Maw-Maw's Favorite Quail Egg Recipes

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Cajun Omelet with Quail Eggs
In a sauce pan add one can of cooked tomatoes drained and chopped fine, two onions cut fine, plus mince 1-2 garlic cloves. Add heaping tablespoon of bread crumbs, salt, pepper and a dash of cayenne. Cook slowly until onions are tender. Take two dozen quail eggs and beat together. In a 12 inch non-stick skillet place one tablespoon of butter and when hot add quail eggs. When omelet sets pour other ingredients on it, fold over and cook 2 minutes longer.

Poached Quail Eggs, Cajun Style
Stew 1 can of diced tomatoes and one green pepper shredded until reduced by half. Pour into hot platter and arrange toast on top. On each piece of toast place 2 poached quail eggs. Pour a small amount of melted butter, salt and pepper over eggs.

Baked Quail Eggs
Spread butter in muffin tins. Put a thin slice of fresh tomato in the bottom of each ring. Break 2 quail eggs in each ring, sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cover each ring with another slice of tomato, sprinkle with salt and pepper and top with a small amount of butter. Bake until tomatoes are done and quail eggs solid. Serve on buttered toast.

Quail Egg Pie
Hard boil 24 quail eggs. Make a white sauce with 3 cups of milk, 3 tablespoons of flour and 2 tablespoons of butter. Line the sides of a baking pan with a pie crust. Crumble day old bread or bread crumbs in the bottom of pan. Cut the eggs up over the bread in pan. Add the white sauce. If there isn't enough sauce to cover add more milk. Any kind of left over meat could be added if desired.

Cheese Quail Egg Omelet
24 quail eggs. Beat eggs then add 4 tablespoons of milk. Place one tablespoon of butter in non-stick pan. When melted pour mixture in. Add a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Then add 1/4 pound of grated cheese. Brown omelet carefully, fold over and serve immediately.

Quail Eggs and Rice
12 quail eggs. Beat eggs and 1/4 of milk then add about one cup cooked left over rice. Place one tablespoon of butter in non-stick pan. When melted pour mixture of quail eggs and rice in pan. Add a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Stir until cooked and serve immediately.

Asparagus and Quail Eggs with Cheese Sauce
Cook fresh asparagus tips until tender. Make a white sauce with 3 cups of milk, 3 tablespoons of flour and 2 tablespoons of butter. Arrange asparagus on slices of toast. Put 2-3 poached quail eggs on a slice of toast. Add grated cheese to hot white sauce, beat until the cheese is melted and pour over eggs and asparagus. This was a treat for Paw-Paw. He had a little patch of asparagus that came up each year.

Spanish Quail Eggs
Two dozen hard boiled quailed eggs. In a skillet put one table-spoon of cooking oil, one onion cut fine and cooked until tender. Add one green pepper chopped fine, one can of cooked diced tomatoes, cook until vegetables are thoroughly done. In another skillet put a level tablespoonful of cooking oil, same amount of flour, when blended add one cup of milk. Then add to other mixture. Cut quail eggs in half long ways. Combine all ingredients in a baking dish. Set in 350 f preheated oven until thoroughly heated. Cooking quail eggs are fun and easy.

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