Cornish Hens with Lemon and Herbs
For more-generous portions, cook one hen per person. If you do, use two roasting pans, and double the other ingredients.
Herb-Roasted Cornish Game Hens
Think of this recipe as a dinner-party building block: People-pleasing and delicious, it will become your signature dish.
Cranberry-Stuffed Cornish Game Hens
Dried cranberries add plenty of flavor to these Cornish game hens.
Maple-Glazed Cornish Game Hens with Carrots
Maple syrup is an easy, delicious glaze for this quick-cooking bird. Instead of hens, you can substitute a whole chicken; just cook it a bit longer.
Roasted Cornish Hen and Grapes
If you like, you can easily substitute four bone-in, skin-on chicken breasts (10 to 12 ounces each) for the Cornish hens in this recipe.
Hoisin-Roasted Game Hens
Hoisin, which is a blend of soybeans, garlic, chiles, and spices, makes a sweet-and-tangy glaze for roasted Cornish game hens.
Roasted Game Hen with Root Vegetables
Instead of the usual roast chicken, why not give game hen the oven treatment? It cooks way faster, and the pan juices make a delicious sauce when combined with Dijon, lemon juice, capers, and fresh tarragon.
Spatchcocked Cornish Game Hens with Lemon and Olive Relish
This simple and delicious recipe for spatchcocked Cornish game hens with lemon and olive relish is from "The Martha Stewart Show" TV kitchen. The term "spatchcocked" means the chicken or game bird has been split down the back, opened out and grilled flat.
Martha's take on the popular Arabian Gulf meat-and-rice dish known as makbous calls for Cornish game hens and a bed of delicately spiced pearl couscous and yellow split peas.
Forty Clove Cornish Hens with Lemon and Oregano
Roasted garlic's buttery texture and sweet flavor are intensified when it is tucked inside and underneath the skin of Cornish game hens in this variation on chicken with forty cloves of garlic.