Proteins are large organic molecules made up of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and some also sulfur. They constitute 20% of the human body, their presence being essential for growth in children and maintenance in adults, pregnant women and in old age.
The word 'protein' comes from the Greek protos which means first, because it is a basic component in our body, being responsible for muscle formation or tissue regeneration.
They are also present in every cell of your body, and participate in the repair and production of new cells and hormones in the body.Ragi is packed with protein, dietary fibers, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron etc.
What’s more, including ragi to daily diet can not only improve digestion, heart health and bone health, but at the same time it can also boost memory and mental health.
The nutty flavour and delicious texture of Ragi Chapati will take your love for Indian breads to a different level.
Moreover, it’s gluten free composition makes it a great choice for people suffering from gluten intolerance, obesity and diabetes.
1 cup(levelled) wheat flour
1/2 cup(heaped) ragi flour
1 tsp jeera
1 tsp ghee
salt to taste
To a mixing bowl, add wheat flour and set aside.Now roast ragi flour in low flame for 3-5mins without changing the color of the flour.Cool down completely.
Add this flour to wheat flour.Mix well with a laddle.Now add salt and jeera. Add ghee.First mix well with your finger tips. Add water little by little to form a smooth dough.
Rest it for 15 mins.Pinch lemon equal sized balls and roll them to form smooth balls.Place a ball and slightly flatten it, sprinkle flour.
Roll them into slightly thin rotis.Don't make it very thin it will start tearing.Heat tawa, carefully place the roti. Drizzle oil.Once bubbles start forming flip and cook.Cook until brown spots appear here and there.