Ragi Mudde/ Finger Millet Ball/ Ragi Ball

This is one of the most preferred food in the state of Karnataka. It is the food which is preferred instead of Rice. Its known for its Strength Properties & highly recommended diet  by doctors to maintain the sugar levels (diabetic patients). Recommended to toddlers in the form of soup to increase the Immunity.

The method of eating is to wet your palm or the fingers (with Sambar or Curry) cut a piece of it dip it inside the Sambar or Curry and swallow (no chewing). It  tastes very good with Little Ghee in Sambar or Curry.

First time you might feel weird but with a constant use you will gradually feel its properties and love to have.

For 3 people:

  •  Finger Millet Flour/Ragi Flour: 1 glass
  • Water: 2 glasses
  • Pour water in a pan, sprinkle 1 tbsp Finger Millet Flour/Ragi Flour (don’t stir)
  • Switch on the stove, keep it in high flame.
  • When it starts to boil (turn to low flame) slowly add ragi flour with constant stirring.
  • Break up any lumps.
  • Close the lid, cook for 5min in low flame.
  • Switch off the flame, mix well.
  • Take medium size dough.
  • Wet your hand & a plate with little water.
  • With the wet hand press the dough against the plate and keep rolling to make it round balls.
Note: Balls should be done when it is hot.

  • Ragi balls are ready to serve with any curry.
  • Dip it in curry & swallow it.

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Swathi said...

Delicious healthy food. Love it.

Priya Suresh said...

Wat a healthy dish..

Torviewtoronto said...

new way to make with ragi flour
looks good

Suhaina said...

i have never heard anything about this.looks interesting... love to try it.. will it be sticky???

Unknown said...


Lovely and healthy dish...Love trying out new dishes with oats and ragi...:)



Madhura Manoj said...

if you don't wet the fingers (with Sambar or Curry) or if you chew it will stick.

Nandita SS said...

The ragi mudde looks delicious. As you said it is definitely an acquired taste :)

Kitchen Boffin said...

this is new to me... looks healthy and filling.. am first time here.. following u..

Namitha said...

Ragi is the synonym for healthy, rt? this is new for me..

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Kurinji said...

Healthy balls...

Santosh Bangar said...

healthy and nutritious dish

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Soumya said...

very healthy and delicious dish

Prathima Rao said...

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Treat and Trick said...

It's new to me but very healthy and delicious..

Sarah Naveen said...

So perfect and yummy!!

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Pushpa said...

Yummy we call it sangiti.

Suja Manoj said...

Healthy dish..new to me,must try this..thanks for sharing dear.

aipi said...

Cute n tempting!

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