Ragi oats masala roti (Finger Millet Spicy Indian Bread):

Ragi masala roti

About:

Ragi roti is a breakfast food in state of Karnataka, India which is nutritious. In this recipe I included oats which makes it rich in fiber, flaxseed /linseed rich in omega-3 with vegetables and a blend of spices.

Health Benefits:

Nutritionally, when ragi is used as a whole grain, it is higher in protein and minerals in comparison to all other cereals and millets. It is a remarkable source of protein, making it perfect for vegetarian diets.
Oats is one of the most nutritious food and one of the easy one to digest. It is rich in calcium and protein and also a good amount of iron and other minerals. It is low in fat most of which are unsaturated fats.

Yields: 9-10rotis
Cooking time: 30mins
Preparation time: 15mins

Ingredients:

  • Ragi flour/Finger Millet flour -1cup
  • Ground oats-1/2cup
  • Rice flour-1/2cup
  • Fine semolina-2tbsp
  • Ground flaxseeds/flaxmeal-2tbsp
  • Grated carrot-1/2cup
  • Grated radish-1/2cup
  • Grated cabbage-1/2cup
  • Finely chopped fenugreek/methi leaves-1/2cup
  • Finely chopped onion-1num
  • Finely chopped chilli/chilli paste- 5-6chillies
  • Garlic paste-2tsp
  • Finely chopped coriander-a handful
  • Oil-to roast rotis

Method:

  • Combine all the ingredients mentioned in a mixing bowl except oil.
  • To this add hot boiled water mix it using sppon and then knead into a soft-smooth dough .
  • Divide the dough to equal portions.
  • Flatten them using your palm on a butter paper/foil.
  • Heat the pan carefully place the rotis drizzle little oil along the sides.
  • After a minute turn to the other side and cook until brown spots appear.
  • Repeat with the remaining portions and serve hot with pickles/dips

Note:

  • Combination of vegetables can be done as per your choice
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About Chitra Jagadish

My passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

Posted on July 14, 2014, in Indian, Main dish and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 24 Comments.

  1. Ragi roti had always been my choice anytime and that with oats nice combination. All fiber content food. You are making me crave ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Yum ๐Ÿ™‚ Where do you get these ideas from. I haven’t heard about half of what you put in your blog and I go to Indian shops search and find them-Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • So sweet of you Charanya…You look into my recipes in detail and appreciate me…It is my dad who give me ideas, who is not on this earth but he is with me..Thanks for your feedback and continue to explore new ingredients…

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  3. I love this. Superb idea of adding grated vegetables to this roti!

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  4. Adding Flaxseed in ragi roti is great thought.all. healthy ingredients put to together:)

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  5. Nice Chitra. Do a guest post for me for sept October ?

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  6. I love Ragi roti, healthy and tasty too. Introducing oats to this is totally creative. But when I prepare ragi rotis it usually gets brittle and hard. May be adding oats will change that. I will have to try and see.

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  7. Sounds delicious! Thanks for the follow. Have a great day.

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  8. I will have to try this! Looks delicious and love all the fiber.

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  9. I have been reading about millet as a wonderful world food we all should be eating more of, so this recipe comes to me at the right time. Thank you! http://www.im4change.org.previewdns.com/latest-news-updates/the-millet-in-your-backyard-vandana-shiva-and-maya-goburdhun-24866.html

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  10. I have to try this one ๐Ÿ™‚

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