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How about cornish hens? How to cook?

Do you use the same temp and method for a spatchcocked hen as you would a spatch'd chicken? cook to same internal temp or just for a certain amount of time since they are so much smaller?

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  • MarvinMarvin Posts: 515
    Nardi,
    Like spatch-cocked chicken is fine: 165 breast temp; on beer can or any type sitter: same temp; split in half and grill on raised grid , turning and basting frequently, just like an old fashioned "chiken" barbecue. Don't forget to use a rub or marinade: whatever you would do for chiken. Enjoy.

  • ravnhausravnhaus Posts: 311
    Nardi,
    Here is one way to do them, although they are whole.

    [ul][li]Cornish Game Hens[/ul]
  • ChrisChris Posts: 148
    ravnhaus,[p]My only comment would be:[p]"For Sale" Jenn-Air Double Oven with convection oven on top.
    Apparently I don't need it anymore now that I have the BGE![p]Chris in Pearland, TX

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