Friday, March 4, 2011

Weekend Food Tour: Quail Eggs Stick

For a change, I'm featuring street food in Taipei once in a while. For today, Quail Egg is one of my favorites  here in Night Market. The eggs are always fresh then they cook them in front of customers. There are also  sauce of your choice like sweet soy sauce, salt and pepper. I prefer salt and pepper.

Here's how he made the quail eggs balls. He cracked the eggs one at a time, place them in a molder. Once the bottom of the eggs are cooked, he lifted the eggs with a stick to cook the other side.

 video

19 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I have never seen them cooked like that, but I love hard boiled quail eggs dipped in a little celery salt. Diane

Anncoo said...

Wooo...I love this and I bet this is very delicious!

Guiltless Grub said...

Wow, that is one street food I'd like to try...i am a bit adventurous when it comes to street foods. Send them over here please, :D

Cheerful said...

i love quail eggs...and now missing the quail egg street food in Philippines! happy friday! :)

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 gmirage said...

Reminds me of takoyaki, as they are cooked this way. Looks interesting...and i seldom get ahold of quail eggs...

lyzacruz88 said...

Quail eggs! My favorite!

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maiylah said...

awww, that's so cool!! i know i can easily eat lots of those...lol

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

galing! ang cute naman! :D

Clarissa said...

The molder looks like takoyaki here in Japan.Interesting!^_^

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genefaith said...

it's the favorite snack for children here in school..yummy and nutritious:)

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Foodamn said...

one of our fave Filipino street food, yes they look like takoyaki molder here. =) Nice pictures!

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life's journey said...

I never seen like that before but looks yummy. Happy FTF!

TaGa_Luto said...

As i read your blog title i thought it'd be similar to "kwek-kwek" not sure of the spelling but hope you know what i'm talking about. It's a Filipino street food..i think they're duck eggs w/ batter and then deep fried. But this is different. Wow!! now you have me thinking on trying a hand on this. I have an aebleskiver pan but i think they're too big so i'll have to think on what to use. Thanks for sharing this, Lani.

chubskulit said...

I love quail eggs!

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AC said...

wow! i have always loved street foods and I'm sure i'm gonna love this too... thanks for sharing! Here's my FTF for this week.

[pinkc00kies] said...

oh i like quail eggs too!!

darly said...

Reminds me of something similar we have back home, its called tukneneng and its coated with an orange colored batter of flour and egg and its deep fried. Equally yummy!!

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Bette said...

There is only one thing better than shopping in Hong Kong, and that's eating. From small noodle joints to upscale French restaurant, you will locate all sorts of restaurant, eating hall and snack stall on earth in Hong Kong. Here I found small amount of Hong-Kong-styled snacks online (http://yummiexpress.freetzi.com/). This is definitely a good choice before I have $ for another trip.

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