Whre can i buy fresh quail eggs in T.O (King/Dufferin) and what breakfast dish would showcase their flavour best? Fried? Omlette?
I see these quite frequently at Pusateri's on Avenue Road in the egg/dairy section. Check out the downtown location if you want some closer to where you live.
I bought something great at Jean Talon market in Montreal last weekend. Pickled Quail eggs. Delicious. The yolks remain softer than pickled chicken eggs. Its made by a small producer. Anyone seen these in TO?
Thank you, I found them at Pusateris :)
They're also there at Oriental Harvest in Chinatown.
You can find quail eggs at Scheffler's Delicatessen in the St.Lawrence Market. They are delicious friend and served over noodles and chicken.
I think any asian grocery store will have quail eggs. Cook them the same way you would chicken eggs ... maybe not scrambled unless you want to use a half a dozen for a single amuse.
You're right. They are at most 'Chinese' supermarkets. Within the last week I have seen them at Lone Tai and Fu Yao.
You can also get them at T&T on Cherry street. I like them fried or gently poached in soup. :)
I can also vouch that T&T on Cherry has them by the case regularly. A lot cheaper than at the WASPish places I bump into them (like Scheffler's).
They're great served pouched in soups. I love my udon with a quail egg.
Fiesta Farms has them.
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