Mushrooms and Quail’s Eggs Salad Recipe

Mushrooms and Quail’s eggs salad is a very delectable main course dish especially for those who love mushrooms and most specifically the Chanterelles with their fruity smell and peppery taste!
Apart from being very tasty, this is also a very healthy salad and is rich in vitamins and minerals, and should be served for breakfasts.
So let’s get started with the mushrooms and quail’s eggs salad recipe but before that take a look at the things that you will need and other facts about it.

Preparation Time: 30 minutes
Utensils: Draining Spoon, Saucepan, Chopping Board, Chopping Knife, Salad Serving Bowl/ Platter, Serving Spoon
Servings: 4 to 5 persons


– 1 dozen Quail’s eggs
– 115 g (4 oz) White mushrooms
– 115 g (4 oz) Oyster mushrooms
– 115 g (4 oz) Chanterelles
– ¼ cup Coriander Seeds
– ¼ cup Garlic (mashed)
– ¼ cup Red Onions (Chopped)
– 1 bunch Green leaf Lettuce, separated into leaves
– 1 bunch Parsley
– 1 bunch Ice Berg Lettuce
– 1 cup Vegetable Stock
– ¼ cup Vinegar
– ¼ cup Olive oil
– ¼ cup lemon juice
– Salt (to taste)
– Grounded Black Pepper (to taste)


  • 1

    Boil some water in a saucepan and add chopped onions, crushed garlic and vegetable stock and let it boil for about 5 to 6 minutes.

  • 2

    Now in the meantime, take the white mushrooms and chop them into thin slices. As you get done with white mushrooms, take the oyster and chanterelles mushrooms and chop them into small cubes.

  • 3

    Now take these chopped mushrooms and add them in the saucepan and simmer for a few minutes.

  • 4

    After about two minutes drain out the mushrooms into the salad serving platter by leaving the stock in the saucepan.

  • 5


    Add the leeks in the left over stock and cook for a while.

    When the stock starts getting thicker then take it out into a bowl and add the stated amount of lemon juice, to taste black pepper and salt. Also add oil and whisk thoroughly.

    Now pour this dressing over the mushrooms and set aside.

  • 6

    Boil some water in a saucepan and when it starts bubbling drop into Quail' eggs with the help of a spoon and let it boil for two 3-5 minutes. (If you let the eggs boil for more then 5 minutes then you will get hard boiled eggs.).

  • 7

    As the eggs get boiled take them out, peel them and cut each of them into two halves.

  • 8

    Arrange the lettuce leaves around the serving platter and pour over the mushroom dressing. Put each half of the egg on the lettuce leaves and serve.

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