Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Ragi Cinnamon Roll

Ragi flour, is it something new? No, actually it is not something new. Just that we don't use it very often. Ragi flour is also called as red millet or finger millet. It's about the size of the millet but in different colours, something like buckwheat flour. By the way, do you know that buckwheat is not a wheat but it's actually fruit seeds! Ragi flour is gluten-free too and it's perfect for celiac patients.

And here's the recipe.

Ingredients :
400gm Spelt flour/ATTA flour
200gm ragi flour
2 tbsp bran flakes
2 tspn yeast
2 tbsp sugar
1 tspn salt
50gm butter, cubed
250ml lukewarm water

#cinnamon mixture : 2/3 cup brown sugar + 1-1/2 tbsp cinnamon powder

Method :
(1) combine all dry ingredients into a big bowl.
(2) slowly stir in water and mix to form a soft dough.
(3) add in butter and knead till well combined and smooth.
(4) keep dough covered and set aside for an hour or untill double in size.

(6) once it's ready, place dough to a slightly floured working table.
(7) punch and knead to release air from dough.
(8) now, roll dough out flat into a rectangle shape about 10x14".
(9) spread on melted butter evenly and follow by cinnamon mixture.
(10) roll the dough into swiss roll and divide into 12 portion.
(11) arrange dough onto well coated pan and let to rest for 20 mins.
(12) then bake at preheated oven 220'C for about 20-25 ins or untill brown.

Making bread by using mixed flour is to reduce the intake of less gluten product which is good for our digestion system. Don't ever expect to have very very soft and fluffy bread from either buckwheat or ragi flour because they are both gluten-free. But with the help of spelt flour or ATTA flour should works better in the rising part. Enjoy the healthy bread to have a healthy heart!
(bread, ragi flour, spelt flour, atta flour )
And don't forget about the GIVEAWAYS !!!!


Small Kucing said...

wow..super fluffy bread.

cikmanggis said...

sesuatu yg baru buat Cm ni.mana nak dapat tepung ragi ni ya?masuk list jugak ni:)

My Little Space said...

Kathy : Thanks!

CM : you can get the ragi flour at the Indian shop. There are all kinds of branding available...Alagapas etc.

Thanks for stopping by dear friend. Hope you're enjoying your day.

Blessings, Kristy

Jeannie said...

But it looks really fluffy! I must go and visit little India street in town soon!

Yummy Bakes said...

This looks super fine and fluffy! Must be very good. By the way what is ragi flour? Sound very foreign to me...

reanaclaire said...

Before baking and after baking, it look so different!

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...


Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

a healthy bread.

Heavenly Housewife said...

Wow, beautifully done daaaaaaahling. I so love cinnamon. THese rolls look absolutely delicious.
*kisses* HH

tinytearoom said...

thank you for introducing me to a new flour. I shall keep my eye out for it when I am wondering around the food market. You have got me craving cinnamon rolls!

Murasaki Shikibu said...

Sounds really interesting. Spelt flour is pretty common in Spain, but not sure I can find Ragi flour!

I love cinnamon rolls in any shape or format btw...

Belinda @zomppa said...

Not something I would normalky have in my pantry, but sure would love to try!

Kumi said...

Kristy, my cup-o-joe looks lonely without a companion! This cinnamon roll would go perfect with it... ;-)

lena said...

does the ragi flour give any particular taste?

Anncoo said...

Looks so soft, wish can have one for my breakfast. I wonder whether it is the same ragi flour that I got it from Indian store?

tigerfish said...

Never heard of Ragi flour but when you say red millet, I think I can better associate it :)

Ann said...

I love that you used something other than white flour - they look amazing!

pigpigscorner said...

I've never heard of this flour. I tend to stick with the usual as my hubs is not a huge fan of "weird" flour (to him) :P

Cheah said...

Didn't know that spelt flour is atta flour. This recipe is interesting, worth trying!

Emily Malloy said...

Oh I could eat a ton of this right now, yum!

Angie's Recipes said...

Those buns look so SOFT! And I love its rustic look.

Alice Law said...

Ohhhh.... nvr try baking with ragi flour, gluten free? Interesting! Your cinnamon rolls look perfect, yum!^^

p/s: Nope, still keep in my the Giveaway, lol!

TasteHongKong said...

Like the balance, healthy yet still fluffy.

Miriam said...

These cinnamon rolls look heavnly! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

My Little Space said...

Jeannie : Hope you'll like it!

Yummy bakes : I have the link on my page. Please go & click to the word ragi flour.

Claire : Thank you!

鱼鱼 :I'm glad I tried it!

Sonia : Thanks!

HH : Thank you very much, daaaarling!

tinytearoom : Hi there, thanks for visiting my blog and hope you will like it here. Do visit more often!

Murasaki : Thanks! Ragi flour usually available at India store.

Belinda : Hope you will like it too!

Kumi : Thanks very much for your kind comment. Most appreciate it!

Lena : I think yellow millet is more fragrant than red ones. The red millet smell more like brown rice.

Anncoo : I think it should be the same!

Tigerfish : haha... good then!

Ann : Thank you very much!

Ann(PPC) : haha... my hubby too! Anyway, he's not a big fan of any kind of breads. So, I never count him in.

Zoe said...

I'm always experience lots of failure using spelt flour for my bread making. Your rolls are fantastic and I got to bookmark this recipe.

My Little Space said...

Cheah : Oh no no no, spelt flour is not atta flour. What I mean is you can either use spelt flour or atta flour.

Emily : haha...glad you like it too!

Angie : Thanks!

Alice : ragi flour also called as millet. Millet is actually rice form not wheat. And please be a little more patient. The result time is tomorrow! haha...

TasteHK : Thank you very much!

Miriam : Thank you!

Thank you everyone for stopping by and spending your valueable time here with me. Really appreciate it. I'm sorry that I haven't been blogging much lately. Still hoping to do the very best.

Hope you're all having a fabulous day, guys! Enjoy.

Blessings, Kristy

My Little Space said...

Zoe : try to allow more prooving time for the dough. Common flour is lighter compare to spelt & atta or whole wheat. I'm sure it will works great.

Gloria said...

Kristy look amazing! gloria

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Ohh nice, having something delicious and yet healthy at the comfort of your own home is what it's all about.methinks for sharing this wonderful recipe Kristy, will try it with buckwheat flour next time. :))

girlichef said...

This looks wonderful...and I love that it uses spelt flour!

bonnie said...

Thank you for introducing me to a new flour, bran flakes and spelt..yum

Claudia said...

Beautifully done - just asking to be eaten. And gluten-free! A tasty bonus!

Medeja said...

Cinnamon rolls with milk.. It tastes so good :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Kisty

I wud like to try ur Ragi Cinnamon Roll recipe as I have 2 kgs of the ATTA flour which I bought not knowing it was not the normal plain flour. Now I do not know what to do with it.

Can I omit the Ragi flour and if yes, what do I substitute in place of the Ragi flour to combine with the ATTA flour?

Thanks and with blessings
Priscilla Poh

My Little Space said...

Hi Pris,
Thanks for stopping by. Yes to your question. You can replace the ragi flour with ATTA flour. The texture of the bread will be lighter unlike ragi which is dense & heavy but less gluten. Ragi is more or less like rice. All the best to you & good luck.

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much Kisty for ur response. That means I will use total 600g ATTA flour, right?

If yes, I will proceed to try out ur Cinnamon rolls recipe quite soon and let u know the result.

Priscilla Poh

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