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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.


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.