Healthy Ragi Energy Balls with Strawberry Recipe
Ragi/finger millet balls are highly nutritious and is easier to make. Can be served as energy bars in breakfast or can be served in the snacking time. Fruit pulp added to the recipe gives more flavor and taste, which is preferred by everyone.
Serve Ragi/finger millet balls as a snack in between your meals whenever you feel hungry.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Energy Bars such as
- 1 cup Ragi Flour (Finger Millet)
- 250 grams Strawberries , fresh
- 5 tablespoons Fresh coconut , grated (fresh)
- 1/4 teaspoon Salt
- Cooking oil , few drops for greasing
How to make Healthy Ragi Energy Balls with Strawberry Recipe
To begin making the Healthy Ragi Energy Balls with Strawberry Recipe, first wash and clean strawberries.
Using blender/mixer, grind strawberries to thick pulp without adding any water. Keep the strawberry puree aside, while we proceed to prepare the ragi mixture for the energy balls.
In a mixing bowl, add finger millet (ragi) flour. Add salt, sprinkle little water at a time and make a crumble out of the ragi flour. Add a little water at a time to moisten to the flour slowly. Be patient in doing this procedure. You know its of the right consistency, when you hold the flour tightly in the palm of your hands it will hold itself and when you release it will break apart.
Once the ragi mixture is steamed, transfer it to a bowl. Add the grated coconut and the strawberry pulp. Stir well to combine all the ingredients.
The next step is to make the balls out of the mixture. Grease the palms with little oil and take small portion of the above ragi strawberry mixture and make even shaped balls by pressing the flour with the fist.
Serve the Healthy Strawberry & Ragi Energy Balls as a snack for a quick boost of energy. Refrigerate the balls so it will last for about 3 to 4 days.
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