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Nutrition : rAgi-curds drink

We first tasted this delicious drink at R.K. beach in viśAkhapaTnam.

Now this is my new morning cuppa in place of coffee.

Put some water on a stove and mix the rAgi powder into it as you warm it. 169 more words

Ancient Indians

Nagli Papad

We are one of the leading prominent processors and suppliers of Nagali Papad / Nachni papad (Ragi Papad). We use very natural process to make it, these papads are processed using best quality ingredients, and are free from contamination, and highly nutritious. 88 more words

Nachni

Nagli Idli

Ragi Idli Dosa, whole ragi idli, dosa, finger millet idli dosa is healthy, vegan, diabetic friendly breakfast recipe and it’s also good for weight watchers. One of the most popular and easy available millets has be ragi also known as finger millet, Nachani in hindi, Ragula in telugu, Ragi in tamil, telugu, kannada, Panji Pullu in malayalam, Nagli in marathi & gujarati, Mandhuka in punjabi, Marwa in bengali and Mandia in oriya. 143 more words

Nachni

Nagli Dosa

Here is a lovely,yummy recipe with nutrition & variety

INGREDIENTS :

2 cups nacahni atta(available in all supermarkets )
1 cup sour curds
2 tablespoons oil & a pinch of aesofotida,soda-bi-carb & salt. 77 more words

Nachni

Nagli/Nachni/Ragi Bhakari

Bhakri is the local name given to any flatbread made of gluten free flours. So we have nachni chi bhakri (red millet flatbread),. A good bhakri will be only about 2mm thick and will puff like a pita when placed on fire. 10 more words

Nachni

'Super Grain' for a Super Summer Breakfast!Nagli Ambil/Ragi Kanji

Nagli Ambil (Ragi Kanji) is a quick,rustic porridge made from Nagli/Ragi/Finger Millet flour, usually served for breakfast in many parts of Maharashtra.

The nutritive benefits of Nagli are well known since ancient times. 309 more words

Health And Nutrition

First blog post

SELF ESTEEM

I was born on night of the winter solstice in 1962.A day with the longest night every year and of course, shortest day.The first grandchild to two large families,I was welcomed on that cold December night in St Martha’s hospital Bangalore by a host of delighted young aunts and uncles.An enthusiastic 19-year-old relative pedaled furiously through the dark deserted roads to inform  grandparents and grand-aunt in Jayanagar and Basavangudi. 377 more words

Bangalore