Similar to a muffin pan or tin, this type of bakeware is lower in height and is made specifically for the shorter biscuit made from bread dough. Biscuit Pans are commonly produced from cast iron materials that have been the standard component for years as biscuits were often baked over campfires and with wood burning stoves. Although the materials have changed over the years, the cast iron biscuit pan is still one of the most common types of pan available for making a variety of biscuit recipes. Other varieties now being produced include stainless steel and coated metals.
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