Recipe by Robbie Rice
"When dining alone or in a pair for the holidays, a traditional meal can be overabundant and overwhelming. Try this one-dish traditional dinner instead."
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1 (8 ounce) package
dry bread stuffing mix
Cornish game hens
1 (16 ounce) package
frozen green beans
I tried this recipe as a change from the traditional turkey dinner,since it was just the two of us.I loved the ease of the preperation and it was good to have a change from Turkey.t even went well with cranberry sauce.
I enjoyed it but found it a bit too salty. To make it again I would greately reduce the seasoning salt.
I used Robbie's seasoning method and her spices, but I did it on the rotiserie. It was great! I have been looking for a simple way to season the hens and this is wonderfull!
I really enjoyed this recipe! Very simple and quick. Clean up is a snap as well. I will use this often when my daughter and I want a really good dinner and I am not in the mood to cook a huge meal! Being it is so simple I can allow her to "help" with most of the steps (she is 9) and she feels like she has cooked a gourmet meal on her own! Great one- Thanks Robbie!
This is just too good to save for a holiday.....maybe a romantic dinner for 2. You don't have a giant mess to clean up on this and the hens are deliciously seasoned. I liked the fact it was a complete meal, I felt like I was in a fancy restaurant. Thanks for this great recipe.
Replaced green beans with fresh chopped carrots/onions.....the oven bag worked awesome!
Well let me start off with the fact that I used this recipe for when I was home for my father and I. I added Chipotle Tobasco sauce to the exterior rub which was a tasty addition. In general, best Cornish Game Hen that me and my father had had for a long time. total win.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Holiday Meal For Two
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 1212
** Calories from Fat: 462
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