Ever since I tried quail eggs I have been hooked and now prefer them to chicken eggs. I enjoy eating quail eggs hard boiled, sunny side up, and as an omelet. There are so many recipes you can create with quail eggs. Below are photos of a few of them that I've been making.
|Quail egg omelet with baby bell peppers and white |
onion. Slices of corn bread and mortadella and mixed
olives on side.
|Slices of fried mortadella, hearts of palm, quail egg |
omelet strips -all sprinkled with dried basil -
and corn bread garnished with avocado on top.
|Quail egg omelet with boy choy in teriyaki sauce.|
|Quail egg omelet with scallion or chebolita onions and |
oyster mushrooms on the side. Garnished with
hearts of palm.
|Quail eggs sunny side up|
I have yet to try quail eggs soft boiled. I am tempted to do so but not sure how I will manage eating them when they are so small. No spoon will fit inside it.
I know that you need to consume many quail eggs to equate to one chicken egg. I have been eating three quail eggs at a time. Perhaps that is not enough to equate to one chicken egg but that doesn't matter. I believe I still get enough nutrients from these eggs so that's good.