Katdare Goda Masala
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It is a typical Maharashtrian masala like garam masala. Also called Kala Masala. Good for typical Marathi spiced rice (masale bhat), khichadi, all types of sprouts, curries, dals etc.
Net Weight: 100 gms
Shelf Life: 4 Months from date of manufacturing
Ingredients: Coriander, Sesame, dry coconut, poppy seeds, Niger seeds, edible oil, common salt, red chilli, cumin, asafoetida, caraway, mustard, nagkeshar, bay leaves, cinnamon, clove, black pepper, turmeric, fenugreek.
Located: Satara, Maharashtra
Katdare Foods is very well known in Maharashtra for the taste, authenticity and quality of products it provides. It is the ultimate taste maker of Maharashtra.
The brand was started in 1958 in Satara, by late Shri. Balkrishna Katdare and his wife late Smt. Pramilabai Katdare as a home activity with the purpose of introducing a few products for daily consumption. With a delectable and authentic taste guaranteed every time, because of the fact that they still follow the traditional pounding process; today, the brand has become a legacy of delivering authentic taste with an enriched experience of more than 60 years!Â
Recipes/Ways to Use:
Stuffed eggplant- Brinjal (masala baingan / bharali vangi)
To prepare the stuffing; Add roasted dry coconut, Katdare Goda Masala, roasted peanut powder, red chilli powder, salt and Mix it well. Then mix tamarind pulp and grated jaggery. Mix it well with spices. First make two vertical slits to the brinjal. Stuff well the above mixture in to the brinjal slits. SautÃ© these stuffed brinjals in the heated oil on medium heat till they get tender. Add little water and salt. Cover the wok with lid and let the brinjal cook on steam. To garnish, sprinkle roasted peanut powder and coriander leaves over cooked brinjals and serve hot with bhakari or chapatti.