Thursday, June 3, 2010

Quail Eggs in Soy Sauce - (메추리알 조림)

While at the Korean grocery store, I happened to come upon some quail eggs and decided to buy them. 

 

Ingredients Needed:

  • 20 quail eggs
  • 10-15 garlic cloves, 1 red pepper, 1 green pepper
  • 2 CUPS water, 1/4 CUP soy sauce, 1.5 TB sugar, 2TB cooking wine


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I just bought one package of eggs.


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Boil the eggs for about 10 minutes and then rinse them under cool water.


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Peel all the eggs like so!  TIP:  It’s a lot easier peeling these under some running water.  Just make sure you have something to *catch* the peels since they can potentially clog your drain.



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In a pot bring the following to a boil: 2 CUPS water, 1/4 CUP soy sauce, and 1.5TB sugar, 2TB cooking wine


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Meanwhile get some garlic and peppers ready.  I used about 12 pieces of garlic, 1 red pepper and 1 green pepper.



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Throw in the eggs and let it boil on medium heat for about 15 minutes.

 

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Throw in the garlic and peppers and let it boil for about another 5 minutes.  I didn’t eyeball it right and ended up with way too much gookmool.  No worries.  Just throw some away when you’re done boiling!

 

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Turn off the heat and let it cool down a little and you’re all ready to serve!  Eat and be merry~

2 comments:

  1. mmm this looks good! i've never had quail eggs, just regular old chicken eggs in jangjorim. i want to try this though! btw, i love your janjorim recipe, i've used it many times!

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  2. Can you replace quail eggs with regular chicken eggs? :) Thanks for posting up these recipes - I don't know how I can find recipes like these! :D
    And do take care of your health! I've been following your blog for over 2 years since I started college as a sophomore! I'mma still look forward to your future recipes :) TY
    -Sandy :)

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