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Wumanchild | Jun 16, 200312:17 AM     9

Do quails taste similar to cornish hens/chickens?

I stumbled upon having to prepare for a last-minute dinner party, and have no time to experiment. I have a crowd-pleaser-idiot-proof recipe for baking an herbed cornish hen within a crust, which reserves all of the juices and has great presentation. Everytime I serve it to guests however, the portion is much too large. My question is whether quails can be used interchangeably for cornish hens, or is there a recipe modification I should make?

Thanks for any help. If anyone is interested in the recipe, email me and I will be happy to share.

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