Quails have a good ratio of meat to bones, and given their tenderness and small size, the bones are usually eaten as well, instead of being removed. Quails have a delicate flesh with a taste that's similar to a cross between duck and chicken, giving them a robust, fuller flavor. Quail meat has many nutrients in its composition like fat, calcium, protein, iron, zinc, and phosphor. It also contains Vitamins- A, B, D, and K. Quail tastes best when stuffed and grilled or baked.
4 semi-boneless quail come in each pack weighing 3.75-4 oz a piece.