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- Best Way to Eat Quail Eggs
Quail eggs, also known as quail bird eggs, are considered “ginseng among animals”. It is advisable to eat regularly as a nourishing diet. Quail eggs are unique in nutrition, their nutritional value is no less than that of eggs, and they have better skincare and skin beautification effects. This article introduces the best way to eat quail eggs.
Braised quail eggs
- 400g quail eggs
- Three slices of ginger
- A section of green onion
- 1 dried chili
- Five rock candy
- Amount of salt
- A teaspoon of light soy sauce
- One star anise
1. Cook the quail eggs and peel them. Cut the green onion into chopped green onions and cut the dried chili into sections.
2. Then put the oil in the pot and immediately add rock sugar and stir-fry the sugar.
3. The fried sugar should be reddish-brown.
4. Add the quail eggs and stir fry for two minutes to make the quail eggs evenly colored.
5. Add sliced ginger, green onion, dried chili, light soy sauce, and star anise.
6. Then add a small bowl of water after sautéing the flavor of the seasoning. Bring to a boil with high heat, and let low heat for 10 minutes.
7. After ten minutes, add salt to taste. Turn to high heat to collect the juice and it will be out of the pot.
When frying the sugar, be sure to have low heat. After pouring the oil, immediately add the rock sugar, and use the spatula to slide continuously.
Shrimp and Quail Egg Soup
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- 6 shrimps
- 50g quail eggs
- Ginger, spring onion, cooking wine, salt, water starch, sesame oil
1. Wash the shrimp, peel off the skin, add a proper amount of cooking wine and water starch into a bowl, mix well, wash the onion and ginger, and finely chop.
2. Beat quail eggs into a bowl, add an appropriate amount of salt and stir well.
3. Add an appropriate amount of water to the pot, boil over high heat, add shrimps and cook for 10 minutes, pour in egg liquid, add chopped green onion, ginger, salt, and sesame oil to season.
Tea leaf quail eggs
- 9 quail eggs
- Tea, star anise, cinnamon, pepper, ginger, dried chili, light soy sauce, cooking wine, a little sugar
1. Wash the quail eggs well, boil them or steam them.
2. After being cooked, use a spoon to break it into pieces until there are cracks.
3. Put the tea, star anise, and other ingredients in a pot with water and boil. After boiling, add light soy sauce and quail eggs and cook for another ten minutes.
4. Soaking for more than 8 hours will make it more delicious.
Hibiscus Quail Custard
- 200g quail eggs
- 150 grams of eggs
- 150g chicken breast
- 10 grams of ham
- MSG 1g
- 3 grams of salt
- 15 grams of cooking wine
- 10 grams of corn starch
- 40g lard
1. Boil the quail eggs and put them in a bowl.
2. Break the egg and take only the egg white.
3. Put the starch into a bowl and add water to make a wet starch for later use.
4. After removing the tendons of the chicken breast, pat it into mashed meat and put it in a bowl.
5. Add the cooking wine, refined salt, and wet starch to the bowl, then add 30 ml of egg white and water, mix well, and mix into a chicken paste.
6. Put 500 grams of chicken broth in the wok, put in quail eggs, add salt and monosodium glutamate to a boil.
7. Moisten starch into a thin gorgon, then slowly pour the minced chicken in and stir well.
8. When the chicken paste has thickened, put the lard into it and it is ready to eat.