Quails, Bone In, (2 x 350-400g), frozen

Quails, Bone In, (2 x 350-400g), frozen

Regular price $45.00 SGD

As part of quail meat, there is an enormous amount of vitamins and nutrients needed for the normal functioning of the body. Such a rich composition causes many healing qualities. The dietary product, whose energy value is 134 kilocalories per 100 grams, contains:

Phosphorus and sulfur. The inclusion of quail meat in the diet will be a great way to normalize the metabolic processes that occur in the body. The product helps to get rid of extra pounds, helps to improve the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.

Potassium. Due to the large amount of this trace element that is contained in the quail meat, it brings invaluable benefits for the functioning of the brain, helps to organize the work of the cardiovascular system. The use of quail meat is an excellent preventive measure against arrhythmias and low blood pressure. 


Quail are a tiny full-flavored bird that you can roast, braise, fry, grill or even saute. They taste gamier than chicken but not so much so that they are off-putting to people who don’t enjoy that taste. For a lot of people, quail is something that they see on restaurant menus or cooking shows, but quail is very easy to prepare at home. Because of their small size, they cook up quick. If you are looking for an elegant weeknight meal you can have them on the table in under 30 minutes.

They have a structure and colour similar to chicken, but you will likely want to have two for each person when serving as a main dish. Serve them alongside a warm grain salad and some roasted grapes. Or make a mini thanksgiving style meal with mashed potatoes, cornbread dressing, and a delicious tart cranberry sauce. Another idea is to braise a few quail in sage and butter and serve with glazed carrots.

Product of Australia.

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