Eggs in purgatory is a popular Italian breakfast or brunch recipe of baked eggs in a fiery tomato sauce. Francesco Mazzei spices up his version with 'nduja sausage and serves with quail eggs and toasted sourdough.
Griddled asparagus with quail’s eggs and chorizo - olive magazine.
Griddled asparagus with quail’s eggs and chorizo. A simple dinner-party starter. Once the egg, asparagus and chorizo are cooked, it's a quick an easy assembly job. Quail’s eggs are a bit fiddly to peel but they look very pretty in this salad. If you want to use hen’s eggs, cook 6 in boiling water for 7 minutes then cool in iced water and peel and quarter to serve.
Soy grilled quail eggs with sesame salt I Ottolenghi recipes I These were inspired by a Japanese yakitori restaurant we often go to. The marinating and grilling gives the eggs a sweet, smoky aroma, accentuated by the milder sesame flavour. Ideally, they s