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Quail eggs in rice paper

A particularly tasty and spectacular preparation with a creamy yolk and crispy outside. Not only to be used in a composition but also as a beautiful appetizer. 

Recipe for 30 eggs.

Quail eggs in rice paper

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Ingredients

30

 

quail eggs

2

 

sheets of rice paper

1

tsp

Japanese seven-spice powder

Preparation method

  • Freeze the quail eggs and then allow them to thaw in the refrigerator. This will make the yolks firm and creamy, while leaving the whites still in their liquid form.
  • Separate the eggs.
  • In a blender, grind the sheets of rice paper until fine and season with the Japanese seven-spice powder and salt to taste.
  • Coat the eggs in the ground rice paper sheets and deep-fry for no more than 30 seconds at 190°C, until the rice puffs. Drain on paper towels.

Serving suggestions

  • In a Japanese-style steak tartare with Shiso purple sheets.
  • Can also be served separately as an amuse-bouche.
  • As an amuse, e.g. with wasabi mayonnaise and sweet and sour red onion.

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