Drop Biscuits

Discussion in 'Breads' started by cman95, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. cman95

    cman95 Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    A while back someone asked about drop biscuit receipes? If you had no success lodgemfg.com has a good receipe. Just check out their drop biscit pan and the receipe will be there. I also googled "drop biscuit receipe" and came up with a bunch. As I have never had any myself I will be ordering a pan from lodge and give them a try. Of course this will be about a month as I am back overseas. Just thought I would give a headsup.[​IMG]
  2. spirit deer

    spirit deer Fire Starter

    You do not need a special pan for drop biscuits. Just drop them on a cookie sheet and bake, or if you're cooking with a Dutch oven over coals, drop them in the DO and bake. If the sides touch, no big deal.

    My favorite recipe is intended to be rolled out, but I just drop the biscuits instead. You don't really need a special recipe.
  3. cman95

    cman95 Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    But you have to understand...I have castironitis, an incurable disease.[​IMG]
  4. spirit deer

    spirit deer Fire Starter

    I suffer from the same illness.

    My kitchen:
  5. klife

    klife Newbie

    Love the CI
  6. spirit deer

    spirit deer Fire Starter

    I do too, but I'm trying to resist temptation. I've added several small pieces over winter though so I guess my resistance is not working too well.

    If it's cheap, cool, Wagner, Griswold, or interesting, it's mine!
  7. cman95

    cman95 Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Nice kitchen Sprit Deer. I also have another idea with all my cast iron. I have two daughters, when they get married [​IMG] I will split up my cast iron between the two of them.
  8. bassman

    bassman Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    I have seen the biscuit pan you're talking about. The only reason I didn't buy it is that it only makes seven biscuits at a time. When I make biscuits, I usually do between 12 and 16. Not because I'm feeding a crowd, but I like to freeze the leftovers and take out one at a time.

    Spirit Deer, nice collection!
  9. spirit deer

    spirit deer Fire Starter

    Thanks, guys. I just built that rack last fall. It's made my stuff so much easier to use because I'm not having to move a big stack of stuff to get to something else. Consequently, I use everything more often now.

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