Pickled Quail Eggs. Miniature hard-boiled quail eggs are a fun one-bite cocktail party snack, especially when pickled and stained pink by grated beet. Simply make a quick pickling brine by boiling water, vinegar, sugar, salt, spices, and grated beet; cool; and pour over peeled, hard-boiled quail eggs. After a short 24-hour pickling time, the eggs will be ready for your next party. Try this make-ahead appetizer sprinkled with some fancy finishing salt.
Quail eggs are the perfect bite size high protein snack, and for those of you who have never eaten a pickled egg, this is truly a great egg to start with…not too big, not too small, just right. And it's so easy!
Great recipe for How to Boil Easy-Peel Quail Eggs. Feel free to use these in a variety of recipes! (examples below) Rolling the eggs around with cooking chopsticks when they're boiling will position the yolk in the center of the eggs. By shaking the eggs in the bowls, they will crack all over evenly, and will become easy to peel! (Recipe by Cooking S Papa)