Finger millet popularly known as ragi is gaining popularity globally because of its adaptability as well as rich nutrients. It is used in Southeast Asia and Africa for centuries. Ragi flour can be used to make varieties of dishes. Traditional finger millet ball is popular dish in Southern region of India. Ragi bread, buiscuits, dry papadams, rotti, bread, ragi malt drink and cereal are some of the ragi based food products. Ragi idli is breakfast item which is health and low in calories.
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