QuailA delicate and delicious option quail should occupy a place of pride on any menu. Truly as tasty as it is versatile, this tender bird is easy to prepare and cooks quickly. Our premium quail is sourced from reputable farms across the US and raised in open barns with plenty of room to roam. Our quail for sale includes whole quail bird, boneless and semi-boneless, plus medallions for quick and elegant cooking. Whether you prefer your quail roasted, grilled, or baked, our sterling selection of this flavorful bird is exactly what you were looking for!
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Boneless Quail Breast Medallions
from United States
These tender, flavorful quail breasts are completely deboned, making them a breeze to prepare in the kitchen.
Whole Quail, Bone In
from United States
This all-natural quail can be roasted, seared, grilled or boiled, offering a tender, more flavorful meat than other poultry.
What is Quail?
A member of the pheasant family, the quail, is a relatively small bird the ideal size for a generous single serving. Plating a whole quail is both an elegant and delicious way to present this gourmet game bird. A favorite among chefs and gourmands all around the world for its lean meat and sweet profile, quail is a fun and flavorful alternative to chicken. While they may be difficult to source from your average supermarket, you can always find ethically sourced, farmed quail right here at Gourmet Food Store. So no matter the season or the weather, you can still enjoy the delightful qualities of one of our favorite poultry options!
How to Cook Quail
While there are a million choices when it comes to preparing quail, one of the most straightforward is to simply oven roast them whole. Also delicious on the barbecue or deep-fried in their entirety, thanks to their diminutive size, there’s no need for jointing, separating, or deboning quail. If you do want smaller portions, simply purchase our quail breast medallions to make prep simple. Or joint the bird yourself, so you can confit the legs, sear the breasts, and enjoy all the delights of this tasty fowl.
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