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Ragi Whole 2 lbs., Certified Organic
Eleusine coracana.  Also known as finger millet, African finger millet, red millet, caracan millet, koracan, and ragi Kannada.


 
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Ragi is an ancient grain from India. This grain is small in size and deep brown in color. Ragi is a good source of calcium and dietary fiber. It can add taste and variety to your breakfast table. It is naturally gluten-free and can be used to make many things, including dosa, roti, kitchari, ladoos, upma, and others!

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How to Sprout Ragi

Ragi is easily sprouted. Simply soak overnight in filtered water. Then drain and wrap in cheesecloth. Place a damp towel on top, and place in a warm area of your home. Check after 4 hours to see if they have sprouted. They could take several more hours to actually sprout depending on temperature. Just keep checking.

Ragi Kitchari

To make kitchari with ragi, rinse ½ cup ragi with ½ cup masoor daal lentils until water is clear. Soak for 30 min to 1 hour, then drain. In a pressure cooker, heat 2 TBSP ghee, add 1 tsp whole cumin and allow them to pop. Add ragi and daal, along with 1 tsp turmeric, and pinch of hing powder. Add 2-½ cups of water and pressure cook for 5 minutes. Salt and serve with ghee, lime, yogurt, coconut flakes, and/or cilantro.

What do I do if my ragi is chewy?

Ragi is naturally a little chewy when it's cooked on the stove top. It's a little less chewy if cooked in a pressure cooker. Grinding it will certainly take away the chewiness. You can grind it in a food processor, blender, or coffee grinder. Or if you prefer, you can sprout the ragi first, dry it in the sun, and then grind it.

Ragi Porridge

Bring one cup of milk to low boil.
Add 1/4 cup of rinsed ragi and simmer on low, stirring, until tender and thick.
Remove from heat and rest for 3 mins.
Add one chopped banana (medium size).
Add jaggery to taste (optional).
Serve hot

Ragi Savory Porridge

In a small pan, heat 1 TBSP ghee
Add a seasoning of mustard seed, cumin, asafoetida, and a few curry leaves.
Cook for 1 minute. Then add one cup of water and 1/2 cup of rinsed ragi.
Bring to boil, then turn to low and simmer, covered until tender.
Rest for 3 minutes.
Then top with a spoonful of yogurt and some freshly chopped cilantro leaves.
Serve hot.

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Ragi August 30, 2019
Reviewer: Sophie from Sun City West, AZ United States  
Ragi is great. Love that it is organic!

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Excellent customer support June 27, 2019
Reviewer: lavanya kandala from Apex, NC United States  
I recently got raagi from pure India. I got shipment right on time an quality of the product is very good.

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June 26, 2019
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June 20, 2019
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