Ragi Drumstick Leaves Adai is a healthy and diabetic friendly breakfast/dinner recipe. If you are bored of making the same breakfast recipe make this adai for a change. This adai is so filling that you can’t have more than two. If you are following my recipes regularly you would know how much I am fond of drumstick leaves.
In this recipe, I am using only ragi flour as a base ingredient. So you have to make a very soft dough in order to make this adai. There are numerous health benefits in both ragi and drumstick leaves. I have combined these two to give you a very healthy recipe. In order to prepare the recipe, remove the drumstick leaves from its stalk carefully. You can add small stalk but don’t add the thick ones as it is not good for health and even more it doesn’t get cooked. Always use tender leaves (kolundhu ilai in Tamil) or else it will give a bitter taste.
If you want to make plain adai, instead of drumstick leaves add curry leaves and coriander leaves. You can not directly pat adai on the tawa. So make sure to pat it on a ziplock bag or on a banana leaf and then transfer to the tawa. Watch the video for better understanding. You need to cook this adai on low flame only. If you did not cook ragi properly, it may lead to stomach pain. So add a generous amount of oil and cook on both sides on low flame until crisp. You can have this adai along with Coconut Chutney, Tiffin Sambar, pickle or even with curd. Now let us see how to prepare this recipe.
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