As I have mentioned in my ragi khichu post, ragi (finger millet) is a rich source of calcium which is good for development of children’s bones. My blog-related stats available with Blogger.com confirm that today’s mothers are well aware of the nutritional benefits of ragi. More and more mothers are searching for ragi recipes for their kids. My ragi porridge recipe has the highest number of pageviews amongst all the posts in my blog. So I was thinking of searching for some more interesting ragi recipes for Devansh and my blog. So when Sandhya sent me this ragi dosa recipe yesterday, it was really a godsend. Thank you so much for this healthy ragi dosa recipe Sandhya. 🙂
Sandhya lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. Her son, Samit, is a handsome young man of two years and five months of age. According to Sandhya, ragi dosas as per this recipe are suitable for children above one year. These nutritious ragi dosas make for a nice breakfast or evening snack item. The following recipe will make 6 medium-sized dosas.
This post was last modified on April 12, 2019 8:06 am
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