Virginia Barbecue Chicken

Virginia Barbecue Chicken created by Ashley Cuoco

Summer Saturdays in Virginia are filled with the smell of this chicken. It is the chicken that all the churches, boy scouts and other organizations fix for fund raisers. It is one of our favorite ways to grill chicken legs or halves. It works really well to grill the chicken and then eat later cold too. Great for a picnic!

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  • Mix all ingredients, except chicken. (I've found a hand blender helps keep it from separating as much.)
  • Use a small amount to marinade about 5-10 chicken halves or 12-20 drumsticks for a couple hours or over night.
  • Grill over very medium coals until pieces test done, basting often.
  • It works best if you use a grilling pit and allow it to slow cook for a couple hours.
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"Summer Saturdays in Virginia are filled with the smell of this chicken. It is the chicken that all the churches, boy scouts and other organizations fix for fund raisers. It is one of our favorite ways to grill chicken legs or halves. It works really well to grill the chicken and then eat later cold too. Great for a picnic!"

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  1. Stephanie C.
    I want to review. Sounds and looks delicious! I do not have a grill, how can I do this in an oven?
  2. bygeorge
    Being from southern IL we wouldn't call this bbq, but different areas of the country have their own tastes and flavors so I won't knock it other than to say it was ok.
  3. Ashley Cuoco
    Virginia Barbecue Chicken Created by Ashley Cuoco
  4. Ashley Cuoco
    Virginia Barbecue Chicken Created by Ashley Cuoco
  5. Ashley Cuoco
    Virginia Barbecue Chicken Created by Ashley Cuoco
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