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
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 ...
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Ingredients. 5 cups sprouted wheat flour (panocha flour); 2 1/2 cups whole wheat
flour; 9 cups boiling water; 2 cups sugar (optional); 4 tablespoons butter ...
The definition of panocha is a coarse sugar made in Mexico. The course Mexican
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sprouted whole-wheat flour, sometimes called panocha flour or harina para
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