Sprouting ragi is a nutritious way to eat ragi. You can use ragi sprouts in many recipes fresh, or also dry and grind into sprouted ragi flour.
- Rinse the ragi until the water runs clear, then soak overnight.
- After soaking, drain ragi. Then spread cheesecloth in a baking dish, and spread ragi in a thin layer.
- Cover with more cheesecloth.
- Then place a damp kitchen towel over the baking dish.
- Place in a warm spot in the house and leave for 4-24 hours.
- The longer you leave it, the longer the sprouts will get.
What are some ways to use ragi sprouts fresh? Or ways to use sprouted ragi flour raw?
You can mix ragi sprouts into salads. We recommend cooking the flour into porridge or dosa.
Hi, do you have some recipes using ragi for kids? and by mistakenly I kept ragi for 2 days for sprouting. Can I use that for my baby?
You will need to make sure it has no fungus growth or bad odor. Recipes are available here: https://www.pureindianfoods.com/organic-ragi-whole-p/ragih2.htm