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Definition of the noun Panocha
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noun - plural: panochas
- fudge made with brown sugar and butter and milk and nuts
Panocha, in New Mexico and southern Colorado, is a pudding made from ground sprouted wheat and piloncillo. It is traditionally eaten during Lent. The sprouted-wheat flour is called "panocha flour" or simply "panocha", as well.
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by Tey Diana Rebolledo
Panocha is a pudding made of wheat sprouted in a dark place, after which it is ground into flour. This is mixed in boiling water like making mush, then put in an olla or ...
The Oxford Companion to Food (2014)
by Alan Davidson
Panocha is the name of a coarse Mexican sugar and this is used in the authentic sweet. As penuche, it has long been popular in the USA, where conventional brown sugar, sometimes with corn syrup, is used. There were other soft candies ...
by Win Blevins
Adapted from the Spanish panocha, it's also spelled ...
Crossword Puzzle Dictionary (1988)
by Nila Gott
_ AMOLE sport _ HAI ALAI sugar _ PANOCHA tree _ ULE (rubber), ABETO, DRAGO, RETAMA vine dried root _ JALEP Mexican people ancient _ TOLTEC conqueror _ CORTEZ dictator _ DIAZ historian _ OROZCO painter _ RIVERA Mexico ...
by Charles Gordon Sinclair
Contains 38% water, 3l% fat and 30% protein pannukakku (Fil An oven haked sweet pancake panocha (Mel see piloncillo panoche (Mel see piloncillo pansit /'/,' Noodles fried with various ingredients such as garlic, onions, vegetahles, ...
Panocha, panō′cha, n.aMexican coarse sugar. Panochia,panō′chia, n. bubointhe groin orarmpit. [Gr. cheia, ahole.] Panoistic, panōis′tik, adj. producing ova only—opp. to Meroistic. [Gr. ōon, an egg.] Panophobia, panōfō′bia, n. a morbid ...
Dictionary of Food (2009)
International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair
Also called panoche, panocha pilon de cuisse France Chicken drumstick pilot biscuit Hardtack pilsa A Jewish appetizer made from calf's footjelly. Seealso petcha Pilz Germany 1. Mushroom 2. A crumbly, yellowish, blueveined semisoft cows' ...
by Theodore Libbey
Dvorak, Bagatelles: Panocha Quartet, et al. (Supraphon). schoenberg, rosen aus oem suoen: bledermeier Ensemble (Camerata). harmony (from Gr. harmonia, "a joining [of sounds]")  The simultaneous sounding of different tones to produce ...
by David A. Bender
panocha Candy made from brown sugar, milk, butter, and nuts. panoufle French; the underpart of the top of a sirloin of ...
by D A Bender
panocha Candy made from brown sugar, milk, butter and nuts. panthenol The ...
by Percy Russell, Anita Williams
amino acetate panocha. A candy made of brown sugar, milk, butter, and nuts. Also a coarse sugar made in Mexico.
by Derek Pines
Panocha : A Persian sweetmeat. Papaya : See Pawpaw. Papillote: Paper frills used to decorate various dishes, particularly meat to hide the boneends. Also the name given to food that is wrapped in greaseproof paper to retain the juices, ...
The World Book Dictionary (2003)
Also, penuche, penuchi [American English < Mexican Spanish panocha < Latin pSnucula. and pSnicula panicle ] panocha (pa no'che). n. - panocha. pan o plied (pan'a plid), adj. completely armed, equipped, covered, or arrayed: The large ...
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Scrabble value of P3A1N1O1C3H4A1
The value of this 7-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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