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Roasted Quail Feast for Valentines Day

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Exotic. Aromatic. Romantic. We prepared this intimate feast with a table for two in mind. Using Ras El Hanout, which contains a hint of Moroccan rose petals, succulent quail are pefectly roasted and finished with a finger licking honey glaze.  Our Wild Rice Pilaf accompaniment features the bold flavor of cassia cinnamon while Paradise Pistachio Relish combines grains of paradise and Aleppo pepper to bring everything together for a memorable Valentine’s Day Feast, we’ll leave the dessert up to you 😉

Honey Roasted Quail

 






 2 Comments

  1. jane says:

    This is a beautiful recipe and I was thinking of preparing it but I cannot find non the instructions how many Quail this recipe is for. Could you please send me that info?
    Thanks,
    Jane

    • Sherrie says:

      Yes, it is a beautiful recipe! (It tasted wonderful, too.) This recipe is good for 4 quail. Thanks for letting us know we had forgotten to put how many quail in the recipe – we were just too excited to post the recipe. Enjoy!

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