Monday, January 18, 2016

Ragi Roti / Keppa roti

Ragi roti / Keppa roti is a popular south Indian dish. It is a very healthy recipe packed with calcium and potassium. we all know about the goodness, it is one of the easy and tastiest way to intake it. This goes well with coconut chutney, definitely it will be a hit recipe in your home like mine:-)

Prep time: 10 mins
Cook time: 20 mins
Total time: 30 mins
Oil - 2 tbsp
Onion - 1, chopped
Green chili - 3
Carrot - 1/2
Cabbage - small piece
Cilantro - few
Ragi flour - 2 cups
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
Water as needed
Step by step pics:

Heat oil in a pan

Add onions in it

Add green chilies and saute till onion turns transparent

Add vegetables in it and saute till it gets cooked well

Transfer everything to a bowl

Add ragi flour and salt

Add water little by little and form a dough

Grease a ziplock bag and flatten the dough, place it on hot tawa

Cook until the color changes on both sides

Ragi roti is ready

1.Heat oil in pan, add onions and green chilies, saute till onions turns transparent.
2. Add carrot, cilantro and cabbage, and saute till it is cooked well.
3. Remove the pan and allow it to cool. Transfer everything to a bowl.
4. Add ragi flour and salt to it. Add water little by little and form a dough.
5. Divide the dough into small equal balls. Grease a ziplock bag and flatten it with fingers.
6. Heat tawa and cook the roti, till the color changes on both sides. Serve warm with chutney.


  1. I'm afraid I am not as knowledgable as I would like to be when it comes to Indian cooking, it's one of my favorite foods and there are so many recipes and variations and ingredients that I just don't know of. Case in point Ragi flour, I have to look that up The roti look wonderful and sounds absolutely delicious.

    1. Of course same feeling here. But its possible to gain knowledge about healthy recipes from our parents.I got this recipe from my mother in law. Thank you for your kind words dear.

  2. Healthy and delicious roti..

  3. It surely looks very tasty! What is ragi flour? Bean flour?