Glazed Cornish Hens
Total TimePrep: 5 min. Bake: 1 hour
I was thrust into a position of having to make Christmas dinner for my hubby and me. With no time to thaw the turkey, I opted for the smaller cornish hens. My husband raved about them, calling them juicy and tender, moist and not dry. He actually finished the breast meat first! I will definitely be making these again, perhaps with orange marmalade because I love that too. I, too, omitted the onion as a previous reviewer did because I'm not wild about onions on the hens.
Made this the other night,husband and kids loved it,but I made steamed rice and veggies for the side lol??
I also used orange marmalade on the hens and served with the Apricot Rice Stuffing at Easter dinner. Well received!
I served this on Christmas eve.It was so easy to fix and I was out of the kitchen in no time flat!! The family raved about it!!
I didn't have any apricot spreadable jam so I used orange marmalade. It was really good and so easy to fix. My husband enjoyed it. Served it with mac and cheese, mixed vegetables, dressing and Hawaiian rolls.
I fixed this for Sunday dinner today. It turned out beautifully! Such an easy recipe -- such spectacular results! Served with baked sweet potato and steamed asparagus. Mmmmmm!
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