Small eggs, big possibilities!
These delicate, delicious and diminutive eggs are a great addition to your farm fresh shopping list! Available in cartons of 2 dozen, and gathered fresh daily.
The nutritional benefits of quail eggs
Quail eggs contain 13% protein compared to 11% protein in chicken eggs. One egg has only 14 calories, but they are very nutrient-dense, with more vitamins and minerals (by weight) than a chicken egg. Quail eggs contain more health-promoting antioxidants and minerals including, selenium, riboflavin, and vitamin B12, and double the amount of iron.
Cooking with quail eggs
The possibilities are endless! Quail eggs have a higher egg-to-yolk ratio than chicken eggs, with a richer taste. They are about the size of a large olive, so they make great hors d'oeuvres (think bite-sized deviled eggs), are wonderful pickled, in salads, as appetizers or garnishes, and lightly friend atop avocado toast. They are used in many different regional cuisine; Latin American (a tapas menu mini favorite), Asian (atop hot noodles and the finest sushi), and European (a classic finish to steak tartare).
Find out what everyone else is raving about, and try some quail eggs today!