We often talk about Ragi; We know all nutritional factors such as calcium, protein, fiber and minerals. However, not many people know how ragi flour is used. In this video, MediSkool Health Services doctor Priti Nanda Sibbal talks about using ragi flour in recipes. To your taste, you can make delicious cheelas or idlis from Ragi; You only need to mix half the portion of suji and half portion of ragi. You can even make tasty laddus with ragi and finely chopped walnuts. Or you can only use ragi flour to prepare panjiri by adding dried fruit to roasted ragi flour and sugar. Ragi is not only for the taste, but also for the health, Ragi is rich in antioxidants, iron and calcium.