Spring, Easter and Primroses
Proljeće, Uskrs i jaglaci
We are approaching Easter, and I had the idea to make eggs with balsa wood. Still I don't know what will become, perhaps you will see in the next post.
For now we enter in the mood of spring with primrose flowers.
Spinach and Quail Eggs
Špinat sa malim jajima
Simple spinach pan-fried with garlic and sweetened with milk. Then used as nests for eggs. My mother remembers having eaten a lot as a child, and even as a young girl to eateries.
Now we approach Easter,and I want to illustrate this dish with quail eggs.
I enjoyed going to the market to buy fresh spinach, quail eggs and the first planting of primroses. And it's immediately spring, after this long and cold winter.
1 kg fresh spinach
2 cloves of garlic
3 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon flour
200 ml milk
a little butter
6 quail eggs
salt and pepper
Boil the spinach in a little salted water. Cut them finely and fry slightly in a pan with the extra virgin olive oil and two whole cloves of garlic, until they lose the excess water.
Add a tablespoon of flour and the milk, and cook for 7-8 minutes. If you want a creamy consistency, add more milk.
Create 6 small hollows, add in a little butter and lay the quail eggs. Salt the eggs. Cook covered for a few minutes, or until the egg desired doneness. I do not like soft, because I'm afraid to eat raw eggs.