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Clarence Court Quail Eggs 12 per pack

4.8 out of 5 (16)

14 out of 16 customers would recommend this product to a friend.

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£2.65

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Product Description

One Dozen Free to Fly Quail Eggs.

Our 'free to fly' quality live in specially designed houses where they enjoy the warmth and seclusion for nesting and laying eggs, and they are 'free to fly' and wander at will outside in the fresh air.

Product Information

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Storage

Keep refrigerated after purchase to maintain freshness. Remove from refrigerator 30 minutes before use and allow eggs to return to room temperature before cooking.

Prepare & Use

Quail eggs can be served in the half shell, in first course dishes, canapes, salads, or simply with celery salt. Please see the back of this sleeve for a delicious recipe created by chef, Mark Hix.
To soft boil: place in gently boiling water for 1 minute, leave eggs in water for a further 30 seconds, remove and then peel and serve.
To hard boil: place in gently boiling water for 2 and 1/2 minutes, remove, run under cold water and then peel and serve.

Country of Origin

UK.

Country of Packing

UK.

Manufacturer

Clarence Court,
Tremar,
Cornwall,
PL14 6EA.

Package Type

Sleeve and Plastic Egg Tray.

Nutrition

Allergen Information

  • Contains Egg

Reviews

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

16 customers reviewed this product Average rating 4.8

14 out of 16 customers would recommend this product to a friend.

Rating: 5 star out of 5

dinky eggs

good with salad and lovely poached. children love that they are tiny.

Rating: 5 star out of 5

Delicious little nuggets

Well worth the fiddly part - peeling them, tasty, fresh and yummy with really good fresh mayo. A weekly staple in my shopping basket now.

Rating: 5 star out of 5

1 of 1 found this review helpful.

lovely

Cooking times on the pack worked for us. Very tasty. Just as for normal eggs, plunging in cold water before peeling speeded up the process.

Rating: 4 star out of 5

1 of 1 found this review helpful.

Good but fiddly

Trying to peel these things almost cost me my sanity. The ones that survived the process were delicious and looked good, but I will only buy these again if I am cracking raw eggs, to poach or something.

Rating: 5 star out of 5

3 of 4 found this review helpful.

Great for impressing guests.

Lightly boil for exactly 2 minutes 30 seconds to get a cooked white and runny yolk the instructions say to boil for the same amount of time to get hard boiled eggs-I think you actually need 3 minutes for this. Crack the eggs thoroughly all over with the back of a spoon but gently so you don't break the yolk. Always peel from the fatter end-it's easier to pick out the membrane in the "bubble" that always forms there. Peel carefully so you don't break the yolk, and follow the membrane. Wash to remove shards of shell. Dip into a black-pepper-heavy mixture of salt and pepper.

Recipes

Shaun Rankin's Smoked Salmon Terrine

Shaun Rankin's Smoked Salmon Terrine

Smoked salmon terrines always go down well at garden parties and picnics - though this will have to be prepared the night before. Use your favourite bread to serve with the terrine.

20 mins

Three Pea Salad with Quails' Eggs

Three Pea Salad with Quails' Eggs

As a light meal, lunch or accompaniment, this dainty salad is full of flavour.

20 mins

Quail’s Eggs with Celery Salt

Quail’s Eggs with Celery Salt

Cook's Notes Serve a bowl of mayonnaise alongside the eggs as well, with some fresh crusty bread. Cheat You can buy ready-made celery salt, but it’s a bit of fun making your own and it tastes so much fresher.

25 mins

Asparagus with Peppered Soft Boiled Quails' Eggs, Watercress and Wasabi Dressing

Asparagus with Peppered Soft Boiled Quails' Eggs, Watercress and Wasabi Dressing

This salad is a great combination of flavours.

15 mins

Richard Corrigan's Smoked Cod Scotch Eggs

Richard Corrigan's Smoked Cod Scotch Eggs

Richard Corrigan offers a playful twist on a British picnic classic. This aioli is fantastic for dipping the finished eggs in, and can be a great accompaniment to many other dishes.

1 hr


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