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Lodge L7B3 Cast Iron Drop Biscuit Pan, Pre-Seasoned
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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.
Top customer reviews
It comes already seasoned, but I heated it on the stove top (gas burner), and used butter and peanut oil alternately, and scrubbed with corn meal. I cleaned, and used in the oven. I had no problem removing the first batch of English muffins I made. I used corn meal in the bottom. It didn't scorch, and I achieved a good release of the baked muffins to flip over half-way done. The muffins inside textures turned out surprising very similar to the store brand. But, as I mentioned, I needed a higher heat than the recipe called for. I want to try a special bean cake recipe, which is usually baked in a special pan, but I think this will work very well, once I get the temperature worked out. I use a thermal gun to check. This pan will also make little quiches, cornbread, maybe deep style pizzas. That's what I'm looking forward to!
The high quality is typical of Lodge ironware. It has a decent weight to it and I look forward to using it regularly.
I'm curious about the number of cups; why 7? Why not 6 or 8?
The cups are just right for biscuits, muffins, and individual desserts.