Saturday, November 8, 2008

Ragi Sangati with Pachi Mirapakaya Pappu

RM#2 Day 8
Ingredients:

For Raagi Balls:
Ragi Pindi/Millet flour-1cup
Rice-1cup
Salt to taste
Water-4cups
For pachi mirapakaya pappu:
Tur dal-1cup
Green chillies-2nos(cut into half)
Tomato-1medium no.
Turmeric a pinch
Salt to taste
For Seasoning:
Mustard seeds
Urad dal seeds
Crushed garlic-4no.
Curry leaves
Finally chopped onion-1no.

Preparation:
For Ragi Sangati
1.Clean and soak rice for 15 mins.
2.Take water in a bottom kadai, bring it boil. Once the water starts boiling, add the drained rice and salt. Cover and cook the rice until the grains are soft.
3.When the rice is cooked and soft, just add the ragi flour into the kadai.
4.Cover the kadai and let it cook on sim heat for few mins, until the steam lifts the plate covering the kadai.
5.Remove the cover and using a roll pin or any pappu guthi stir the mixture thoroughly until you see no lumps.
6.Sim it to cook for 10 mins, Now comes to make the balls or mudda.It will be hot while making balls.so take water in another bowl,dip ut hands in that water and make balla/mudda.
7.Otherwise allow to cool just 5mints and then make balls.If you think u can't handle that much hot.

For Pachi Mirapakaya pappu:
1.Clean and wash turdal and keep aside.
2.Take a pressure cooker,add dal,greenchillies,chopped tomatos and turmeric.Add required water and pressure cook for 3 whistls.
3.Once the pressure comes out ,add salt and smash it with pappu guthi well.
4.Heat a pan with oil,add seasoning ingredients,once they start frying add smashed dal and cook for 5mints with closed lid.
5.Finally serve Ragi mudda with pachi mirapakaya pappu.Really it will be tasty...

This beautiful Friendship Award is passed by dear Divya M to all RM#2 runners....Thanks a lot divya.

And I would like to pass this award to Uma,Priya,Ramya,vidhya
RM Runners:
1. DK 2.Siri3.Srivalli4.Ranji5.PJ6.Curry Leaf7.Medha8.Priya9.Bhawna10.Raaji11.Ruchii12.Anu13.Kamala14.Roopa15.Divya Kudua16.Rekha17.Divya M18.Lakshmi19.Raaga20.Lakshmi Venkatesh21.Sripriya22.Viji23.Kamalika

16 comments:

Uma said...

Wow, raagi sankati, pappu best combination kadaa! looks so good Pavani. Congrats on your award and thank you so much for thinking about me dear!

Priya said...

Ragi Sangati Seems healthy Pavani..yummy pappu,both goes awesome together..healthy food!!

Priya said...

Thanks for passing ur friendship award dear..happy to have u as my friend..

Bhawana said...

congrates for the award Pavani. and lovely post for today. I can make it for sure.

Madhu said...

Ragi Mudde are always the best, I never made them adding rice. looks comforting.

Cham said...

Hey I never had one with rice and ragi (sangati) :) But i bet it is excellent combo!

anudivya said...

Congrats on your award!
This is the first time I am hearing about raagi balls. How do you eat it? What texture is it?

rekhas kitchen said...

woooow ragi mudda ummm yummy insted of rice i use upma rava super combo noruoorutundi yummmmm

Srivalli said...

That looks great pavani...good going!

Divya Kudua said...

Is it similar to Ragi Mudde,a Karnataka speciality...??Have heard about it a lot,but never tried..;-)

vidhas said...

Ragi is healthy. Looks great. Kindly collect your award from my blog :-)

G.Pavani said...

thank u so much each n every for ur valuable n sweet comments

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

My friend talks about it so much. Happy to have the recipe for the millet balls.

Roopa said...

I have had thes eonly once at my aunts place, it was very unique I remember, its come out very well for you:)

Roochi said...

waaaaaaaw...pavani i like this a lot. i wanna have this now. Reminds me of my mom's preparation. I shall try this out, my hubby is from chn and has never tasted this. i shall follow your recipe and make this sometime soon. Roochi

Restaurant in Laxmi Nagar said...

That is delicious and so healthy!!! thanks for sharing this authentic and tasty dish!!
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