Goda Masala

I am sure all the Maharashtrian's are familiar with goda madasa or kala masala which is a major ingredient in most of the Maharashtrian cuisines and extensively used by most of us.All the ingredients are roasted until they turn black (kala in marathi) therefore this name. this masala is very easy to make and can be stored upto 8-9 months in deep freezer

1 cup coriander seeds
1/4 cup cumin seeds
1/4 cup sesame seeds
1/4 cup dried coconut
5-6 dried red chili
3 whole cardamom
1 star annis
6 pcs of clove 
1 small pcs of cinnamon
6-7 pcs of black pepper
2 Bay leaves
2 tsp caraway seeds
Grate the dry coconut and dry roast it, keep aside
Dry roast the sesame seeds, keep aside
dry roast cumin seeds, caraway seeds until they turn their original colour(almost black) and keep aside (dry roast each spice separately) on a low flame
Fry the whole garam masala in 1 tsp of oil, keep aside
add coriander seeds & red chilli together and fry them until it changes its colour
Grind all the roasted ingredients separately
Mix all the powdered ingredients and sieve
Grind the rough powder again
Add salt as per taste and store in a air tight container

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