Moong Dhal flour- 1 cup Ragi flour/Millet flour- 1/4Th cup Jowar Flour/White Corn Flour- 1/4Th cup
Cashews - (optional) powder- 1/4Th cup
Almond- (optional) powder- 1/4Th cup
Whole wheat flour- 1/4Th cup
Parboiled rice flour- 1/4Th cup (used brown rice four)
Roasted Channa Dhal flour- 1/4Th cup
Sago flour- 1/4Th cup Barley flour- 1/4Th cup
Elachi- a few pods Yellow Corn/Maize flour - 1/4th cup
For Making Porridge/Kangi
Mavu/Flour- 1/2 cup Water - 2 cups
Sugar - 3 tsp (optional)
Milk - 1 cup or less
. Dry roast each of the ingredients separately and make a powder of each of these ingredients. Mix and store.
2. Take 1/2 cup of the flour and mix it with 2 cups of cold water until all the clumps dissolve.
3. Put it on the stove on medium high and cook it while constantly stirring it.
4. In 2 to 3 minutes the liquid will start to thicken and boil. Turn off the heat. 5. Add sugar and milk and mix well.
6. Serve it hot. Note: This flour can be made into a small treat for kids and adults. Mix some of the above flour, sugar, ghee and a little milk to make into balls for snack.
1.Soak urad dal, green gram, kollu, ragi, kambu, jowar, soya,samba godhumai in water overnight.
2.Soak corn separately in water, overnight.
3.Drain water and tie the grains in a wet cloth.
4.The grains would have sprouted.
5.Spread them on a cloth and dry in the shade.
6.Heat a frying pan.
7.Add grains little by little, fry and set aside.
8.Fry rice, puttarisi, pottukadalai, javvarisi, badam, cashew, peanuts, green gram dal.
9.Powder the items with barley, cardamom.
10.Boil a cup of milk.
11.Add sathamaavu, stir and boil for 2 minutes.
12.Add sugar and drink.