Quail Eggs

Quail Eggs | My Halal Kitchen Pantry

Quail eggs are tiny eggs that can be cooked just like your average egg, although some chefs like to add it raw to many dishes. If you decide to eat it raw, make sure you have purchased it from an absolutely reliable and clean source.

Quail Eggs

Quail eggs are commonly found in Asian markets and may also be purchased through your local CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).

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    1. Kafayat: quail eggs are very high in protein as well as important vitamins and minerals. In fact, they contain more protein than chicken eggs! They have more than double the amount of vitamin B1 as well. They have a high amount of iron and they do not cause allergies like chicken eggs can.

      To top it off they are so cute looking and easier to get the little ones to eat.

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