Added by: Norah Added on: March 8, 2019
## Season 1, Episode 7 ##
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This is now my 7th recipe for Season 1. Each Season will feature a total of 12 recipes of main dishes. If you like this video, please give it a thumbs up by pressing the like button. Please also share this recipe with your family and friends. Don’t forget to subscribe if you haven’t already so that you will not miss my next video. Your support means a lot to me.
In this video I am going to share with you a Roast Quail with Pomegranate Sauce recipe. This tasty and elegant dish is perfect to share with your loved ones. The rich, tangy and deep red sauce pairs beautifully with the roasted quails. Just delicious.
Several notes here to share with you:
Here is a quick rundown of the recipe:
To prepare the herbs mix, pinch the leaves of the herbs from their stems. Gather the leaves on the chopping board and finely chop them with a rocking motion. Mix herbs, salt and olive oil in a bowl and set aside.
To prepare each quail, grasp the quail’s wings and tuck them behind its back. Use index finger to carefully loosen the skin over the quail’s breasts. Spread herbs mixture over the quail’s breasts and insert butter. Stuff the lemon wedges into the cavity of each quail. Rub excess herbs over the quails. Tie each quail’s legs together with wet cooking string. Don’t worry if you are making a mess. It is normal!
Roast the quails in the preheated oven set to 180 degree Celsius for 30 minutes or until cooked through.
To prepare the pomegranate sauce, saute garlic, shallot and ginger at low heat until brown. Add the remaining ingredients (except corn flour which will be used later). Bring to boil on medium heat. Cover pot and simmer at low heat for 20 minutes.
Remove garlic, shallot and ginger with a slotted spoon. Thicken sauce with corn flour (optional). If corn flour is not used, keep reducing the sauce until it reaches your desired consistency.
Remove the roasted quails from the oven. Pour pomegranate sauce over the roasted quails and serve warm/hot with the sides of your choice.
Happy cooking ;-)