Ragi Dosa

Ragi Dosa

Hello, namaste salaam alaikum sat sri akal welcome to another session of be fit be
cool campaign by AAPI American Association of
physicians of Indian origin Dear friends, when i went to these villages they made some really fantastic healthy foods using millets you know this is the
finger millet powder that is what is called Ragi flour you know I earlier made ragi
mollt and all those things are very healthy and one very good thing
about this ragi flour is it once you eat you won’t feel hungry
for a little longer time and so this is ideal to make any of the breakfast preparations here i’m
going to use this ragi flour in this I’m going to add rice flour if you take one cup of ragi flour
just 1/4 cup of rice flour should be good enough in this
you know make a paste of urad dal just soak the urad dal for a three hours and then make it into a
paste you are going to add that also add curd and make this into a batter just the way we make it for dosa batter because we’re going to make Ragi dosa this is becoming thick I’m going to add some water and mix this till becomes like a appropriate consistency for making dosas because we want little bit of aeration this yogurt also will help when you add little
bit of cooking soda into this you can also add a baking powder that’s
you can find so just sprinkle baking soda all around just
don’t drop it like a lump just add it and then just make sure
you whisk it properly this will help this mixture little bit aeriate and your dosaa will come come nice
crispy as well as nice aeriated this is good I just tasted this I did not add salt at all so I’m going to just add you know a
little bit of salt into this now this is ready to become dosas. Now the ragi flour is all ready I’m gonna
make a mixture using some onions you know make sure
that use slice the onions even if you chop its ohk in this we are going to add a green chilli chopped
coriander and sesame seeds, sesame seeds which
you just put in a blender and powder it this is very rich in iron and before you
powder it just make sure you toast the sesame seeds and then powder it. In this you can also add freshly grated a coconut chopped tomato and just mix all of this it’s a very nice
tasty in this we are going to add little bit of salt that should be good so this is the
mixture what we’re going to use as a filling you know in the city’s
you can get letters but in the villages you don’t get so
they make their own concoction which is much better tastier than lot of those salad mixtures just by adding some toasted sesame seeds and coriander mmm !!! Just too good just squeeze in little bit of lemon
juice and this will become perfect making this Ragi dosa
is also very very easy all you need to do is
just make it the way you make your regular
dosas pour in the batter and just spread them that should be good always remember we’re using the non-stick pan and just had half a tea spoon of oil that should be good enough and put
the lid on and that will help it cook easily on top after two minutes just remove the
lid and just make sure your ragi dosa is coming fine and just spread in the mixture of the sesame seed and onions look at
this you know not only the pessure and all
the you know even for this by adding its very little
oil and with this onion mixture this is going to taste fantastic. I’m going to make one more I wanna make it look n roll so that it’s
much easier for me to eat ha ha ha !!! this time I’m gonna make it
slightly thicker that should be enough and then put the lid on and then spread
this onion sesame seed and tomato mixture and make into a roll and eat it, this is
going to be super tasty now after two minutes you know this is all done it’s got a lot of colouring more than I needed just K I’m gonna spread it on one side if you want you can also add garlic into
this now hahaha so you know I’m just going to roll it in and tadum !!!! look at this this is nice and healthy ragi dosa and inside is all this onion and because we added you know
sesame seeds and all that it becomes nice and tasty and the onions with little bit off the
heat they will still remain crunchy along with the tomatoes but they will
be juicy too. WOW !!! look at this mmm !!!! just too good I think I can add more of that onion mixture
and still it tastes perfect . Dear friends always remember just because this is tasty and healthy that doesn’t mean that you can eat as
much as you want just watch out you portion size and you’ll be healthy and that the last
you’ll be fit and cool see you in another session.. Bye Bye Khuda Hafiz ahh, hmm ahh

Dereck Turner

74 thoughts on “Ragi Dosa

  1. Soundarya Srinivasan says:

    Please stop this Philips super chef thing! It's really boring we want vahchef not any boring super chef

  2. Ashleyation says:

    That looked so tasty

  3. ashes0222 says:

    Salaam! I'm your new big fan and look forward to trying many of these recipes. 🙂

  4. Yvonne Brilhart says:

    I think this one better, didn't hear Phillips super something again and again. Advertising is okay but if you say more than five times in one short video. It sounds very annoying

  5. TheCorruptor123 says:

    The moment u stopped doing authentic indian food, ur channel became useless. Ue philips and healthy recipes are nothing but tasteless crap.

  6. jkesar13 says:

    It's seems healthy n tasty too

  7. Rujuta Raval says:

    please mention the proportion of Uaad dal

  8. mary lasrado says:

    quantity of urad dal paste is not clear .Also should the batter be kept for fermenting and how long?

  9. queen bee says:

    Can we have the recipe pls cause i would love to try.

  10. Terrance Maloney says:

    I need a more thorough explanation of what exactly the ingredients are. I didn't know what it was. And the accent is VERY THICK. I could understand better if the Indian accent wasn't so strong. The food looks great but that stuff after the flour….idk what that paste looking substance was.

  11. Girija Mani says:

    What is the proportion for the Urad Daal?

  12. zyxb says:

    Thanks chef ..stuffing raagi dosa great….my mom always use half cup of dosa batter  instead of rice flour and urad dal. It taste as good like this .we can prepare easily and not waiting for soaking and grinding of urad dal

  13. Palakh Jain says:

    im unable to find the quantities in your website

  14. ionaleah says:

    Good recipes with great sound effects

  15. Banu Koundinya says:

    Wahhhhhhhhhhhhh !!!!!! Thanks for giving such tasty recipes ! What's the urad dal measure in Ragi dosa?

  16. ramya pastakia says:

    tried it out today … it was yummyyyyy …..few more of such healthy recipes and ill get the "six pack" abs … 🙂

  17. Ji Hamouch says:

    Is it glutenfri ?

  18. Anita Sinha says:

    ha ha ha you are so cute!!

  19. Lakshmi Gopal says:

    Is urad dhal must? Something instant would be nice

  20. subhi verma says:

    quantity of urad dal paste and curd not clear?

  21. L & L creations says:

    sir can we do with egg instead of onion stuff

  22. Nandu Negi says:

    something new nice & healthy breakfast

  23. JYOTHI r says:

    yummy!! I m going to try for todayz dinner

  24. Lydia DSouza says:

    please advise quantity for urad dal and yoghurt.

  25. Sharmi says:

    How many glüten free flour exists in Indian kitchen?
    Is it possible to make chapati/roti with all of them?

  26. Haleema sajida says:

    hehehe ..t t tadaaoon

  27. Aysa Saik says:

    Wow very nice and l like it's good

  28. Kruthik Ravikanti says:

    Thank u chef

  29. Urooj fatima says:

  30. Madhavi Mangaonkar says:


  31. sheela says:

    always like yr receipes and your commentary makes me laugh alot..happy cooking ..thanks..

  32. subhi verma says:

    Very nice….thanq chef

  33. Ashwini Kale says:

    sir pls told me ragi kya hai

  34. Reena Patil says:

    urad dal paste can be stored in fridge for week or every time fresh batch we need

  35. Ashwini Kale says:

    thanks reena…

  36. raga sudha says:

    very nice

  37. Manju Bujji says:

    is it OK if I won't soak urd dall and still make a paste out of it and add

  38. suruchi kabra says:

    hello chef. ..I made dis Ragi dosa today n it came out very well..thanks for de yummy recipe n want to know can we put eno instead of baking soda n if better becomes thin..how to make bit thicker?

  39. srilakshmi bandi says:

    Nice recipe sir

  40. Francis Baymax says:

    Sir show us how to prepare Raagi Payasam recipe please make a video.

  41. afra syed says:

    My dosa borken into many pieces


    wah chef


    nice racepi

  44. Gopa Chatterjee says:

    Chef …this recipe is just fantastic…I made this today…in breakfast…it's wholesome…

    In dry ingredients, I added 1 tsp roasted cumin powder and 1 tsp deghi mirch powder. This removes the raw ragi flour flavor from the batter.

    In toppings..I added red cabbage along with other veggies mentioned in the video…I added my homemade dried flaxseed chutney powder also with toasted crushed sesame seeds…

    Thank you so much…for sharing this recipe….

  45. ranjan vaghela says:

    so delicious seems. I will try

  46. ranjan vaghela says:

    I tried n done so well n Crispi n tried with chutney. thanks Sanjay😘

  47. ranjan vaghela says:

    is it necessary to add lemon juice? you have used in salad not in the batter.

  48. Ramesh Bhatia says:

    very testy . New variety

  49. udaysri meka says:

    one day mundea batter tayaru chesi nxt day morning use cheyacha?

  50. Kalahasthi Prasanna says:

    what if I don't add uragdal paste??

  51. Sona Ganapathi says:

    what is the measurement for urad dhal.

  52. vatchala saminathan says:

    I tried the roll it tastes delicious. Thanks chef

  53. sai ram says:

    can i make this dosa without adding baking soda…

  54. renuka katam says:

    ragulu nanabetti mixilo veyoocha

  55. sai krupa says:

    is baking soda good for health

  56. Ali Ansari says:

    how much curd and urad dal should be added

  57. Anitha G says:

    I tried this!it came out wonderful and was amazing

  58. sheetal ganesh gariya says:

    What is the proportion of urad daal?

  59. Nazeera Yasmine says:

    crispy dosa😋

  60. L12 Al says:

    its not "salaamwalaikum"😛

  61. uma Kumar says:

    is this roasted ragi powder?

  62. Vanitha Krishnakumar says:

    Arumai Arumai super super

  63. Smita says:

    can I make this dosa without urad dal batter

  64. fatema fyaz says:

    ur too good in explaining and i love ur wife .she is also very sweet i can recollect one of my frnd she is jyst like her . ….very sweet

  65. manisha banetia says:

    The Ragi flour u r using is sprouted ragi flour or…?

  66. Mr. Gans says:

    Nice… But lots of "Just" 🙂

  67. Dinesh kumar says:

    good for health

  68. sravanthi s says:

    Really very yummy

  69. james blond says:

    Can i keep this in the fridge?

  70. Himabindu Behera says:

    Very healthy receipe

  71. NIRMALA DEVI says:

    I tried this recipe it was awesome , and instead of baking soda I soaked poha and grinded it .

  72. Shabeen Sana says:

    Very nice recepie.. gonna try it

  73. Mimi Wong says:

    My Chinese family loves the dosa and filling so much. We have named it the Indian Subway.

  74. rekha p says:

    Hi sir good afternoon . Super dosa sir. I will try it

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