This is one of the most satisfying and filling quail egg recipes that you will find! What makes it so special is that it is both easy and fast to prepare! What’s more, it has all the ingredients most people love: baked quail eggs with potatoes, delicious cheddar cheese, and mushrooms!
While a traditional French brunch at heart that is originally made with chicken eggs, this reinterpreted recipe will serve both as a delicious one-pot dinner with a glass of Chardonnay or as a filling and nutritional brunch that will fill you up with energy all day long! Go ahead and put your apron on. Time to cook a new quail egg recipe!
HOW TO MAKE BAKED QUAIL EGGS WITH POTATOES
This is another easy recipe that combines quail eggs and potatoes in a filling and satisfying meal anyone can make. You can serve with a yogurt dip or if you prefer spicier foods, a red chile sauce.
Baked Quail Eggs With Potatoes And Cheese
- 20 quail eggs
- 3 potatoes
- 7 ounces mushrooms
- 2 garlic cloves
- 5 ounces cheddar cheese
- olive oil
- Take three medium-sized baking potatoes and then peel them. Cut them carefully into bite-sized chunks similar to cubes. After that take 2 garlic cloves and slice them. Make sure they are thin enough to release the flavor but not too thin or else they might burn easily. After that, grate the cheddar cheese, about 140 g. Next, quarter the mushrooms.
- Then take a large pot and fill it with water. Add a pinch of salt with herbs in it to add some extra flavor to the potatoes. Put the potatoes in and bring them to a boil. Let them cook for 5 minutes, then drain.
- After that, grab a large frying pan and heat some olive oil. Then, cook the potatoes, mushrooms, and garlic for 5-10 minutes over medium heat. Make sure the mushrooms soften and the potatoes develop brown edges. After that, stir in the basil, about 1 tablespoon or 3-4 fresh leaves, and then cook for one more minute.
- Take a wooden spoon and transfer the potato mixture into a heat-resistant glass baking dish. Then, sprinkle the cheddar cheese and the remaining basil on top, making sure you layer it evenly. Then, with a teaspoon, make some holes in the mixture and crack in the quail eggs.
- Now turn your oven on - low to medium heat works best. Put the dish in the oven and bake it for about 40 minutes. You'll know it's ready when the eggs are set and the cheese is melted.
- Remove the dish from the oven and let it cool down a bit. Serve warm. Add more cheese and some Tabasco, if you like spicy food. If not, enjoy the baked quail eggs with mushrooms and potatoes just like that or with a yogurt dip, as mentioned above.
As you can see, this is a very easy potato recipe that you can make without too much effort. In fact, the effort you will have to put in is to curb your appetite that all these smells colors will give you. And the hardest part is waiting for the baking to be done.