This is a great recipe! The sauce was delicious and could probably be used for many different meats. My only issue was the massive amount of butter involved; the end result was a bit oily (from the butter and the birds). I may experiment with using less butter.
Very good! I did add some chopped onions and minced garlic otherwise I followed your recipe the way you wrote it. Very moist and so tender. I served this with green bean casserole and rice. Next time I'll add some carrots and potatoes. Thanks Ranger Rover for posting.
Very good recipe; the hens were perfectly cooked and so moist using this method. I used white wine instead of sherry, and tucked some carrot chunks and red potato wedges in with the hens to make a complete meal.
We eat cornish hens at least once a week; my DH loves them, so this was a great change from the ordinary way that we always make them. I cut up some potatoes and carrots and placed them around the hens...dinner in one pot...LOVE IT!
I was looking for something a little different and good. This turned out to be exactly what I was looking for. I didnt change anything just followed directions as shown.
delicious! I haven't made cornish hens in years and hubby loves them. was looking for an easy & tasty recipe and this was really spot on! the only thing I did was to add a little garlic powder to the gravy along w/ the s&p and then after I browned the hens rubbed them with a little salt/pepper as well. Will definitely be making this one again!! Thanks for sharing!
This is the best recipe for cornish hens I've ever seen. It's delicious! Thank you so much for sharing it!!!
This receipe was wonderful!!!! I usually flop at preparing gravy but it turned out great!!! The hens were tender and juicy and very flavorful!!!!
This was delish!!! I added about 1/2 cup marsala and baked the hens on top of chunks of carrots, potatoes, rutabagas and parsnips. All together, the flavours were incredible. The baking time was over 2 hours all together.
3 words. Mm Mm Good!