Raagi – Finger millet is full of nutrients. Good source of calcium, fiber iron and much more… We can use this raagi in making Ragi rotti, Raagi Ambali, a healthy drink and this Mudde. Ragi Mudde is a wholesome and staple food in many parts of Karnataka.
Ragi is rich in calcium, iron and fiber. It also contains phytochemical, which aids in slowing down the digestion process. Ragi’s high levels of niacin help in increasing HDL cholesterol while lowering Triglycerides.
As I mentioned in my earlier sambar recipes, sambar or huLi is our staple side dish for everyday meal. We prepare the sambar in many different ways and with different vegetables. Each sambar is unique in its taste. Here is the another mouthwatering mixed vegetable sambar recipe
Tomato Rasam / Saru is quick and easy to make with no lentils or dals. It needs very few ingredients yet results in a delicious rasam. This can be consumed as a soup or with rice. This is garlic-free version, but if you like, you can add a clove of garlic while you grind. Rasam or saaru is basically south Indian tomato soup, best during winter days. Try this easy Tomato saaru and I am sure you love it.