Goda Masala (200gms)

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Product Code: SGU0009

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Vegetarian

Shelf Life- 365 Days

Aromatic and delicious Masala,

Strong Flavour

No artificial color and adulteration

Home Made Product traditional Masala

Each Goda Masala has its unique flavor and taste depends on ingradients used.

It is a spice blend used mostly in Maharashtra and neighboring states in India. Some common ingredients are cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, bayleaf, white sesame seeds, coriander seeds, Cumins seed, Shaha Jeera, Nagkesher, coconut flakes, cassia buds, dagad phool(lichen) etc. To make goda masala, the spices are roasted using oil. All spices are roasted till they become darker in colour and then ground to a powder. When the spices are roasted enough for them to be dark brown (almost black) in colour when ground, it is called 'Kaala Masala'.

Kaala' means black in Marathi, and hence the name. The difference between 'Kaala Masala' and 'Goda Masala' is due to the proportions of certain spices and the degree to which they are toasted. Goda masala is pungent, but not "hot" in the same way as a chili pepper. It is the base for most Maharashtrian curries and dals (called aamti in Marathi.

USED – 1.      The special blend of spice called goda masala is used in a small quantity

2.      This masala is the key ingredient in some of the regional recipes, such as masale bhat or vaangi bhaat, the unbelievably delicious way with pumpkin - baakar bhaaji, as also stuffed eggplantStore masala in an airtight container in a cool dark place.

3.      Goda masala is usually added to a curries, vegetable dishes, soups, or stews .

4.      Goda masala can be added to season fish curry, chicken masala and in the marinade for mutton.

Thanks for Reading

Sheetal Gruha Udyog

Belgaum Karnataka India

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Ingredients type cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, bayleaf, white sesame seeds, coriander seeds, Cumins seed, Shaha Jeera,
Brand Sheetal Gruha Udyog
Manufacturer Sheetal Gruha Udyog
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FSSAI Number 11218304000497
Date of Availability 31/03/2019

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Vegetarian Shelf Life- 365 Days Aromatic and delicious Masala, Strong Flavour No artificial color and adulteration Home Made Product traditional Masala Each Goda Masala has its unique flavor and taste depends on ingradients used. It is a spice blend used mostly in Maharashtra and neighboring states in India. Some common ingredients are cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, bayleaf, white sesame seeds, coriander seeds, Cumins seed, Shaha Jeera, Nagkesher, coconut flakes, cassia buds, dagad phool(lichen) etc. To make goda masala, the spices are roasted using oil. All spices are roasted till they become darker in colour and then ground to a powder. When the spices are roasted enough for them to be dark brown (almost black) in colour when ground, it is called 'Kaala Masala'. Kaala' means black in Marathi, and hence the name. The difference between 'Kaala Masala' and 'Goda Masala' is due to the proportions of certain spices and the degree to which they are toasted. Goda masala is pungent, but not "hot" in the same way as a chili pepper. It is the base for most Maharashtrian curries and dals (called aamti in Marathi. USED – 1.      The special blend of spice called goda masala is used in a small quantity 2.      This masala is the key ingredient in some of the regional recipes, such as masale bhat or vaangi bhaat, the unbelievably delicious way with pumpkin - baakar bhaaji, as also stuffed eggplantStore masala in an airtight container in a cool dark place. 3.      Goda masala is usually added to a curries, vegetable dishes, soups, or stews . 4.      Goda masala can be added to season fish curry, chicken masala and in the marinade for mutton. Thanks for Reading Sheetal Gruha Udyog Belgaum Karnataka India