1 - 10 of 298 for cornish hens
Salt, pepper, and ... to 450°F; put hen on rack in ... side dishes. We like it with a salad and sourdough bread! Makes 4 Servings (1 game hen per serving).
Heat oven to ... rice. Cut the Cornish hens in half lengthwise. ... If the hens brown too quickly while baking, cover loosely with foil. Makes 4 servings.
Split cornish hens in half using ... until tender and juices run clear when pierced with a fork. Reserve remaining marinade for dipping sauce. Serves 4.
Peel, cube and ... Drain potatoes. Mash with egg, butter, and spices. Stir in pecans if desired. Stuff cornish hens and bake according to package direction.
Soak raisins in ... Brush cavities of Cornish hens with melted butter. ... butter for 5 minutes. Stir into rice mixture and reheat. Serve with Cornish hens.
Preheat oven to ... necks from rock cornish hens, save for ... until hen halves and rice are tender. Makes 8 main dish servings. 595 calories per servings.
Cook rice according to directions and stuff cornish hens. Mix first ... sugar is melted. Pour over cornish hens. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Baste often.
Remove giblets and neck from Cornish hens, place hens ... arrange Cornish hens and barley salad on a large platter, add melon balls to garnish. Serves 8.
Split Cornish hen in four. Combine remaining ingredients. Marinate hens for 1 hour. ... Turn, brush with marinade and broil 20 more minutes or until done.
Stuff hens with dressing. Cover ... dill. Defrosted frozen Cornish hens seem to ... fresh. Serving half hen per person is probably enough and looks nicer.
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