Ragi Dosa

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Ragi dosa is a nutritious South Indian pancake made from fermented ragi or finger millet batter. It is a rich source of iron and fiber and is a healthy twist on traditional rice and lentil dosa. Making ragi dosa batter can take a few hours; however, this Ready-to-Cook mix eases the process and allows you to cook and enjoy crispy ragi dosa in a few minutes.



• Mix 100 grams of Ragi Dosa Mix with 1 ½ cup of water to make a smooth batter.
• Keep aside for 5-10 minutes, add little water and mix well, if required.
• Heat a non-stick pan on a medium flame. Sprinkle some water and wipe with a cloth.
• Spread a sufficient dosa batter on the pan and spread it evenly in a circular motion.
• Add oil or ghee on the edges and center of the dosa.
• Roast dosa on both sides until crispy. Remove the dosa from the griddle and serve.
• Serve hot with chutney or other side dishes.

Nutrition Information

Serving Size: 100 Grams | Calories: 370 Cal | Total Fat 5 g: 6% | Saturated Fat 1g: 5% | Trans Fat: 0 Grams| Polyunsaturated Fat :2g| Monounsaturated Fat: 2g| Cholesterol 0mg: 0%| Sodium 5 mg: 0%| Total Carbohydrate 68 g: 25%| Dietary Fiber 6g: 21%| Total Sugars 2g| Includes 0g Added Sugars: 0%| Protein 11g: 22%| Vitamin D 0mcg: 0%| Calcium 10 mg: 0%| Iron 3mg: 15%| Potassium 220 mg: 4%


• Do not rest the prepared batter for a long time.
• Sprinkle a little water on a non-stick pan and wipe with a cloth before making each dosa.

Chef’s Tips

• Serve the ragi dosa with spicy tomato chutney.
• Cook until the dosa turns brown on both sides to enhance its taste.

Serving Suggestions

Serve hot ragi dosa with sambar and spicy tomato or green coconut chutney

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