Multigrain Porridge

Porridge is one of the quickest meals you could serve yourself and your family. It’s easy-to-make, healthy and filling, and perfect to have as a breakfast or brunch along with dry fruits, fresh fruits, or green salad.

Porridge or malt is a popular breakfast in south India, especially in suburban areas. Ragi Ganji or ragi porridge is the most popular type, made using ragi flour and consumed for breakfast. It’s healthy and filling and good to keep you going for a long time. You could use other millet flours to make porridge, like the one in this recipe. I have used organic and homemade multigrain flour, made from around 30 ingredients consisting of different lentils and millets. This porridge is quite filling, so you could have it as a whole meal, probably accompanied with dry fruits or fresh fruits.

Continue reading to know how to make this nutritious and healthy multigrain porridge.


Prep time: 2-3 minutes
Cook time: 6-7 minutes
Yield: 2 adult servings

Ingredients:

750ml of water
4 full tablespoons of multigrain flour
1 teaspoon of salt
3 tablespoons of yogurt/homeset curd, beaten
2 tablespoons of finely chopped red onion
Chopped green chilies

Procedure:

Pour water into a cooking pot. Add the multigrain flour into it and stir well such that there are no lumps.

Begin to cook this on medium heat while stirring continuously. Continue cooking until the mixture becomes thick and glossy. Turn the heat off and allow the porridge to cool.

Stir in salt and curd. Garnish with chopped onions and green chilies. Enjoy!!

Note:

  • Add salt and spices according to you taste and preference.
  • If you need the sweet version recipe of this multigrain porridge. Click here.

If you tried this recipe, let me know how you like it? 🙂

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