Thursday, December 09, 2004

Vegetables with Quail Eggs and Young Corn

I know, I know. I did say I was going to be out of commission for a while but I just can’t resist. I have a bunch of pictures and I can’t help but come up with one post for today. I must say that I’ve been very good at staying away from the blog world and really concentrating on my work (shh!). I blog hop during my breaktime (or should I tell that to the marines?).

Anyway, how about some canned quail eggs? Yes, I bought them from the Filipino store but these were imported from Thailand, cooked and shelled. Curiosity got the better of me again and so here I am blogging.

Ingredients:

1 tbsp of olive oil
1 pc of chinese sausage
½ of medium onion, coarsely chopped
1 carrot
2 stalks of celery
¼ lb of green beans
1 can of young corn
1 can of quail eggs
½ tsp of finely chopped garlic
1 tbsp of cornstarch dissolved in ½ cup of water
salt to taste

Heat oil in a pan. Cook sausage for about 2 minutes. Add onion and cook for 1 minute. Add carrots and cook for 1 minute. Add beans and celery and cook for another 1 minute. Add the quail eggs, young corn and finely chopped garlic. Season with salt. Pour cornstarch solution and cook for about 1 minute or until cornstarch is cooked. Serve hot.

In the meantime, I met another friend in blogosphere and you might want to visit her. She's friendly and I don't think she bites. (LOL)

13 comments:

Beng said...
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eye said...

yumm quail eggs, doble-doble ng choles ng chicken eggs but i can't resist them :D

Beng said...

hmmm sounds yummy to me. i'll try to prepare this recipe of yours next week for my guest. oh btw, how did you know i don't bite (ahehehe).

rolly said...

PAra bang chop suey yan, ma'am? Looks like my wife's cooking to me, ingredients and all. Yummy!

watson said...

I came in from Bloglines to read the Abodabo post but I got lost somewhere. Hahaha. I know, I know. you e-mailed me before about the changes. But that's just me, I can get lost even in the net. ahaha.

As usual, the photos look delectable. 1PM na, makauwi na nga at makapag-lunch! Thanks ting-aling!

fanatic cook said...

If I could have someone cook for me, I could only hope that dish would be something they placed in front of me :)

SiaoChaBoa said...

Love quail eggs.. :) Dish looks absolutely yummy... !!

fish fish said...

fish fish dun eat quail eggs. but i like the layout of this dish, very colourful and healthy looking. :)

ting-aling said...

Hey everyone. thanks for the visit. 'will pay you a visit soon too.

mari said...

looks yummy! i love veggies. this one is a winner!

Tin said...

Hi Ting! Thanks for posting this! I almost forgot that I used to love this dish cooked back home! Hmm, I love quail eggs, too!

I'll use this recipe for sure. Thanks! :)

ting-aling said...

Cook away Tin and Mari!

Toe said...

Great! I've been looking for vegetable recipes and this section of your blog would help me a lot... need to lose some weight kc. :( Love quail eggs so I'll try this first. Thanks Ting-a-ling.