Tortillas de Cempazuchitl | Marigold Flower-Pressed Tortillas {Recipe}

Celebrate Día de Los Muertos with your tortillero filled with these marigold tortillas. They are the perfect accompaniment to the festivity’s mole, cochinita pibil or a simple queso fundido appetizer.

Marigold flowers are a important Day of the Dead symbol. These yellow flowers are referred to as the "flower of the dead", the traditional flower to honor the dead. In Spanish they are known as cempazuchitl, cempasuchil or zempasuchitl.

Marigold flowers are a important Day of the Dead symbol. These yellow flowers are referred to as the flower of the dead, the traditional flower to honor the dead. In Spanish they are known as cempazuchitl, cempasuchil or zempasuchitl.

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#flor de #cempazuchitl #temporadademuertos #sketch #watercolor #orange #draw #diademuertos #chikawonka

Day of the Dead, Mexico - It is traditionally believed that the smell of the "flor de cempazuchitl" guides the deceased to the ofrenda | Photo by Alemmmtz / http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Camino_de.JPG | Permission: CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en

Day of the Dead, Mexico - It is traditionally believed that the smell of the "flor de cempazuchitl" guides the deceased to the ofrenda

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