Goda Masala Powder

Masala (spices) in any Indian food is one of the most important ingredient giving an unique taste to each recipe. You could find varieties of readymade masalas in any Indian grocery store however if you want to get a real fresh taste in your dish you shall prepare it home from basic ingredients. Goda Masala is one of the famous spice mix from Maharastra state. This masala is used in many Marathi recipes like masala bhaat, vegetarian, non vegeterian curry and other recipes. This fresh and aromatic masala gives a unique taste to any recipe. In fact while I was making this at home, the whole house was filled with awesome sweet-scented smell. Dagad phool is one specific ingredient which gives a very distinctive flavor to the masala. There are many versions of Goda masala recipe and people of different region make slight changes in ingredient list based on their preference/taste. Making Goda masala is really very easy as the only thing one need to ensure is that the ingredients are roasted well and don’t get burnt. Although Goda means sweet but the masala is not sweet at all. I learnt this recipe from one of my friend Shilpa’s Mom who belong to Maharashtra and really glad to share it on my blog.Goda Masala_1

Homemade Goda Masala Powder
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Prep Time
20 Minutes
Cook Time
25-30 Minutes
Prep Time
20 Minutes
Cook Time
25-30 Minutes
Homemade Goda Masala Powder
Print Recipe
Prep Time
20 Minutes
Cook Time
25-30 Minutes
Prep Time
20 Minutes
Cook Time
25-30 Minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Arrange all the ingredients nearby before you start the process of preparation of Goda Masala Powder.
  2. Dry roast coriander and cumin seeds separately first at low to medium heat till aromatic and gets golden brown color but make sure it doesn't get burnt. Once done, transfer into mixing bowl.
  3. In the same pan, dry roast each shah jeera, black pepper and stone flower separately at low to medium heat till gets golden brown color. After done, transfer into same bowl as above.
  4. Dry roast the each red chili, bay leaves, cloves, cinnamon, black cardamom, mace and sesame seeds separately at low to medium heat till gets golden brown color. Once its done, transfer into mixing bowl.
  5. Lastly, dry roast dry coconut at low to medium heat till aromatic and golden brown color. Once its done, keep it separate to other roasted ingredients.
  6. Let all dry roasted spices cool down.
  7. Grind all spices in grinder to make a fine powder. Add roasted coconut and mix it well.
  8. Maharashtrian Goda Masala Powder is ready. Keep it in airtight container.
  9. Fresh homemade Goda Masala for your recipes.
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