Dianne's Cornish Game Hens

Dianne's Cornish Game Hens created by sloe cooker

There are many good ways to prepare Cornish Game Hens. This one is very easy and delicious. Serve with rice pilaf.

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1hr 10mins
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  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Brush hens with melted butter.
  • Roast in open shallow pan on rack for 50 minutes brushing 3-4 times with butter.
  • Mix honey, mustard, and lemon juice.
  • Increase oven to 400.
  • Brush with honey glaze for and bake an additional 10 minutes.
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"There are many good ways to prepare Cornish Game Hens. This one is very easy and delicious. Serve with rice pilaf."

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  1. cspence0369
    Made this dish last night for family and friends. I was able to cook six birds with a lot less butter. I did double the sauce recipe witch worked perfectly. Had an extra two cups of sauce for additional plated items. Overall the recipe plated nicely, and silence dominated the room (with the exception of "grunts of approval") while guests enjoyed their dinner. The sherry sauce was an absolute hit, and complemented everything on the plate. Great job on this quick and easy recipe. It's a keeper!!!
  2. sloe cooker
    Wonderful moist chicken! My mother really enjoyed this more than I did, so my rating was based on her feedback. It was just a tad too sweet for me, but that is just a preference thing. Thanks for posting Kimke.
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    Dianne's Cornish Game Hens Created by sloe cooker
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    Dianne's Cornish Game Hens Created by sloe cooker
  5. soxfan28
    This was so so easy and very tasty! We followed the recipe exactly and ejoyed it. Did not find the any of the ingredients over powering. It had a good subtle flavor. Next time we will try broiling for a few minutes at the end to brown and crisp the skin more as a personal prefrence.
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