an Asian twist
and so good. You can rub it with just about anything you want.
In the video below we give a Far East or Asian feel by using a
spicy Chinese BBQ sauce.
You can use just about any Hoisin, plum or Asian style BBQ
sauce you already know you like. We'll also show you how to make
a simple salad also
boneless quail (we use 2 per person) and your choice of sauce as
a rub. I like red chili flakes on top for a little zing.
Dressing we made consists of;
wine vinegar, soy sauce, sesame seed oil, sea salt, black pepper,
Rick's Chef Salt, and a small amount of whatever sauce you use
on the quail.
your oven to 450°, rub the quail with
your favorite sauce and bake. They should only take about 12 to
makes a great "lighter meal!"