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The first thing I think of when I hear summer is grilling out at my parents house. Growing up, we would grill out 5 days out of the week. I was asked to create a recipe with Tyson Cornish Game Hens using a technique called Spatchcooking. I had never heard of this technique prior to now but will always use this method to cook whole poultry on the grill from here out.
Tyson Cornish Game Hen Twin Pack with a 10 oz bottle of Kikkoman sauce together at Walmart. Even better - there is a $2 coupon if you buy the combo back!
2 Tyson Cornish Game Hens
Kikkoman Teriyaki Sauce
Daikon & Carrots cut into match sticks and pickled - click here for a pickling recipe
French Bread, layered with mayonnaise and toasted
Marinate Tyson Cornish Game Hens with Kikkoman Teriyaki Sauce and seasonings of choice. I used ginger powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper. I also infused the hens using a meat marinade needle.
Cook Cornish Game Hens on a med-high grill, using one of the techniques mentioned above (or both!). Once fully cooked, remove from the grill and remove from the bone once cooled.
Place the meat in a toasted french roll, top with pickled veggies, cilantro and jalapeno
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