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If the marinade is highly acidic it may react with the cast iron and scorch
Cook it at a moderate high heat. If it has sugar in it, it could burn. You should wipe it off so the liquid doesn't keep your chicken from browning. Put the skillet in a hot oven at about 400 to finish. If you try to finish it on the stove, the outside could burn before the inside is cooked.
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No, no. This recipe was developed with cast iron in mind. See the other half of rayva's question, which somehow got split. She should cut down on cooking time and keep a watch.
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