Flavored Boiled Quail's Egg

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Introduction: Flavored Boiled Quail's Egg

Flavored Boiled Quail's Egg, it suited for many kinds of Noodles!

Step 1: Prepare Quail's Egg

Prepare Quail's Egg

Step 2: Boil Quail's Egg

Boil Quail's Egg

Step 3: Peel the Boiled Quail Eggshell

Peel the boiled quail eggshell

Step 4: Prepare Boiled Quail's Egg

Prepare boiled Quail's Egg

Step 5: Insert a Dried Sardine Ans Salt in Boiling Water

Insert a dried sardine ans salt in Boiling water

Step 6: Drip Japanese Soy Sauce to Become the Color Like Brandy

Drip Japanese soy sauce to become the color like brandy

Step 7: Drip Sesame Oil With a Spoon

Drip sesame oil with a spoon

Step 8: Prepare 3 Red Pepper

Prepare 3 Red pepper

Step 9: Slice the Red €‹â€‹peppers

Slice the red ​​peppers

Step 10: Put the Sliced Red Peppers

Put the sliced red peppers

Step 11: Put the Boiled Quail's Egg in the Soup

Put the boiled Quail's Egg in the Soup

Step 12: Transfer the Egg and Soup to a Vessel, After 5 Hours, Be Ready

Transfer the egg and soup to a vessel, after 5 hours, be ready

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    What sort of chilli pepper did you use? It looks like a cayenne or one of the not too hot variety. Nice clear instructions and the recipe looks most interesting. Will try it, thanks for posting. Best Wishes from France.

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    Yes, cayenne pepper is used.

    On this picture, the length may look like little short, unexpectedly. Because the seed is spicy, three cayenne pepper are used per about soup 300g.

    May I ask what the sardine is supposed to do? I am very curious to try this recipe. I LOVE to try and cook new things. You did a great job with the instructable :).

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    It may be a kind of aroma, actually tastes of sardine is overwritten by japanese soy sauce, sesame oil and red pepper. But, without sesame oil and sardine, the total tastes become too light.

    Wow, I have never heard of anything like this!