Cary Grant Barbecue Chicken Recipe
Cary Grant Barbecue Chicken Recipe! An incredibly popular actor with an equally incredible background and amazing talent shared one of his favorite recipes.
“Now go to it, friends, and don’t blame me if it is not to your liking. For after all, the recipe is not mine. It is the national prize winner of the year and I happen to like it.” – Cary Grant
Cary Grant Barbecue Chicken Ingredients
- 3 1-1/2 pound chickens
- 1 cup tomato ketchup
- 1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce
- 1/2 cup water
- 1/2 cup A-1 sauce
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup cider vinegar
- 1 chopped onion
- 1 clove garlic (chopped)
Cut the chickens into serving pieces and brown in fat, using no flour. Salt and pepper to taste while cooking.
Then, combine one cup tomato ketchup, one-half cup Worcestershire sauce, one-half cup water, one-fourth cup A-1 sauce, one-fourth cup sugar, one-fourth cup cider vinegar, one chopped onion and one clove garlic chopped very fine.
After the chickens have been browned, place in a roaster, pour this sauce over them, cover and bake in a moderate oven (300 degrees) until tender. If the sauce needs thickening, add a little corn starch mixed with cold water and cook until starch is thoroughly done.
Photo of the original printing of this recipe with Cary Grant’s signature. Click to enlarge.
Did you know?
At the age of 15, Cary Grant ran away from home and joined Bog Penders acrobats, known in England as the “knockabout Comedians”.
Cary Grant Movies
I’ve gathered many of Cary Grant’s movies that are now in the public domain and offer them on DVD – and I’m always seeking out more. He was such fun to watch, no matter what type of role he played! Following is a list of what is currently available in my shop.
- Hot Saturday – 1932 Comedy-Romance
- Talk of the Town – 1942 Comedy-Romance
- People Will Talk – 1951 Comedy, Drama & Romance
- Operation Petticoat – 1959 War Comedy
- Once Upon a Time – 1944 Comedy-Fantasy
- Notorious – Notorious is a 1948 Film-Noir Thriller
- Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House – 1948 Family Comedy
- I Was a Male War Bride – 1949 War Comedy
- Blonde Venus – 1932 Classic Drama