Cobh Quail are reared in an outdoor environment in County Cork, where they are free to fly and roam. They are fed organic feed to ensure the best quality eggs. They try to give them a good life because they believe, happy healthy birds produce tastier eggs!
Some people who are allergic to chicken eggs can tolerate quail eggs. (But check with your healthcare professional before trying it out!)
In many Asian countries, quail eggs are eaten for their medicinal properties. Some people find that quail eggs help ease allergy symptoms, particularly hay fever.
How to cook:
Quail eggs can be eaten boiled, scrambled, fried, poached or used in baking, just like chicken eggs. But because of their smaller size, they take less time to cook.
Hard boil: approx. 2 minutes
Soft boil: approx. 1 minute