|Place of origin||Mexico|
|Region or state||[ New version[Sonora]]|
|Main ingredients||Brown sugar|
|Cookbook: Coyotas Media: Coyotas|
Coyotas are sugar cookies which are large, flat and traditionally filled with brown sugar. They are a typical dessert from northwest Mexico, originally from the town of Mocorito,Sinaloa 1880 in the southern part of the city of Hermosillo, state of Sonora. The version most commonly today dates from 1954 as prepared at Villa de Seris in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.
Javier trae Coyotas, bien buenas.
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