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    Posting Addict MrsHooah2U's Avatar
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    Default Cornish Game Hens..

    so I just wanted to post on here that's what we're having for dinner haha! I seem to be hit or miss with chicken, it either comes out AMAZING... or not even close to amazing hahah!

    So I'm just curious if you have a recipe for them or not

    I'm just rubbed them with olive oil, grill mates chicken seasonings, garlic and onion. I threw the extra onion in the bottom of the pan.. I'm cooking them covered at 325 for at least an hour (likely an hour and a half) and then I'll throw it up to broil and then end up browning them up.. hopefully hahah!

    Anyway, anyone else have game hen recipes?
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    How did they turn out? I've never cooked them, but DH did once and I seem to recall that they were very yummy. That was YEARS ago though, so he may not even remember what he did to them.
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    I cooked one in a crock pot- Just like I do a roaster chicken-
    spray the crock with some cooking spray
    add in a couple carrots or so 2-3 potatos some chopped onion
    a little celery
    rinse the game hens-I pretty much skin the bird except for the breast-
    stuff a little celery and onion and carrot in the cavity of the bird
    (if I have it) squeeze a lemon or half of a lemon on top of the skin-
    sprikle poultry seasonings, garlic powder (or add in some garlic cloves- and italian seasoning on top-
    add a cup of broth- and maybe a 1/2 ish extra water-
    bake low 8-9 hrs or high 4-6 or til the meat falls off the bone
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