What to do with the leftover quail eggs? Or do you need a quick, easy finger food for a party? This is simple and surprisingly tasty. Only three ingredients! In Australia, we can purchase tinned quail eggs from the Asian grocer as well as from some common supermarkets.
This recipe is something I used many times while entertaining friends and family on our boat or at backyard BBQs and dinner parties, and it has always been a hit. When I last made this recipe in Thailand I had to buy quail eggs and boil them myself. I have discovered that pealing quail eggs in absolutely devastating!
Mix a tablespoon of salt with about a teaspoon of five-spice. Taste and adjust until you have a good balance of salt and spice.
Then simply plate up the eggs, dip a few in the spice and serve along with the salt mix in a small bowl.
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