Had to use ragi flour as i still can't find whole ragi grain! I didn't think a photo ofmy dosa would encourage anyone as mine just don't have the visual appeal that yours hav :))! However they taste good! First the batter was too thick and it needed some water to make it work in the pan. Tonight I added some chopped onions to the mixture alon with some garam masala and that was a nice touch.
By the way this is my second post! don't know what happened to the first one!
thanks for all your wonderful recipes!
Nope, I sadly havent found any sources :( --DK
Thanks Asha for linking my Dosa recipe. All the best with your blogging and may the blogging bug catch you with the same ferocity as it did to rest of us :) --DK
Well, then he shouldnt be eating many many things - like vegetables! Did he realize they all are seeds grown into plants?? You are just plucking those plants and cooking them for consumptions...they are living things too! At the end of it (unless your food is a byproduct which does not kill the source like milk), you end up eating some living thing or the other. That's why its simple for me - I do not Vouch vegetarianism in my sight, saying that meat eaters are killing living things - wrong definition for me (since plants are living things too) - I just do not eat things which gives out blood and whose screams of agony can be heard by me....in one way its a good things that humans cant hear plants screaming in pain...!!!! That way I related so much to the movie Avatar where the norm is to say 'I am sorry, may your soul rest in peace' to animals which they kill for food....otherwise they hurt nothing else - be it plants or animals. They hunt to survive.. ..anyways..I wanted to do a consolidated post for Raagi sweetie and put all my ragi in one page. Makes it easier isnt it? But either ways will send in my entry soon....Hugs
Hey Pavani - Lucky you! Gawd! I am so J now ..:). I guess the flour should work...or you can always make the traditional way of making ragi dosa using those sprouted flour.