Ragi Ambali is one of the extremely nutritious and easier to digest breakfast. It takes just couple of minutes to prepare. Health benefits of Ragi Ambali: Ragi is rich in calcium, iron and fiber. It also contains phytochemicals, which aids in slowing down the digestion process. Ragi's high levels of niacin help in increasing HDL cholesterol while lowering Triglycerides. If you are preparing for toddlers you can add more ghee to it. Adding buttermilk to Ambali increases it nutritional value and tastes good too. Please make sure to add the buttermilk once the ambli becomes warm, otherwise it curdles.
Though I love raw carrots, this is the only half cooked carrot dish I used to like as a kid, and the same goes for my kids. They love this simple, quick and easy to make carrot palya. My mother used to make this palya with chapatis (rotis). When I make this Palya as a side dish for chapatis, my kids make a wrap along with some cheese and green chutney, and it makes an awesome roti wrap for them on the go. !Health Benefits are Rich in Antioxidants, Dietary fiber, Rich in Beta carotenes and Vitamin A Rich in many B complex
Curry Leaves are part our south Indian Cooking. It is rich in calcium, iron, and phosphorous, And it is also rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E. It also helps in flushing out the fat from the body. Curry leaves for weight loss is very well known and documented.
Ragi Mudde is a wholesome and staple food in many parts of Karnataka. In this recipe, not only, we will be explaining the preparation of Ragi Mudde, but will be sharing the side dish which my husband's grand mother was preparing. This particular side dish is very popular in north Karnataka.