Pamonha (Portuguese pronunciation: [pɐˈmõȷ̃ɐ]) is a traditional Brazilian food. It is a paste made from sweet corn and milk, boiled wrapped in corn husks, and turned into a dumpling. Variations may include coconut milk. Pamonha can be savoury or sweet. If savoury, they can be filled with cheese, sausage, minced meat, minced chicken, pepper, or served plain. If sweet, ground coconut pulp is a common addition when there is one, but the overwhelming majority is served plain.
It is associated with Festa Junina winter celebrations (these that themselves descend from the European Midsummer).