Singori

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Singori (sweets)
Course Dessert
Place of origin India
Region or state Uttarakhand, North India
Main ingredients Khoya, sugar
Cookbook: Singori (sweets)  Media: Singori (sweets)

Singori (also spelled Singodi) or Singauri is an Indian sweet made with Khoya and wrapped in maalu leaf. It is similar to Kalakhand.

History[edit]

According to some historians the origin of Singori is believed to be the old province of Tehri. It is traditionally made with khoya wrapped in form of a cone with Maalu leaves.

The dessert is prepared from Khoya and served wrapped like a cone in Molu leaf.

Singori/Singodi is a cone shaped sweet exclusively available in the kumaon region of Uttarakhand.

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