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Lodge L5P3 Cast Iron Cookware Mini Muffin/Cornbread Pan, Pre-Seasoned
49.39 SAR

Lodge L5P3 Cast Iron Cookware Mini Muffin/Cornbread Pan, Pre-Seasoned

by  Lodge, Bakeware & Accessories -  481 ratings

49.39 SAR 

+ 65.41 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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  • Pre-seasoned with vegetable-oil formula and ready for immediate use
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    Specifications

    Brand
    Lodge
    Color
    Black
    UPC-A
    885326181097
    Item EAN
    2724621789714
    ASIN
    B00063RX60
    Weight & Dimensions
    DG
    DG
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    Description:

    This old-fashioned designed piece is slightly more compact and 6 muffins at a time. Pam measures 7-1/2 by 1-1/2 by 5-1/4 inches. Impressions are 2-1/2 inches in diameter x 1-1/2 inch in Depth. Pre-seasoned and ready to use!

 

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  • Great MINI muffin tin!
    By J. W. Anderson on 30 January 2019

    Another great American-made product from Lodge! The pans arrived well-seasoned and, if my other Lodge cast iron is any indication, it will only get better with use. Bought two of these for a cornmeal recipe intended to be baked in a preheated cast iron skillet and they worked very well. Just the right size for cornbread muffins. After preheating, I wiped the cups with some bacon grease and, after running a butter knife quickly around the outsides after baking, the muffins fell right out.

    While I'm at it, let me rebut some of the more ignorant low ratings: This product is NOT lightweight, it is cast iron. This pan does NOT make muffins the size of my fist, it is a MINI muffin tin. The surface is NOT shiny smooth like a cheap non-stick pan. Again, it is cast iron. One-star reviews should be used for defective products, not by people who can't read the description.

    15 people found this review helpful

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  • Cast Iron = Crispy Muffin Bottoms!
    By DesertDweller on 07 July 2013

    Everyone loves muffin tops because they get nice and crispy, while muffin bottoms are usually less desirable. This cast iron muffin pan changes things, it makes the bottom of the muffins just as crispy and delicious as the tops.

    This pan has yielded the most amazing Pumpkin muffins for me about a dozen times now, crispy all the way around with a soft center.

    How to season it:
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    Even though this and all other lodge cast iron comes pre-seasoned, it's still a good idea to season it yourself to make sure nothing will stick. You will also want to repeat the seasoning process regularly after cleaning to ensure the surface is maintained. After seasoning this pan once when I got it I have not had any issues with sticking at all, the muffins just pop right out.

    First wash it out using warm water with a very small amount of soap (optional), pat dry with a towel and then fully dry it over heat. When it's completely dry let it cool down a bit, coat it with a high heat cooking oil (I used Safflower because it has a neutral flavor) and then bake it at low heat for at least one hour, up to three hours. After this, start using it and the muffins should pop right out leaving a clean cast iron pan behind every time.

    Some Tips for Getting Crispy Muffin Bottoms:
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    - Add a touch more oil to your batter than you normally would. This will also help the muffins not stick.
    - Heat up the cast iron muffin pan (on a gas range if possible, but electric should work as well) just before preheating your oven.
    - Spoon the batter into the hot muffin pan, it should be hot enough that you hear a sizzle each time you drop some batter in.
    - Cook the batter on your range for a few minutes before putting it in the pre-heated oven
    - When the muffins are baked, remove immediately and put them on a wire cooling rack where air can circulate around them.
    - If you want your muffins really crispy, brush around the muffin bottoms with a small amount of oil while they are still hot before letting them cool on the rack. This is usually not needed, but will also give them a beautiful translucent look.

    The Size
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    Some other reviewers have complained about the size of this muffin pan, but to me it's perfect. It fits on a single range burner to pre-heat, makes 6 regular size muffins and fits perfectly in a or any other counter top oven to bake.

    I can't find anything to complain about, it's even made in the USA!

    Get one of these and you won't ever go back to aluminum or steel.

    112 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Great little muffin pan
    By JC on 02 March 2015

    Great little muffin pan! The size is perfect for my young son to bring to school. This is definitely smaller than a regular muffin pan, see my photo for comparison. I absolutely love cast iron, and have a lot of it in my kitchen. Even though this comes pre-seasoned, you still have to oil it very well the first few times you use it. Like other "pre-seasoned" cast iron I've bought, it sticks a lot the first 2-3 times you use it, with the first time being the absolute worst. But after 10 or so uses, the muffins just fall out when I turn it upside down. I do find that there is less sticking with nonstick spray than with oil.

    35 people found this review helpful

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  • Great pan, smaller than standard cupcakes, but still worth it.
    By Pepsimay on 05 September 2017

    I'm a huge fan of cast iron, and the only brand I will buy is Lodge, unless I find a vintage Griswold or something similar. These pans do not disappoint, in terms of their performance. They cook very evenly, especially the bottoms. They are pre-seasoned like all Lodge cast iron, but I always spray mine with Pam or something similar before I use them. Don't rely on the factory seasoning, it will stick. I never have problems with sticking by spraying them first. These are no exception. My first batch of banana muffins popped out of the pan like it was Teflon. Like everyone else says, these are smaller than even normal cupcake pans. They are narrower and deeper than a standard cupcake, and a normal batch of batter that would make 12 muffins in a standard cupcake pan will give you about 18 in these. While that is not a problem, I am ordering a third pan so I can bake an entire batch at once. In fact, the only issue I have is the size. I knew before I ordered them that they are small, but Lodge should have made them the same size as standard cupcake pans. I do recommend these, but with the caveat that they are indeed smaller than they should be, so you need three of these pans to do the work of one normal 12-depression cheap steel cupcake pan. To me, it's worth it. More muffins, slightly smaller, but the results are much better. If they were the same size as standard cupcakes, I would rate them five stars.

    12 people found this review helpful

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  • Buy two, three.. Just buy four pans
    By christina chung on 29 July 2015

    The size is inbetween a regular and mini cupcakes. Seasoning this pan sucks, but it is worth it. A standard box of cake mix or muffin recipe fits in 4 pans, making 24 delicious muffin/cupcake. I have baked blueberry muffins (www.foodwishes.com) and cupcakes (Pillsbury cake mix), and they all baked beautifully without sticking.

    60 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

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