Ragda is a famous street food of
. It is served with patties, samosas, cutlets and so on.. It is also served separately as a chaat. Today I made this as a side dish for my ragi roti India
Ingredients for the Ragda:
Dry white peas -1 cup(soaked overnight)
Onion -1 (finely chopped – reserve 1 tbsp for garnish)
Tomatoes – 2 (finely chopped – reserve 1 tbsp for garnish)
Ginger and garlic - 1 tsp each (finely chopped)
Fresh Coriander - 3 tbsp (finely chopped – reserve 1 tbsp for garnish)
Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
Bay leaf - 1
Everest Chole masala - 1 tsp
Chilli powder - 1 tsp
Turmeric powder - ½ tsp
Tamarind paste - 1/4 tsp
Tamarind paste - 1/4 tsp
Dry mango powder - pinch
Chaat masala - pinch
Water - 1 cup (Use the water in which peas was cooked)
Oil - 1 tbsp
Salt as reqd
Pressure cook the peas with ½ tsp salt for about 2 whistles reserve the water and keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan, add cumin seeds and bay leaf once it cracks add onion and sauté it well.
Now add the ginger n garlic mix well and add the tomatoes stir well and close the lid.
After 3 min remove the lid add the tamarind paste, chole masala, chilli powder, turmeric powder, mango powder, chaat masala and salt.
Add the peas, water and let it cook for 5 mins.
Transfer the radga to the serving dish, add lemon juice and garnish with chopped onion, chopped tomato and cilantro.
Ingredients for Ragi roti:
Ragi flour - 1 cup
Wheat flour – ½ cup
Salt - pinch
Oil - 1 tsp
Water as reqd
Oil - 1 tsp
Water as reqd
Knead all the ingredients divide the dough roll the rotis and cook on non stick tawa on both the sides.
Serve the ragda with the garnishing and enjoy!!!
Ragda is like THE most tasty mumbai chaat! :) Looks good.ReplyDelete
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Sounds healthy n delicious. Yummy. Nice combo.ReplyDelete
I had chole today in my lunch :-) I love this for evening snacks also ..ReplyDelete
ragda with ragi roti is a healthy combo indeed. nice recipeReplyDelete
Never tried Ragada so far,sounds yummy!ReplyDelete
both recipes looks gr8!! love ur new template also..ReplyDelete
wow...that looks so delicious n yummy...bookmarking it :-)ReplyDelete
This's such a healthy scrumptious spread. That ragda is really tempting, need I say how much I love this!ReplyDelete
I am really inspired by your ragi dosa. I am bookmarking this. thanks kalpana for sharing.ReplyDelete
my fav, looking deliciousReplyDelete
sounds healthy...nice combo...looks yummy.ReplyDelete
yummy and looks soooo tempting....ReplyDelete
very tasty and detailed recipe.ReplyDelete
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both recipes are awosome, super healthy tiffinReplyDelete
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I love ragda or ghugni as is known in Bengali. just making it tonight for dinner. love your clicks,ReplyDelete
Ragada looks mouthwatering... I could have it anytime...ReplyDelete
Wow,am just drooling over those incredible dishes..ReplyDelete
healthy n tasty combo...ReplyDelete
Pairing ragda with ragi rotis is a fab idea,..Looks yummyyy!!!ReplyDelete
That looks great. Thanks for visiting me and for your nice words :)ReplyDelete
Perfect combo, healthy and delicious.ReplyDelete
hi kalpana, many thanks for your visit, hope you come again.. very nice looking dish, i like its spicy flavor..have a nice dayReplyDelete
That close up shots are making me to grab food from the screen....so drool worthyReplyDelete
Thank You for the ragi roti recipe-- new to meReplyDelete
YUM!! Spicy looking chaat looks delicious n inviting!!ReplyDelete
I have never tasted Ragda..looks delicious. Will give it a try sometime.ReplyDelete
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can imagine the flavours; must have tasted swellReplyDelete
Lovely combo,looks very delicious and inviting too...ReplyDelete
Absolutely mouth watering and yummy dish.ReplyDelete
Never tried this combo... looks so refreshing & tasty :)ReplyDelete
Looks great. I don't know why have not I tried ragi flour when it is gluten free.ReplyDelete
Nice recipe! I love ragda but have never made it, I'll have to try your version. Thanks also for the kind comment!ReplyDelete
Delicious and healthy meal.ReplyDelete
Delicious and tempting dish..nice recipe..ReplyDelete
Roties with ragi is new to me and yours look so delicious so does the ragdaReplyDelete
delicious looking flavours and mealReplyDelete
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Wonderful dish. Looks delicious and tempting.ReplyDelete
I loved this ragda and ragi roti recipe. This looks yummy and since I have eaten this several times at my friends' places, I know that the recipe is awesome!ReplyDelete
Ragda is one of my fav chaat but didn't tried so far,yours sounds so yummy..,loved your ragi roti..thanks for sharing !!ReplyDelete