heres a few of minePot Roast Style Quail6 Quail, whole6 oz Cajun Injectors “Creole Butter” marinade2 tblspn Tony’s Chacheres Creole Seasoning1 tblspn Crystal “Louisiana Style Hot Sauce”3 tblspn Olive Oil1 Yellow Onion, peeled, chopped & caramelized1 Red Bell Pepper, seeded, chopped2 Celery Stalks, cleaned chopped2 Potatoes , peeled, chopped2 Garlic Cloves, peeled, & minced1 teaspn Dried Thyme3 cups Chicken Broth1 cup WaterPre-heat oven @ 350 degreesClean quail, inject each quail with 1 ounce of “Creole Butter” (both breast & legs). Rub both sides of quail with Crystal Hot Sauce. Sprinkle both sides of quail with Tony’s Chachere’s Creole Seasoning. In Dutch oven heat 3 tablspns olive oil, hot. Brown seasoned quail on both sides . Remove quail and place on paper towels. Add dried thyme , garlic & onions and cook until onions are caramelized, add rest of ingredients. Stir thoroughly, add quail back to pot. Place pot in oven and cook for 2 hrs or until quail is tender.Note this recipe isn’t hot or super spicy.
Southern Fried Quail4 cleaned quail1/4 cup Flour1 tblspn Creole Sesoning1/4 teaspn Black PepperOil, for frying (Peanut Oil works the best)Marinade2 qts. Water, plus 1 cup water3 tbl spn CHicken Base or Bouillon1 tbl spn Salt or if using Bouillion use less Salt (about 1/2)1 tsa spn Black Pepper1/2 tea spn Cayenne Pepper1 teaspn Liquid Hickory SmokeBring cup of water to boil add chicken base and dry ingredients. Mix well, remove from heat let cool. Add hickory smoke to 2 quarts water mix add chicken base mixture to 2 qts water mix well.Marindae birds over night. Mix flour creole seasoning, salt and pepper together. Dredge quail into flour mixture.Shake off excess.Have pan 1/2 full with hot oil at 375 degrees, slowly ease quail into hot oil, browning quail on both sides. Cover skillet and reduce heat. Cook clowly until tender, about 20 minutes turning once to brown evenly.This Marinade also works great for Fried Chicken.
we had this for supper last night. We serve this with pan fried tators & collar greensthats some fine chew'n & swallow'n there
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