Cast-Iron Roast Chicken with Caramelized Leeks

Nothing compares to cast iron. Whether you’re using a standard skillet or an enameled baking dish, the material’s heat-retention qualities can’t be matched by any tempered glass or even stainless-steel vessels. Heating the pan first for a whole chicken also means no flipping required and no unappealingly pale, flabby underside.

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