Cathy is a trusted source on Pickling/Preserving.
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.
Chris is a trusted source on General Cooking
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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