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Lodge L7B3 Cast Iron Drop Biscuit Pan, Pre-Seasoned
- Low Return Rate: 28% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 90% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "cast iron muffin pans"
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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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The first batch with this biscuit pan stuck. Although I was able to salvage most of the cookies, there were a lot of stuck on crumbs which I had to remove with water and a plastic bristle brush. After thoroughly drying the pan, I oiled it up.
So if the cookies stuck, why did I give the pan 5 stars? The pan is great. It was produced by craftsman and has a great metal finish topped by a wonderful factory applied seasoning.
The cook made a mistake, that's me. I will use a bit more oil before putting the cookie dough in. I will lessen the preheat time a bit. I will experiment until I find how the biscuit pan wants to be used. Unlike other reviews where the user threw out the pan because the food stuck and could not be removed, I understand cast iron and will listen to what it tells me.
After I get the cookies figured out, I will try some beer biscuits, which should be fantastic in cast iron.
Oh, and by the way, the cookies were still great, crisp on the outside and still soft inside. With a glass of cold milk, yum.
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.
I would recommend you DO NOT order this together with anything fragile. It weighs close to 8 pounds and doesn't come in it's own box, mine came loose in the Amazon box with several other items and no packing material to stop it from sliding around. If any of the items had been fragile they probably would have been clobbered by this heavy pan sliding around in the box during shipping.