Ragi biscuits is a healthy and nutritious finger food which you can give for your kids, babies and toddlers.
This is my little ones favourite. I make this often for her and she loves it. I thought of sharing it with you because many of you have been asking me the recipe when i shared it in my instagram, BTW if you are not following me on instagram, i think you have to follow..So give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.
About this Recipe
Ragi is a highly nutritious millet that looks similar to mustard seeds. Ragi can be easily ground up to make ragi flour, which can then be used to make a variety of Indian dishes such as ragi idli, ragi roti, and ragi sheera. It is high in protein and fibre, and it is gluten-free.
The drought-resistant nature of the crop allows it to grow in a variety of geographical terrains across India. Local names for ragi in Kannada, Hindi, and Telugu, nachni in Marathi, madua in Bengali, and kezhvaragu in Tamil are among those used in India. Ragi is the millet king. There's a reason why farmers eat it as porridge before beginning labor-intensive work in the fields. In South Indian households, it is also given to babies.
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Is ragi biscuits good for weight loss?
Ragi contains a lot of fibre. It helps with weight loss by reducing unnecessary food cravings.
Ingredients for Toddler Ragi Biscuits Recipe :
Ragi or finger millet, is a nutritious cereal crop. However, despite being aware of its nutritional benefits, some people are unable to consume it on a regular basis due to its bitter taste.
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Ragi Biscuits for Babies
- Ragi Flour / Fingermillet flour - 1 cup
- Rock Sugar or Panakarkandu - ½ cup
- Ghee or Melted Butter - ¼ cup
- Milk or Water - 2 tblspn
- Preheat oven to 180 degree C.
- Powder rock sugar and set aside.
- Take ragi flour in a dry pan and roast it on low heat for 5 to 6 mins till the raw smell leaves from it.
- Take all ingredients in a bowl and knead to a dough. Add milk if needed.
- Now roll this between two sheets of plastic wrap.
- Trim of the egdes and cut into squares.
- Remove it carefully using a spatula and place on a foil lined baking sheet.
- Bake it for 15 to 18 mins till golden. It will be soft when you take from oven, it will harden as it cools down.
- Let it cool completely. Store it in an air tight container for many weeks.
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Ragi Biscuits Step by Step
|Take ragi flour in a dry pan and roast on a
low heat for 5 to 6 mins