Ragi Millet Noodles is a hearty South Indian breakfast dish. This can be done for either lunch or dinner. Ragi is the Kannada name for crimson millet, which belongs to the millet family. It is a staple food in Karnataka.
Ragi, also known as Finger Millet, is an annual plant. The earliest evidence of this exhibit may be found in India, notably in the southern parts of the country, specifically in the state of Karnataka.
It’s a popular weight-loss regimen in Karnataka, and it’s also known as the negative man’s protein diet. Making small balls out of flour known as ‘Ragi Balls’ or known as ‘Ragi mudde’ in Kannada (will share the recipe soon) became and continues to be his weight loss plan when he went farming. This is still an important aspect of our weight-loss strategy.
Ingredients For Ragi Millet Noodles
Noodles: Ragi millet flour, whole wheat flour, salt & purified water.
Masala: Pepper, Tomato powder, amchur powder, green chili, cardamom, and bay leaf.
Nutrition Facts Serving size (100g) apx
Calories : 468.91
Calories from Fat: 172.35
Energy Kcal/100g: 364.79
Dietary fiber/100g: 1.2
Iron : 2.24
Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 Calorie diet