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Singoda or Water Chestnut flour is made by drying and grinding water chestnuts. It is a fine, bright, white powder used in India to make food during fasts. Several Indians observe fasts not just on religious occasions but on certain special days in a week. On these days regular wheat flour or rice is usually avoided and Singoda flour is used to prepare the breads and curries.
Singoda flour used as a thickener or for coating, make curries like kadhi, sweets like laddus, and Indian breads like rotis, puris etc. And it is used during fasts. It is rich in Potassium, antioxidants and Vitamin B. Singoda flour is a healthy choice even on non-fasting days. It is considered naturally gluten-free.