Half-moon-shaped panuchos are a variation on a Yucatecan recipe made from fresh corn masa dough, stuffed with a delicious filling of gooey cheese and delicate zucchini flowers, fried until crisp, and served topped with black beans, crema, and salsa. (In the Yucatán, the beans are frequently on the inside.) The filling used here is typically Mexican, but you might come up with your own, less traditional variations. Lard is often used for frying panuchos, but vegetable oil or shortening or a combination, may be substituted here. For a leaner version, cook them on a lightly oiled griddle; they will become more like traditional quesadillas.