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3 Ways With Quail Eggs

RobinBenzle's picture
To boil quail eggs, carefully place eggs in boiling water with a slotted spoon. When the water comes back to a boil, cook for exactly 3 1/2 minutes. Drain and run eggs under cold water for several minutes. Carefully peel the eggs under running water. Serve as an hors d'oeuvre with a mustard dipping sauce (equal parts mustard and mayonnaise); slice in half and use in a salad; or fry them sunny-side up in a little butter.
Ingredients
  Quail eggs 16
  Oil 2 Tablespoon
  Brown mustard 4 Tablespoon
  Mayonnaise 4 Tablespoon
Directions

MAKING:
For the boiled quail eggs with dipping sauce:
1)Hard boil the eggs in boiling water for exactly 3.5 minutes.
2)In a bowl combine mustard and mayonnaise.
3)Place them in cold water and peel them under running water.

For the fried quail eggs:
4)Heat a pan or a griddle with oil and fry the eggs sunny side up.

SERVING:
5)Serve the boiled eggs on salads or with a dipping sauce on the side. Serve the fried eggs at breakfast and enjoy!

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
American
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Cook Time: 
10 Minutes
Ready In: 
0 Minutes
Robin has found a new ingredient to play with and this time it is Quail Eggs. Tiny and easy to cook the video shows 3 different ways of cooking and serving them. If you want to try Quail eggs then this is the video to watch and start with.

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5 Comments

foodpsychologist's picture
Hi ! The boiled Quail eggs look very tasty. I love the salad too.
Anonymous's picture
Hey Chef! I think these are the best quail egg recipes ever...simple, delicately prepared fried quail eggs surely top the chart. And yeah, my little cousin brother just went all nuts seeing the tiny size of the eggs...great egg recipes for the kids :)
Ginger.Rose's picture
The quail eggs recipe of yours is simple and tasty! I must say quail eggs tastes much like chicken egg. You can serve these yum fried eggs along with toast for a grest snack also!
  Remy Charles 's picture
I enjoyed your recipe in haiti. Thank you
tiffany's picture
Love seeing your excitement over these lovely little eggs. However, you stated that these eggs are Bobwhite eggs and they are not. Bobwhite eggs are even smaller and are all white, these are courtnix quail eggs. Similar but not the same. I raise both. Thanks Tiffany