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 Canela (a sugar coating for bunuelos) is an example of panocha.
- a coarse sugar made in Mexico
- penuchealso pa·no′che
Origin of panochaAmerican Spanish ; from Spanish pan, bread: see panada
- A coarse grade of Mexican sugar.
- Variants of penuche.
Origin of panochaAmerican Spanish, probably from Spanish panoja, panocha, ear of grain, panicle, from Latin p&amacron;nicula; see panicle.