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Braised Quail Egg Skewers

Braised Quail Egg Skewers

Indonesian style


Choose darker brown palm sugar instead of golden one to yield more attractive color


  • For the skewer

  • Ground into spice paste



Despite the quail eggs have dangerous potential for people with elevated cholesterol, but generally they are considered very healthy. In fact, compared to chicken eggs, quail eggs have six times more vitamin B1. Some of health benefits of quail eggs are to improve vision; stimulate growth; reduce blood presure; cleanse the body and raise energy levels.

Most commonly braised quail egg skewers serve as side dish and one of favorite snack for the kids.

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Bring the quail eggs to boil. When they are done, drain off hot water and run cold water over them until the eggs get cold.
This will help you to peel the eggs easier.
Then peel all the eggs and aside.

Step 2
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Grind all the spice ingredients, shallot; garlic; candlenut; coriander; pepper and bay leaf.
Add in the palm sugar and sweet soy sauce.

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In a medium size pot, put the ground spices into a boiling water.
Put in all the eggs and cover the pot. Continue cook over medium low heat until the eggs turn into brown.
Drain off and cool the eggs.

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To serve, thread 4 to 5 eggs into each skewer and serve with lettuce or other preferred fresh vegetables.

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For the skewer
30 Quail eggs
1 tablespoon Palm sugar
5 tablespoons Sweet soy sauce
1 teaspoon Salt
2 teaspoons Sugar
Ground into spice paste
4 Shallots
2 cloves Garlic
2 Candlenuts
1 teaspoon Coriander
1/2 teaspoon Pepper
2 Bay leaves Optional

Nutritional information

12.7 g
Total Fat
1.2 g
Total Carbohydrates
12.3 g
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