Quail eggs are rich in lecithin and cerebrospin, which are indispensable nutrients for advanced nervous activities. They have a good effect on brain health. They also have the functions of strengthening muscles and bones, invigorating qi and eliminating rheumatism. It is very suitable to make snacks for children or elderly people at home during school. Five fragrant tea quail eggs are neither hot nor well preserved. Mothers can try it.
Food Material List
- 1 Quail egg 500g
- 2 Tea (about 50g) pacgt
- 3 Fragrant leaf 8 tablets
- 4 Star anise 5
- 5 Sichuan Pepper 30 grains
- 1 Wash quail eggs in cold water. (You cant rub hard. The skin of quail eggs is very thin. You must handle them lightly.)
- 2 Ingredients: Tea, pepper, fragrant leaves and anise are washed with filter screen at the tap.
- 3 Put some water and ingredients in the pot and boil. Put down quail eggs, add 2 teaspoons salt and cook over medium heat for about 20 minutes. By this time quail eggs were ripe, but not tasty. After turning off the fire, they were cooked for more than 30 minutes.
- 4 When quail eggs are best laid down, cook the medium heat and turn them into a blaze for a while before turning off the source of fire. (This will not cause premature bursting of egg juice to affect appetite.)
- 5 Use spoons to pick them up one by one and eat them.
- 6 The fragrance penetrated into the eggs, and it tasted great.~~
Quail eggs are very good to peel after cooling. After a little tapping, they pull the white layer of eggshell with their hands and completely peel off. This is also with ingenuity yo. Peeling eggshells used to be boiled eggs immersed in cold water immediately for a while, which can be easily removed. Boiled tea quail eggs are not recommended. The longer the boiled tea eggs are soaked in tea water, the better the taste. You can also wait for quail eggs to boil and break the shell with a spoon to let the tea fragrance permeate slowly.