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Victoria 10.5-Inch Cast-Iron Comal

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Widely used in Mexican and Latin American cooking, a comal (pronounced koh-mahl) is a round or oblong flat griddle with a shallow rim. Originally made of clay but now more commonly made of carbon steel or cast iron (like this one), it’s used primarily for cooking tortillas, toasting spices, and charring chiles and vegetables. Though the comal is preseasoned with flaxseed oil, the nonstick patina only gets better with use.

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