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Sangri is produced on an evergreen tree that is native to the desert region of Rajasthan in India. Sangri is also known by the common names ' Jandi, Kherji and Ghaf,' while it is botanically known as Prosopis cineraria. In English the common name is the Mesquite tree. The tree is a member of the Pea family and produces long slender green pods. Sangri pods offer a nutty flavor that has spice-like notes of cinnamon and mocha. The pods are often ground into a powder or flour form.
Sangri pods can be found growing in arid or desert climates year-round.