Hoisin, which is a blend of soybeans, garlic, chiles, and spices, makes a sweet-and-tangy glaze for roasted Cornish game hens. Preheat oven to degrees. Place hens in a roasting pan. Mix together garlic, ginger, and chiles in a small bowl. Rub garlic mixture over hens and under skin; stuff cavities with cilantro sprigs. Tie legs of each hen together with kitchen twine.
Grilled Game Hens with Asian BBQ Sauce
Sticky Rice-Stuffed Cornish Hens Recipe | Tasting Table
All opinions are mine alone. I love preparing game hens for my family, especially during the fall. I love cooking with Tyson Cornish Hens because they are all natural, and include no artificial ingredients, preservatives, hormones, or steroids. I like using soy sauce in rich dishes like Chicken Pot Pie to enhance the flavor.
Sichuan Cornish Hens
These Asian-inspired Cornish hens are simple and elegant, and they allow each guest to have their own small bird. In a large bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients except the Cornish hens. Put the hens in 3 large resealable plastic bags and pour in the marinade. Seal the bags, pressing out the air, and turn to thoroughly coat the hens.
Whether it's an impressive whole steamed fish or a hot pot of endless flavors , preparing a meal for Chinese New Year means going all out. This year being the Year of the Rooster, we've decided to keep things in the family and tap Mister Jiu's in San Francisco for a beautiful lacquered-hen dish. These golden-brown birds, which eventually get stuffed with a Chinese sausage sticky rice, sit overnight in a Shaoxing wine brine, then get lacquered with a rock sugar basting sauce, and served with a sweet and fragrant dark soy sauce to finish.