Monday, January 27, 2020

Baragu /Proso Millet Rava Dosa

Baragu / Proso millet is one of the healthy grain from Millet family. I have tried Rava Dosa using Baragu here. It can be crispy or soft the way you decide to have.


I have used little coconut, Baragu /proso millet, rava and little wheat flour. 
Now most of the people know that millets are healthy grain and helps us to lead a good healthy life. It is good for diabetes, helps to control blood pressure in our body. No carbs and they are gluten free.
Let us see the recipe now :
Baragu /Proso Millet - Rava dosa is yummy to have and the coconut adds to nice aroma to dosa.
Good for all age group. Good and healthy breakfast food and as evening food also.

Ingredients :

Baragu/Proso Millet : 1 Cup
Pepper Pods : 5 to 6 
Rava /Semolina : 1/2 Cup
Wheat flour : 3 to 4 Tbs
Coconut : 1/2 Cup
Salt : As required 
Oil : 4 to 5 Tbs  


       Method :      

1. Wash and soak Baragu for 2 to 3 hours.


2. Grate 1/2 cup of coconut and grind soaked Baragu with little water. 


3. Add pepper pods while grinding. . Take it out from the mixi jar and put it to a bowl.


4. Add Rava/Semolina and mix it well.


5. Add 3 to 4 tbs of wheat flour and mix all the ingredients nicely.


6. Add required water and bring the batter  consistency to rava dosa (more liquidy) consistency.


7. Keep a pan on the fire and heat. Add a tsp of oil on hot tava and clean it with tissue or clean cloth.
8. Take a ladle of batter and spread it on the hot tava. Sprinkle some oil on the top, cover and cook.


9. Cook on both sides and take it out from the tava.

10 Baragu/Proso millet Rava dosa is ready to serve. (Soft dosa).
11. If you want soft dosa cook dosa on medium and low  flame and take it out as soon as it is cooked. 



12. If you want crispy dosa, let the flame be very low, cook till they turn crispy.

Ready to serve Baragu/Proso Millet Dosa

Note

Adding coconut while grinding helps to soften the dosa texture. It also adds to the taste.
Adding onion to this batter is optional.
See that the batter has correct consistency. If too watery it does not come out from the pan.
If it is too thick it patches while you prepare dosa.
Time : Soaking Baragu : 3 Hours + Grinding : 10 minutes or less + preparing dosa : 
30 Minutes.
Serves : 2 to 3 . 
                                                                                             

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