Here are two versions of a favourite dish for entertaining from Daphna Rabinovitch. She likes to cut the hens in half before roasting, as in the...
These birds are not as exotic as ravens, but they're elegant enough for this feast.
In the Tuscan tradition, fennel, garlic and rosemary are added to the marinade.
In saucepan, heat oil over medium heat; cook onion, celery and carrots, stirring often for 10 minutes.
In strainer, rinse quinoa...
With kitchen shears, cut wing tips off hens' wings at first joint. Cut along both sides of backbone; press hens to flatten. Cut each in half along...
Poaching chicken in vinegar-flavoured broth adds intriguing flavour and elevates chicken to company fare. Crisping the skin under the broiler just...
Cornish hens make the basis of a simple yet elegant dinner for two.
Ancho and chipotle chili peppers are available in the spice section of most grocery stores. They add the heat, so if you use the chili powder...
Using scissors, cut along each side of backbone of hen; discard backbone. Cut hen in half; set aside.
On cutting board, finely mince together...
Cornish hens are a stylish change of pace from regular barbecue fare. To accompany these, try a couscous salad and a locally grown seasonal vegetable.
Light, clear, yet flavourful stock is a delicious foil for tender watercress.
Finely mince garlic with half of the salt to make paste. Mince enough of the rosemary to make 1 tsp (5 mL); stir into butter along with garlic...
Using sharp knife or scissors, cut along each side of backbones of hens; discard backbones. Arrange hens, skin side up, in small roasting pan....
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