Well well they taste really well 🙂
Why Ragi Flour? Ragi is rich in calcium and Karnataka is the largest producer of Ragi. Need more reason? Naah.
This is how they were served [Pic before baking] Served with Re-fried beans, Salsa and cheese.
You shall need: [Feeds 7-8]
2 cup… Ragi Flour
1.5 cup… Wheat flour
Water to knead
2 tbsp .. Oil
- Mix all the ingredients and make a tight dough [One like pooris]
- Cover and Let it sit for about 10 min on the counter.
- Using a rolling pin and board, roll out thin chapatis.
- Poke them with a fork so that they dont puff up.
- Pre heat an oven to 180C.
- Now cut the chapati in 8 pieces and arrange on baking tray. [I used non stick baking tray]
- Bake for 8-12 min or until they are nice and thick.
- Store in an airtight box.
They can be eaten with any dip of your choice.