“A very happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all the readers of Creative Saga. “
I was thinking of posting this one atleast a few days before the Ganesh Chaturthi , but other priorities kept me away from blogging. But anyway with so many festivals approaching, you can try this one sometime.I actually made them during Janmashtami. Alternatively, you can also make them for your breakfast or your evening time snack. Its quite healthy and so you can make them once in a while for your kids too as they are really delicious!! I have used just some sprouted ragi flour without combining with any of the other flours. Jaggery is used, so a sweetener which is healthy too in comparison with sugar. And the main thing is , they are not fried. I have just cooked them using the appam pan with very little fats. But you can fry them too if you want.
As you already know that I have been using healthy ingredients in my cooking, so have been thinking of various ways to use ragi in my cooking. I have tried spicy adai before and it was delicious.I will post it sometime. I also do want to try a savoury version of the appam or even a healthier verison. Will come up with it soon. Till then enjoy this one and let me know if you try it.
On a sweeter note, the traditional kozhukattai recipes from my blog was featured on Deccan chronicle recently. You can have a look about it here or also in my FB Page where I share all the news with my readers.