Quail Egg Shots – A Delicious And Highly Nutritious Treat

A serving of quail egg shots

As a society, we’ve grown more and more obsessed with healthy eating. Luckily, for all the health freaks out there, we have found the holy grail of food: quail egg shots! If you want to have the ultimate healthy snack, look no further than this 10-minute recipe! It’s literally the best thing you can have for breakfast or simply as an appetizer.

What we love about this particular quail egg recipe is its simplicity. If in the early 2000s we were drawn to fast food, no matter how unhealthy, today we are drawn to fast superfoods. In other words, we still want our food to be fast, but we also want it to be healthy. We’re no longer just looking to fill our stomachs. We want the food to nourish us as well.

Quail egg shots is not an American dish, as you might have guessed. In fact, originally, this recipe comes from Japan. This recipe is very popular there, unlike here in America. They serve it in select restaurants, meaning it is generally a dish for the upper class. Nonetheless, everybody eats quail egg shots, even if they prepare it a home. People in Japan love it because of its taste, texture, and its numerous properties. In Eastern medicine, especially Chinese traditional medicine, quail eggs are not just a delicious meal, but a home remedy for a lot of health issues as well. In other words, they are incredible for your health, but we won’t get into that right now. If you want to read about the health benefits of quail eggs there’s a lot of information out there.

Here at QuailEgg.Recipes we’re interested in providing our readers with high-quality recipes that take little time to prepare. After all, we rarely have time to sit and cook. However, we’re always interested in delicious and healthy food that takes little time to prepare. This is why we adapted the original recipe, in order to make it more accessible to anyone regardless of their cooking experience.

Without further ado, let us present to you a recipe that you will fall in love with: quail egg shots!

DISCLAIMER! This recipe can be changed as you want. You can change some of the ingredients to your liking. Feel free to use onions instead of chives if you want a more spicy flavor. You can even opt for pepper or jalapeno if you like hot food. The great thing about this quail egg shots recipe is that it’s versatile!


Quail Egg Shots - A Delicious And Highly Nutritious Treat

While this recipe may seem exotic to some of us, it's actually quite common in Asian cultures. We dare you to move past your skepticism and give these quail eggs shots a well-deserved chance.

Type: Appetizer, Breakfast, Snack

Cuisine: Asian

Keywords: quail egg shots

Recipe Yield: 4 servings

Calories: approx. 50 kcal/serving

Preparation Time: 0H15M

Cooking Time: 0H1M

Total Time: 0H20M

Recipe Ingredients:

  • 4 quail eggs
  • 1 tbsp bacon, fried and finely chopped
  • 1 tsp chives or fresh onion
  • salt to taste

Recipe Instructions:

Step 1: Grab a medium-sized saucepan and fill it with water. Turn on the heat and bring it to a boil. As soon as the water starts boiling, prepare to soft boil your quail eggs (very soft; they'll be runny). Soft boiling quail eggs is different from boiling chicken eggs. Since these ones are considerably smaller, they will require less time.

Step 2: We recommend you give the water a brisk swirl. As soon as you created a whirlpool, drop the quail eggs and leave them in for 1 minute. Then, remove them and place them under a stream of cold water for a couple of seconds. This will stop the cooking process and the eggs will remain soft and creamy, which is exactly what we want for this recipe.

Step 3: Next, peel the eggs. This step is rather difficult because it may require a little training beforehand. But you'll get the hang of it once you've boiled quail eggs a couple of times. Make sure you are gentle, so as not to take the white along with the shell. Only peel half of the egg.

Step 4: After you're done peeling the eggs, put them on a dot of cold butter. This will ensure that they stay in a vertical position. Take one tablespoon of fried and finely chopped bacon, and sprinkle it over the egg. Do the same for the chives or fresh onion. Don't forget to salt to taste. Serve immediately!

Of course, this recipe isn’t the only thing that works wonderfully as an elaborate snack. Take, for example, our deviled eggs recipe. People love deviled eggs. They’re small, delicious and satiating! In other words, a great snack that will keep people sober while they drink, and full enough so they don’t get hungry.

Back to our quail egg shots, this recipe isn’t just for breakfast or brunch. You can also serve it as a light dinner or as an evening snack. For example, if you have a date coming over or birthday where you have a couple of guests coming over, this recipe is something that will leave a great impression! People will be pleasantly surprised at how complex it looks and impressed by its taste! You simply can’t go wrong with it!

If you liked this recipe don’t forget to share it with your friends. Also, don’t forget to drop a comment letting us know how your quail egg shots turned out!

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