The Easy Step-By-Step Method For Cooking
Delicious BBQ Roast Quail
I usually say something here about getting free-range birds if you can however, as far as I know, all quail are free-range.
One thing to remember if you are doing quail for the first time, they do have a lot of dark meat. That's normal so don't let it bother you - it tastes great.
You've now cooked the perfect BBQ quail - serve and enjoy.
Perfect Basics - Whole BBQ Roast Quail - Advanced
Fill each bird with a stuffing made of cooked rice, lots of onion softened in butter, orange zest and fresh thyme leaves.
Mix equal parts of orange juice and olive oil together and coat the outside of the birds with this.
Pre-heat your oven to 200°C (392°F) and put the birds in a roasting pan.
When the oven gets to temp, put the roasting pan in allow about 12 minutes before checking. If the termometer is too difficult try gently pushing one of the legs away from the body - if it resists, they need a little more time.
Serve with cheesy polenta or a Mediterranean salad.
Other Perfect Basics
Perfect Steak - for steaks from beef, kangaroo, lamb, mutton, venison and goat.
Perfect BBQ Roast Beef - for large cuts of beef, kangaroo, lamb, mutton, venison and goat.
Perfect Chops - for pork chops and fillet (tenderloin).
Perfect BBQ Roast Pork - for large cuts of pork.
Perfect BBQ Roast Duck - for roasting whole duck.
Perfect BBQ Roast Chicken - for roasting whole chicken.
Perfect BBQ Roast Goose - for roasting whole goose.
Perfect BBQ Roast Pheasant - for roasting whole pheasant.
Perfect BBQ Roast Turkey - for roasting whole turkey.