Panocha, in New Mexico and southern Colorado, is a pudding made from ground
sprouted wheat and piloncillo. It is traditionally eaten during Lent.
Panocha definition, Also, penuche. a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico. See
panocha | a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico | Definition, pronunciation,
examples & translations.
pa·no·cha also pa·no·che (-chē). n. 1. A coarse grade of Mexican sugar. 2.
Variants of penuche. [American Spanish, probably from Spanish panoja,
panocha, ear ...
My friend is from New Mexico and during lent they eat a pudding called Panocha.
If you told him that his sister's Panocha is delicious, he'd say "I know, I've been ...
The definition of panocha is a coarse sugar made in Mexico. The course Mexican
sugar used to make Bunuelos (sweet fried breads), or Capa de Azucar Y ...
Translation of panocha in English: ... 2Mexico. (melaza). candy made from
molasses. 3Colombia, Mexicovulgar slang. (de la mujer). cunt vulgar slang.
Aug 20, 2016 ... Etymology: From the Spanish panocha, meaning a coarse grade of brown
Mexican sugar. (Slang for the vulva.) Also spelled panuche in certain ...
Results 1 - 10 of 16 ... PANOCHA FUDGE. Butter sides of a heavy 2 ... PANOCHA FROSTING. Melt
butter; add ... MEXICAN ORANGE PANOCHA. Lightly brown ...
Results 11 - 16 of 16 ... CAPIROTADA (MEXICAN BREAD PUDDING). Slice toast and butter bread. ...
cheese in large pan. Boil panocha in 1 quart water. Pour over ...