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  • He claimed the fact that more and more people were saying God dag instead of goda, which is the natural pronunciation, was due to radio-announcers' habit of constantly saying god aften instead of goaften.

    Archive 2009-05-01 David McDuff 2009

  • I depend on my mom for goda masala and on my MIL for tea masala, pickle masala etc!

    Gujarati Garam Masala Meera 2009

  • March 15, 2007 7: 03 PM bee (jugalbandi. info) said ... by kala masala do you mean 'goda masala', anjali? the ingredients look similar. bee

    Matar Batate with Kala Masala Anjali 2007

  • All I knew was preparing gavar with goda masala and jaggery.

    Gavar Raita Anjali 2007

  • The recipe has three features that are typical of Maharashtrian cooking: (a) the use of goda masala.

    Archive 2007-06-01 Nupur 2007

  • But i must admit, that I have collected all the required spices for making goda masala at home from my India trip from mystic nagkeshar to dagadphool - I have it all. but I don't have courage to make it at home.

    Gujarati Garam Masala Meera 2009

  • Jarvis tycker fortfarande att det är en dålig idé att ta betalt för nyheter, och han har goda argument: But online news is different for many ...

    Guardian column: Whack-a-mole with micropayments « BuzzMachine 2009

  • Add cumin-coriander powder, goda masala, peanuts and jaggery, then stir in 1/4 cup of water (to get the steaming started).

    Archive 2007-06-01 Nupur 2007

  • Cook the pieces then add some water n dry masala (til, khaskhas etc) chilli powder, tamarind pulp, jaggery, goda masala.

    Lal Bhopla Stir Fry Anjali 2007

  • Bee and Jai of Jugalbandi team the tondli with the traditional Maharashtrian goda masala to make a smoky and flavorful Tondlichi Bhaji.

    Archive 2007-06-01 Nupur 2007


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