Pineapple Garlic Honey Hen

Little Baby Biiirrrdddyyyyy. I ate the little baby birdy today. It was good. I mean juicy and flavorful and Deliissshhhh. Im gonna get right to it.

Pineapple Garlic Honey Cornish Hen

Ingredients

  • 1-2 Cornish Hens
  • 2-3 Tbsp of “Smokin’ N the Bird Box Seasoning”
  • 1 stick of melted butter
  • Honey
  • Pineapple Juice
  • Garlic Paste

Takes ,
serves 2.

Instructions

  1. Check out the video below and ill be back with the rest

Alright. So while its in the oven Ill go ahead. and make the Pineapple Garlic Honey which is super simple. Pineapple Juice, Garlic Paste, and Honey. I heat a sauce pan and add about a cup maybe a little less of pineapple juice. then I let it boils and reduce, ones its reduced a bit meaning some of that water has evaporated add the honey, about a cup and stir in let it bubble up then add about 2 tablespoons of garlic paste- reduce heat and stir. There are rough measurements you can definitely eyeball it and see a good consistency and add more of something if need be. like I said super simple and its done sit it to the side to cool. It will thicken as it cools. after about an hour I go take the foil off of the pan and turn the heat up to 400 degrees let the skin crisp up for 15-30 minutes.

When I tool it out of the oven I removed the metal mesh and sat them down in the liquid they created to rest.

See what I meant about the seasoning forming a Crust around the bird? the seasoning I used is a special blend especially for any kind of Poultry. Its available for purchase in the Seasonings&Rubs section in the menu bar above.

Now lets pour that Pineapple Garlic Honey sauce on top.

Delishhhhhhh I ate a whole one bye myself. What? Don’t look at me like that!

As always share this recipe and follow for more taste bud strokin’ recipes, Thanks for Cooking With FoodDealer and Remember my measurements are my measurements Just sprinkle until the ancestors tell you that’s enough my child.

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Its Jas!! 28yr old mother of 2. Im a Foodie, a Cook, and now a BLOGGER lol. Come cook with me!!

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