Our Mole poblano contains over 32 ingredients, including dried chili peppers & chocolate. The chocolate works to counteract the heat of the chili peppers, but the taste of chocolate does not predominate. Our Nixtamal Tortillas are dipped into our Mole then stuffed with pulled chicken breast and smothered with our artisanal Mole garnished with a sprinkling of sesame seeds, drizzled with fresh Mexican cream and Mexican queso fresco. served with rice.
We simmer our pork “tail to snout” with citrus juices and other secret ingredients in its own rendered lard for more than four hours until fall of the bone perfection. The result is a very tender & juicy meat. served with a side of beans chopped cilantro, onion, salsas, limes & our nixtamal tortillas
RED POZOLE (chicken or pork)
A traditional soup of prehispanic origin, which once had ritual significance. This soup is made with generous servings amounts of cacahuazintle corn with your choice of pulled chicken breast or pork. served with shredded lettuce, dried chili powder, onion, radishes, salsa & limes.
BIRRIA (goat or beef)
From the state of Jalisco a spicy stew of either goat or beef that is marinated in adobo and spices for more than 24hrs. Birria is reputed to be the best hangover remedy. served with our nixtamal corn tortillas, onion, and lime and our very own Birria (special Mexican style goat meat soup) and hot sauce.
ENCHILADAS ( Red or Green sauce): 4 tortillas filled with pulled chicken breast smothered in your choice of sauce topped with fresh cheese, queso fresco and shredded lettuce. served with rice.
COCHINITA PIBIL considered to be one of the most traditional dishes originating from the Yucatan peninsula is prepared at Comal y Canela observing ancestral cooking techniques and ingredients. This exquisite dish is a result of a blending of Precolumbian cooking techniques, Prehispanic condiments, and pork from Spain. Comal y Canela consistently delivers a juicy moist pulled pork dish with a distinctive earthy smoky sweet flavor which is brought about by the fusion of achiote, spices, citrus juices, pork meat and the use of traditional cooking methods. The heat that is most often associated with Mexican dishes is obtained from the garnishes of pickled onions and habanero salsa which can be added to by each individual to their personal taste. This delicacy can be enjoyed in tacos, “Tortas” or “Sopes”.
Chilaquiles are the ultimate Mexican comfort food as well as being considered by many to be one of the top hangover remedies. at Comal y Canela this dish of in house made crunchy tortilla wedges bathed in our artisanal sauces can be enjoyed with either freshly prepared spicy green or red salsa. This menu item is prepared when ordered and served fresh drizzled in “Crema Fresca” and crumbled Mexican queso fresco with a side order of beans and avocado. Our “Chilaquiles Fuertes” can be accompanied with either grilled meat, spicy meat or pulled chicken breast. For those who start their day early at Comal y Canela, you can enjoy our breakfast chilaquiles special with eggs or chorizo.
The word “Chilaquiles” is derived from the ancient Aztec Nahuatl language which can only mean that this dish has been hitting the spot for Mexicans for a very long time.
Our freshly made “Nixtamal masa” (corn dough) is placed in a wooden press to give it a flat thin tortilla shape into which is added a mix of cheeses folded over and sealed then deep fried to golden perfection our final step is to split it open & fill it with fresh shredded lettuce, “Mexican queso fresco” (Fresh cheese) and Mexican fresh cream. Add: Asada (Grilled meat), artisanal in house-made chorizo (sausage), Carnitas (Fried pork meat), Carne enchilada (Spicy meat)
Our fresh :Nixtamal masa” (corn dough) is shaped into a fat tortilla that which is then placed on the flat grill while the tortilla is still piping hot the sides of it are pinched creating a natural shallow receptacle that will hold a thin bed of beans topped with your choice of “Cochinita”, “Asada”, “Artisanal Chorizo”, “Carnitas” or “Campechano” and finished off with shredded lettuce, Mexican fresh cream, and Mexican “Queso Fresco”.