How Do You Cook Cornish Game Hens On The Ronco Rotisserie?
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The Ronco Showtime Rotisserie is a countertop oven that roasts food positioned on a rotating spit. Although many types of meat can be roasted in the rotisserie, chicken is a popular choice for home roasting, maybe because we often see them turning on spits in supermarkets, warehouse store delicatessens and even trendy restaurants. A Cornish game hen, also known as a Rock Cornish game hen, is a very small, young chicken that weighs between one and two pounds. Depending on the size of your rotisserie, you can cook from one to four Cornish game hens at a time. Prepare the Cornish game hens for cooking. Wash and dry the game hens, then season them as desired. Push the game hens onto the spit rods. When cooking more than one game hen, leave a small space between them on the spit rods. Arrange the chickens on the spit rods so they are evenly spaced and well balanced. Load the game hens into the rotisserie. Set the rotisserie to the “normal rotation” setting and set the timer for 45 minutes.