7 super healthy Ragi breakfast recipes to enjoy in the winter

7 super healthy Ragi breakfast recipes to enjoy in the winter

Winter diet is about heating food. Many foods that are too heavy to eat and digest in the summer are welcome in our winter menu. Ragi is one of the healthiest foods out there and there is no better time that winter to reap its various benefits. Here we have listed some recipes that will help you include this wonderful cereal in the most important meal of the day – breakfast. If you have not tried ragi yet, you should know that it gives a strong nutty flavor to the meals and makes them even better, in every way.

Also known as Finger Millet or Nachni in North India, ragi is touted as a health-beneficial whole grain to be included in one’s diet. Dietitian Dr. Ritika Samaddar says “Ragi has a high nutritional value. It is gluten-free and can easily be included in breakfast meals.”

Here are 7 Ragi recipes to try for breakfast:

1. Ragi Chilla

Do not use besan flour and make your favorite chilla with high-fiber rag flour. The recipe remains roughly the same. Do not forget to add onions and tomatoes to balance the strong taste of ragi. Click here for the recipe.


2. Ragi wheat bread

Bread is still an integral part of the breakfast menu across the globe. If you like your bread healthier, this ragi wheat bread is just perfect. It also has wintergreen – spinach – in it. Click here for the recipe.

3. Yeast pancakes

Pancake is the all-time recipe for breakfast. This winter, make it with rag flour and fill it with sausages, baby grains, mushrooms and peppers. Sprinkle a dip of curd spiced with garlic and black pepper. Click here for the recipe.

4. Ragi Paratha

Can you ever go wrong with a paratha? No, not even with ragi paratha! Make this unhealthy ragi-filled paratha with an equally healthy filling of nutritious vegetables. You can of course customize according to your taste preference. Click here for the recipe.

5. Yeast Cookies

If you like to keep your morning light with only cookies along with your cup of coffee or tea, you can get some nourishment in the form of these ragi cookies. It is also very easy to make these. Click here for the recipe.

6. The yeast of sin

If South Indian cuisine is what you always crave in the morning, this ragi dosa is the best you can treat yourself to. It is fortified with wheat flour and can be enjoyed with your favorite coconut chutney and / or sambhar. Click here for the recipe.

7. Yeast Mudde

This is a popular dish in Karnataka and is considered a healthy meal in itself. It is a ball made with ragimel and served with sambhar or rasam. Click here for the recipe.


So get started making your winter mornings healthy and solid with these ragi recipes.


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