool for 2 to 3 minutes. Make it as a balls and taste with a Keerai Masiyal or best combo will be Chicken curry. Yummmmmyyyyy ! Mouth watering :)


Sending this for the event guest hosted by Roshini and chairperson Priya :)
Note:*Hard stirring will give best outcome.

    Sending this to Akila's Event - Dish name starts with R


♥ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♥

24 comments:

Lavanya said...

Old is gold n so is this recipe :)
http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

Asiya Omar said...

I used to make this in karnataka style (motha) and I like it very much.

Jay said...

sounds authentic & yummy recipe..;)
Tasty Appetite

Amarendra said...

Its an interesting recipe. Am definitely going to give it a try.

S.Menaga said...

who will say no to this healthy recipe...mouthwatering!!

Sravs said...

Wonderful balls !!

Ongoing event
CC:Spring Seasonal Food

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Yeeeesssssssss Always !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Really ? Like to see the recipe.... :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Jay !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Pls Amarendra.. Let me know ur result too...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Definitely am NOT... :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Sravs.......

Hari Chandana said...

Very nice and healthy recipe.. looks awesome :)
Indian Cuisine

Priya said...

Wat an authentic and healthy nutritious ragi ball,beautiful guest post..

Spice up the Curry said...

so mouthwatering. great recipe

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thank u so much friend !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Priya.....

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks HC :)

Tina said...

first time here....ragi balls looks healthy..following uuuuuu.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks for dropping here. Keep Visiting !

Mahi said...

When I had a chance to enjoy these kind of foods, I didn't like them! Now understood the health benefits of these traditional food items! Thanks to you and your Granny!

BTW, nice to see your comments on my Tamil blog, and thanks for following me!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Traditional food always Rock Mahi !!! Keep Visiting !!

Nilu A said...

I am thrilled to see this recipe.. My MIL used to prepare ragi balls a lot but I couldnt learn from her.. My hubby loves it but I didn’t know how to make this until today.. Thanks a lot Sangeetha for sharing this traditional dish :-)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Nilu: Even i got it from grand ma :)

April 29, 2012

Guest Post - Ragi Balls

     Guessing who is that GUEST !! Its not my co-bloggers or cookery friend. Its my Hubby's GRAND MA, who is well-versed in preparing all these village based traditional food. I am still a KG student infront of her cooking knowledge. When it comes to this recipe, i will always Say NO to "No Ragi Balls".. He he he.. Confusing is it ??!! :) This is the typical traditional food of South India which will be loved by all the villagers and its very healthy too. Especially during summer it is the best substitute for Fresh juice. Without further delay, here it is......


ALL YOU NEED:

Ragi flour 3 cups
Steamed rice 1 cup
Salt To Taste
Water As required

METHOD:
     Take a bowl, add 3 cups of ragi flour add required salt and water and mix it without forming any lumps. Heat wide and heavy bottomed vessel. Pour the ragi flour mixture to it. Give a hard stir* using the churner's back side. Do this process until its become thick, add required salt inbetween. Make sure it SHOULD NOT stick to the vessel. Before you put off the flame, add steamed rice and stir it well, until it mix well with the Ragi mixture. Put off the flame. Allow it to cool for 2 to 3 minutes. Make it as a balls and taste with a Keerai Masiyal or best combo will be Chicken curry. Yummmmmyyyyy ! Mouth watering :)


Sending this for the event guest hosted by Roshini and chairperson Priya :)
Note:*Hard stirring will give best outcome.

    Sending this to Akila's Event - Dish name starts with R


♥ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♥

24 comments:

Lavanya said...

Old is gold n so is this recipe :)
http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

Asiya Omar said...

I used to make this in karnataka style (motha) and I like it very much.

Jay said...

sounds authentic & yummy recipe..;)
Tasty Appetite

Amarendra said...

Its an interesting recipe. Am definitely going to give it a try.

S.Menaga said...

who will say no to this healthy recipe...mouthwatering!!

Sravs said...

Wonderful balls !!

Ongoing event
CC:Spring Seasonal Food

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Yeeeesssssssss Always !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Really ? Like to see the recipe.... :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Jay !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Pls Amarendra.. Let me know ur result too...

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Definitely am NOT... :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Sravs.......

Hari Chandana said...

Very nice and healthy recipe.. looks awesome :)
Indian Cuisine

Priya said...

Wat an authentic and healthy nutritious ragi ball,beautiful guest post..

Spice up the Curry said...

so mouthwatering. great recipe

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thank u so much friend !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Priya.....

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks HC :)

Tina said...

first time here....ragi balls looks healthy..following uuuuuu.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks for dropping here. Keep Visiting !

Mahi said...

When I had a chance to enjoy these kind of foods, I didn't like them! Now understood the health benefits of these traditional food items! Thanks to you and your Granny!

BTW, nice to see your comments on my Tamil blog, and thanks for following me!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Traditional food always Rock Mahi !!! Keep Visiting !!

Nilu A said...

I am thrilled to see this recipe.. My MIL used to prepare ragi balls a lot but I couldnt learn from her.. My hubby loves it but I didn’t know how to make this until today.. Thanks a lot Sangeetha for sharing this traditional dish :-)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Nilu: Even i got it from grand ma :)