Quail eggs are rapidly gaining traction in cooking as a tiny and cute alternative to chicken eggs.
They taste remarkably like chicken eggs but are small — typically just one-third the size of a standard chicken egg. They have cream-colored shells with brown splotches and deep-yellow yolks. For their size, they are packed with nutrients.
Quail eggs are rich in nutrients and full of health-promoting antioxidants that may help reverse cellular damage and treat allergy symptoms.
Always keep Quail eggs refrigerated below 40 F. Refrigerated Quail eggs will be good for up to 5 or 6 weeks after purchase but we advise you use up your eggs within a month if possible.