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Quail eggs are considered a delicacy in many parts of the world,  including Asia, Europe, and North America. In Japanese cuisine, they are  sometimes used raw or cooked as tamago in sushi and often found in bento   lunches. In some other countries, quail eggs are considered less exotic.

Benefits A single quail egg provides a significant chunk of your daily vitamin B12, selenium, riboflavin, and choline needs, along with some iron — all in a serving that contains only 14 calories. Selenium and riboflavin are important nutrients that help your body break down the food you eat and transform it into energy.
Ingredients Quail eggs contain fat, protein, iron, riboflavin, and vitamin B12 Quail eggs which contain 13% protein and 140 % vitamin B are an excellent remedy for asthma and cough. They are storehouses of vitamins A, B6 and B 12. It has lesser calories with only 80 calories in 50 grams quail egg. Soup made with quail eggs would provide instant relief for fever and cold.
Special instrcution for best results Quail eggs are so small, using a pan instead of a pot will make the water boil faster. ... Let the eggs boil for two minutes (soft-boiled), three minutes (medium-boiled) or three and a half minutes (hard-boiled). When the time is up, move the eggs to a bowl of cold water (we recommend adding some ice cubes).
Usage In Japan, quail eggs are considered a delicacy and used — often raw — in sushi. Other Asian countries like South Korea and Indonesia regularly use quail eggs as a snack or accompaniment to other dishes. In South American countries, the eggs are used as a topping for foods like hot dogs and hamburgers.