Kezhvaragu sweet adai with Banana/ Ragi Sweet Adai with Banana

 Ragi Sweet Adai with Banana :
      
       Traditionally this is made with the ingredients listed below, except the banana. I've added banana to add some flavour to the regular adai, to make the adai more rich in dietary fiber. This is better as a good breakfast as this feels heavy and filling which is what needed for a healthy everyday breakfast also this is perfect for the people who is on a diet as well. Hope u guys like it..








































































































 Ingredients:

  1. 1 cup, Ragi flour  
  2. 1/3 - 1/2 cup powdered Jaggery, add acc to taste
  3. a pinch of cardamom powder
  4. 1/2 banana, I used Malai Vazhaipazham, the one in pics
  5. a pinch of salt
  6. 2 tbsp of shredded coconut
  7. Water as needed
  8. Ghee or oil to drizzle

Instructions:

  • Add 1/4 cup water to the powdered jaggery and dissolve on a low flame. Filter the syrup and collect into a bowl.
  • Add the Ragi flour,to a bowl and add the remaining ingredients except the jaggery syrup like cardamom powder, a pinch of salt, banana, shredded coconut and combine well with the flour. Mash the banana properly and blend with the flour. Now slowly add the jaggery syrup to the batter and start mixing it. The batter should not be watery. It should be thick like dough to form patties. If u feel, the batter is watery, add little more flour and adjust the consistency.
  • Heat a dosa pan with a drop of ghee or oil and put it in a low flame. Mean time, make a big handful of the prepared adai dough, place on the parchment paper or a banana leaf  and start patting the dough to form a nice round adai. U may make it slightly thick, it's one's choice.
  • Transfer the adai to the dosa pan, cook for few minutes until the exposed part gets cooked. Later flip the adai to the other side and drizzle drops of ghee or oil on the sides and on top, cook again for few minutes until it is cooked thoroughly. Remove the adai from the hot stove and serve hot. Repeat the process for the remaining dough. Serve hot else it would turn little hard as it cools down.
 
 Notes:
 
  • I've added little bit of powdered jaggery to the dough as it gives more taste when melted. U may also add the powdered jaggery as such without making a syrup, as it will melt when making the dough cos of the warmth from the hand.
 





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How To Make Ragi Adai with Banana

Prep Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 5 - 10 mins | Serves : 3 to 4 | Cuisine : Indian

Author : Shanavi | Copyright : www.kitchensecretsandsnippets.com

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Ingredients: 
  1. 1 cup, Ragi flour  
  2. 1/3 - 1/2 cup powdered Jaggery, add acc to taste
  3. a pinch of cardamom powder
  4. 1/2 banana, I used Malai Vazhaipazham, the one in pics
  5. a pinch of salt
  6. 2 tbsp of shredded coconut
  7. Water as needed
  8. Ghee or oil to drizzle

Instructions:
  • Add 1/4 cup water to the powdered jaggery and dissolve on a low flame. Filter the syrup and collect into a bowl.
  • Add the Ragi flour,to a bowl and add the remaining ingredients except the jaggery syrup like cardamom powder, a pinch of salt, banana, shredded coconut and combine well with the flour. Mash the banana properly and blend with the flour. Now slowly add the jaggery syrup to the batter and start mixing it. The batter should not be watery. It should be thick like dough to form patties. If u feel, the batter is watery, add little more flour and adjust the consistency.
  • Heat a dosa pan with a drop of ghee or oil and put it in a low flame. Mean time, make a big handful of the prepared adai dough, place on the parchment paper or a banana leaf  and start patting the dough to form a nice round adai. U may make it slightly thick, it's one's choice.
  • Transfer the adai to the dosa pan, cook for few minutes until the exposed part gets cooked. Later flip the adai to the other side and drizzle drops of ghee or oil on the sides and on top, cook again for few minutes until it is cooked thoroughly. Remove the adai from the hot stove and serve hot. Repeat the process for the remaining dough. Serve hot else it would turn little hard as it cools down.


Cheers,
Shanavi 






7 comments:

  1. Looks super yum!! Mom too makes something similar, but without banana!!! :)

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  2. Wat a healthy food, highly nutritious and delicious.

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  3. Sweet and yummy breakfast..healthy adai

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  4. wonderful breakfast ada that is healthy too

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  5. Yummy one.. Healthy too.. Like the twist with the banana :)

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