Ragi Hurihittu (500g)

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About Ragi Hurihittu Ragi huri hittu is an age-old recipe used from ancient times. Way before ready mixes came into existence, people used to prepare this flour-like powder at home. It...

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Ragi Hurihittu (500g)

Ragi Hurihittu (500g)

Rs. 160.00

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About Ragi Hurihittu

Ragi huri hittu is an age-old recipe used from ancient times. Way before ready mixes came into existence, people used to prepare this flour-like powder at home. It can be consumed by diabetics, Weight Watchers, people with dental issues, and kids alike. Rich in calcium which helps in strengthening bones for growing children and aging people, consuming of ragi huri hittu is good for bone health and keeps diseases such as osteoporosis at bay and could reduce the risk of fracture. It controls diabetes, reverts skin aging, battles anemia, helps in weight loss, removes excess fat from the liver and reduces cholesterol levels in the body, provides a relaxing effect on the body, mind, and soul. This is a healthy diet for lactating mothers. Ragi huri hittu is used to make a malt-like preparation. It could be had with hot milk and jaggery for a sweet version or mixed with curd, roasted groundnuts, and salt to taste for a savory version.

Benefits

Rich in Fiber; Packed with Calcium, Good carbs, Amino Acids and Vitamin D.

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FAQ's

What is ragi hurihittu? 

Ragi hurihittu, also known as ragi flour, is a finely ground powder made from roasted finger millet. It is a nutritious and versatile ingredient commonly used in South Indian cuisine.

What are the health benefits of ragi hurihittu? 

Ragi hurihittu is rich in calcium, iron, fibre, and essential amino acids. It supports bone health, aids in digestion, helps manage diabetes, and provides sustained energy.

How can I use ragi hurihittu in my meals? 

You can use ragi hurihittu to make porridge, rotis, dosas, ragi mudde and even baked goods like cookies and cakes. It can also be added to smoothies and soups for a nutritional boost. You can make ragi-based desserts like halwa and laddoo.

Can I use ragi hurihittu for baby food? 

Yes, ragi hurihittu is an excellent choice for baby food. It can be made into a smooth porridge that is easy to digest and packed with essential nutrients for growing babies.

How do I prepare ragi hurihittu porridge? 

To prepare ragi hurihittu porridge, mix the flour with water or milk to form a smooth paste. Cook it on medium heat until it thickens, then sweeten with jaggery or sugar and flavour with cardamom or other spices if desired.

How does ragi hurihittu compare to wheat flour nutritionally? 

Ragi hurihittu is more nutrient-dense than wheat flour, offering higher amounts of calcium, iron, and dietary fibre. It is also gluten-free, making it suitable for people with gluten intolerance.

What is the best way to cook with ragi hurihittu? 

The best way to cook with ragi hurihittu depends on the dish you're preparing. For porridge, cook it with water or milk. For rotis and dosas, mix it with other flours or batters. Experiment with different recipes to find what you like best.