Made in Mexico.
Used for centuries to make the famous Oaxacan tlayudas (large tortillas of the region) and for roasting tomatoes, chilies, or seeds for mole. Handmade by Mujeres del Barro Rojo in the Tlacolula Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Can be used in direct flame such as on stoves and in wood-burning ovens or fireplaces. Red clay pieces will develop a natural patina with repeated use.
Available in three sizes:
Small - 10"Dia x 1”H
Medium - 13.75"Dia x 1”H
Large - 17.5"Dia x 2"H
Lime serves as a non-sticking agent and can be found at Mexican grocery stores or online. Simply apply lime with a brush to a cold Comal platter, put in oven to dry and you're ready to cook. This does not need to be done after every use, only when lime begins to crack or fade. The Comal should not be washed after every use, but rather, put back in the stove or fire to char leftover food and brushed off. To prevent cracking, do not expose Comals to extreme temperature changes.