Ingredients

How to make it

  • Remove the backbones, breastbones and ribs of the Hens by placing each on a board, breast side down. Cut along both sides of the backbone with a very sharp knife. Cut the meat from the rib cage, keeping the knife as close to the bone as possible. Pull the entire carcass from the meat.
  • With the hens skin side down, rub the ginger and the Sriracha sauce onto the meat of each hen.
  • Combine the 5-spice powder, salt, sesame oil and orange zest and rub this mixtures over each hen, back and front. Place 6 springs of coriander on each hen underneath the skin and then sprinkle the green onions on the inside exposed area.
  • "Sew" the backs of each hen with a bamboo skewer, completely enclosing the ginger, spice mixture and green onions inside.
  • Put on pre-heated BBQ Grill set at 350Fand cook for an hour, or until the juices run clear. Enjoy!

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  • sosousme 3 years ago
    Nice...I'll bet it's really tasty.
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  • sparow64 3 years ago
    Sounds great!
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  • Good4U 3 years ago
    Great Post!
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  • 22566 3 years ago
    Scarey... The sky is falling...The sky is falling
    No Skeleton...You left that little cornish all limp.
    Not much of a seamstress...but reckon I could sew this one up. :o)
    Thank-you,for this spicey little number of a recipe.
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • otterpond 3 years ago
    Great combination. I can see why you have made this many times over the years. I have had a real hankering for little chickens. I've book marked 5 Spice Rock Cornish Game Hens this for a coming attraction.
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