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Can you cook a chicken breast with no oil on a tin lined copper skillet?

josemartinlopez | Jun 21, 202010:55 AM     20

One of the simplest things I like to do cooking at home is to defrost a single chicken breast and just throw it onto a pre-heated stainless steel skillet with no oil. If the skillet is hot enough when you do this and if you flip the breast every 2-3 minutes, it does not stick to the skillet or burn. This works even better if the breast was marinaded and had some oil in it.

Can I check if this is doable with no oil on a tin lined copper skillet? I have confirmation it works for a fish fillet, especially a fatty fillet like salmon, but I'm not sure about a chicken breast.

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