Breakfast is the best part of our everyday meal, as it is the first meal of our day and I always love to have it heartful, eating cereals everyday is kind of boring so I try to find some healthy options to have it for breakfast, one amongst them is ragi pancakes. Ragi flour is kind of bland, it needs to be mixed with something else to make it taste better so I thought of adding a fruit to it and decided to go with banana. This batter is kind of gooey as we add banana to it but the overall result is very delicious, you can atleast have 4 or 5 of this along with a glass of orange juice to kick start your day as ragi is full of iron and banana is rich in potassium and gives you plenty of energy to be active day long.
Ragi Flour – 1 cup
Mashed Banana – 2
Crushed Jaggery or brown sugar – ¼ cup
Tutti Frutti – 3 tbsp
Ghee or butter – optional
Water – As needed
Mix ragi flour, tutti frutti and crushed jaggery, finally add mashed banana to this mixture and mix well by adding little water to it.
Heat a skillet over medium flame and drizzle some butter or ghee over it.
Scoop a spoonful of ragi batter and make small rounds out of it.
Drizzle some ghee or butter around it which is optional.
Let it Cook on slow flame and turn it slowly, you need lots of patience to turn it without tearing it.
Allow the other side to cook, serve it hot with some butter and fruits.
Adding sugar or jaggery depends on how big is your sweet tooth if the banana which you use is very sweet you can skip the sugar completely.
You can mix wheat flour or even rice flour to ragi flour to make it more easier to flip and cook.
You can skip tutti frutti and add cardamom powder, nutmeg powder, cinnamon powder or even raisins.