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- Cast-iron drop biscuit pan with seven 3-1/4-inch-diameter impressions
- Preseasoned with vegetable oil formula and ready for immediate use
- Cast-iron construction heats slowly and evenly
- Nonstick, rustproof finish releases foods cleanly; hand wash only
- Measures 12-3/4 by 1-1/8 by 11-3/16 inches
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Seasoned and ready to use drop biscuit pan with seven impressions 3 1/4" in diameter and 1" deep. Bake big, fluffy biscuits without a rolling pin. Just spoon your favorite mix into the wells to create perfectly shaped, mouth watering biscuits. Unique open frame design permits easy handling.
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Love lodge products, they never let me down
The pan was washed and then seasoned with a light brushing of oil in the standard oven at the manufacturer's recommended settings for seasoning again to make sure the product would not stick. I found it is a good habit to always see to it that anything cast iron is further washed and seasoned regardless of how good the manufacturer says it is done. Just before the biscuits were put in, the pan was brushed lightly with vegetable oil inside the cups. Nothing stuck, nothing burned, perfect browning at 350 degrees without preheating, even though the recipe called for 450 degrees in a pre-heated standard oven for 11-13 minutes.
Update: It's been nearly a year and I love the two drop biscuit pans more and more. Biscuits turn out wonderful, every time. They make a nice, brown biscuit without burning them. Once you pull the biscuits out of the oven, let them sit in the pan for a few more minutes to really brown the bottoms. I might buy a couple more for my larger recipes.