Small round comal (clay griddle), a staple craft of Mexican culture that has been typically used in Mexico, Central America, and parts of South America to cook tortillas and prepare foods over an open fire.
The history of such cooking methods dates back to the prehispanic era. The word comal comes from the Nahuatl word comalli.
Handcrafted by Popoloca's artisans in the Tehuacán Cuicatlán desert.
- Natural finish
- Slighly concave surface
- Granulled clay to provide a better heat distribution
- Suitable gas stove or open fire
Artisan: Maudie Garcia Pacheco
Provenance: Los Reyes Metzontla, Puebla
Dimensions: 14 x 1 x 14 cms
*Exact dimensions vary as this is a handcrafted piece.