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Maharashtrian Goda Masala 

The word "Goda" means sweet. Goda masala is also known as Kala Masala or black masala, since it appears blackish. The sweetness in the masala comes from the dried roasted coconut. This particular black masala is very typical and used in mostly recipes that originate from the state of Maharashtra. 

4 cups coriander seeds
1 cup dry coconut
1/2 cup white sesame seeds
1/2 cup black sesame seeds
1/4 cup cumin seeds
4-5 teaspoon caraway seeds (black cumin seeds)
2 teaspoon asafoetida 
1-2 stick of cinnamon
3-4 cloves
1 black cardamom
3 dry red chilies
1 teaspoon turmeric powder & salt to taste

 Roast all the ingredients except coconut & coriander seeds with a little amount (approx 1 teaspoon) of oil. Roast coconut & coriander seeds separately without oil. Now grind all these items. Let it cool & store in an airtight container.

This masala is used in many Maharashtrian dishes and is just like garam masala and can be used in curries or rice preparations .

Use this Goda Masala for making Peas Usal 

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