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Uncooked Quail

Its game season; my local butcher is crammed with pheasant, venison, boar sausages, woodcock and more. I should really return with my camera. A small purchase though of four little quail. Freshly plucked and locally reared and shot apparently, although I didn’t think to ask exactly where.

Recipe is a simple one, a take on a Nigel Slater, Hot and Sticky Roast Quail. A recipe that takes minutes to prepare and 25 or so to cook. Serve with rice and prepare to get your fingers sticky. Really sticky.

Sticky Roast Quail

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Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Sticky Roast Quail

Prepare to get messy! Eat this little sticky-sauced birds with your fingers.

Ingredients

  • 4 crushed cloves of garlic
  • 1 tbsp oil
  • 1 tsp cayenne pepper
  • Juice of half a lemon
  • Pinch of salt
  • 4tsp grainy mustard
  • 4 oven ready quail
  • 2 tbs soy sauce

Instructions

  1. Oven needs to be hot, say 220C. Mix the garlic, crushed, with the oil, pepper, lemon juice, soy, salt and mustard. With the quail placed in a roasting tin (not touching) cover them with the sauce mix. Roast for 25 minutes with a basting midway through. Eat hot with your fingers with some rice on the side.
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Sticky Roast Quail

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  1. [...] weekend saw a need for a wine to accompany some rather tasty Roast Quail, all sticky with an Oriental-inspired sauce. Sticky fingers resulted as these little birds demand [...]

  2. Soma says:

    Glad to finally step in. Cute little bird and an easy recipe. Really like the charred feel. I am no expert here, but wld. have really liked to see the kitchen towel behind the pan. It is taking away all the attention from the roasting pan. <3 the rest of the shallow DoF feel.

    • Andrew says:

      you are probably right Soma; the idea was to give a ‘hot, hot, hot straight from the oven’ feel. The fact the food was stone cold by now is a different matter!

  3. Love it, as always. Something odd with the new design though, the featured image overlaps the log. Is that intentional?

    • Andrew says:

      glad to know you are still hanging on in there Scott… not sure what you mean by ‘log’ but in Chrome the site doesnt display correctly with the SpittoonExtra logo shoving over to the right… I’ve asked the blog designer to advise but he is ignoring the pleas… If you want to see what it should look like have a go in the latest IE…

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