This is my all time favourite breakfast on days when I get up late and don’t have enough time to make an elaborate meal. I sometimes add 2-3 tsp of grounded dry fruits powder to make it more nutritious.
- 1 Take a broad bowl, add the ragi flour and cold water/milk and mix till all the lumps are gone.
- 2 Add jaggery/dry dates powder, elaichi powder, dry fruits powder (optional).
- 3 Cook on a medium flame for 5 mins.
- 4 Ensure you continuously stir while cooking to ensure the porridge does not stick to the bowl and does not form lumps.
- 5 The porridge will thicken and begin to boil.
- 6 Keep aside to cool and serve warm.
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