Cornish Game Hens Recipe

Cornish Game Hens Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

2 cornish game hens, about 1-1 3/4 lbs. each1/4 tsp dried dill weed1/4 tsp dried leaf oregano1/4 tsp pepper1 dash paprika1 tbsp virgin olive oil1 cl garlic, minced1/2 cup vermouth1 tbsp orange juice concentrate, frozen1 tbsp parsley, chopped2 tbsp almonds, slivered silvered

Preparation:

Preheat oven to 350 drgrees. Remove skin from hens. Cut each in half,discarding backbones. Season on both sides with the herbs and spices. In alarge non-stick skillet, heat oil. Saute hens about 4 minutes on each side.Transfer to a baking dish. Add garlic and shallots to skillet and sauteabout baking dish. Add garlic and shallots to skillet and saute about 1minute. Add vermouth and orange juice and swirl to mix. Pour over hens.Cover dish with foil and bake 20 minutes, basting a few times. Increaseoven temperature to 425 degrees, uncover baking dish and bake 5 minutes.Garnish with parsley and almonds. Food Exchanges per serving: 3 LOW-FATMEAT EXCHANGE + 1/2 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE; CAL: 220; CHO: 72mg; CAR: 8g;PRO: 27g; SOD: 49mg; FAT: 5g;Source: Light & Easy Diabetes Cuisine by Betty Marks Brought to you andyours via Nancy O'Brion and her Meal-Master

Serves: 4

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Is this Cornish Game Hens Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Cornish Game Hens recipe is part of our collection of healthy diabetic Chicken recipes. As we are ignorant of your peculiar medical conditions & the advice your medical team has provided, we are unable to say with certainty that this Cornish Game Hens recipe is OK for you. Nevertheless, because the original compiler marked it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggests that it, at the very least, matches the minimum precondition for the label `diabetic`, being low fat and low carb and therefore, should be better for you than the non-diabetic equivalent. All the same, this Cornish Game Hens recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are safe for you.

Cornish Game Hens Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Cornish Game Hens Recipe comes from our diabetic Chicken recipes section. Obviously, it would be totally out of the question for us to cook every single one of the diabetic Chicken recipes to verify that all the recipes are totally adapted for diabetes sufferers. Our diabetic recipe site has in excess of 2000 recipes listed, & to cook every one of them at one recipe per day would occupy us for 72 months. We strongly advise you to analyse the recipe ingredients with care to verify that all the recipes agree with the diabetes nutritional advice your nutritionalist has given you. In the event that you feel that this Cornish Game Hens recipe is unsuitable for diabetics, then kindly let us know and we will delete the problem recipe from our collection.

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