December 5, 2009



48 pieces quail eggs, hard boiled then shelled
2 cups oil for frying


1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 egg white
2 tbsps. atsuete oil
1/2 cup water
1 tsp. onion powder
1 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. pepper
1/2 tsp. salt


  • Combine all the ingredients for the batter in a bowl. Mix well.
  • Heat oil in pan. Dip each hard-boiled egg in the batter, then fry till golden brown. Serve with vinegar or sweet chilli sauce.

TIP: You can also use small chicken eggs for this recipe.

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10 responses to "QUEK-QUEK"
marvin said:
December 26, 2009

this is my favorite during my college years!

julie said:
December 28, 2009

where the procedure how to cook quek2?

admin said:
December 28, 2009

procedures for cooking quek2x is posted on this page. please scroll down.

robert bon m. lumabi said:
December 30, 2009

mabuti nlng may lutong pinoy site anlaking tulong kasi hndkao marunong magluto ng papaitan.. mar aming slamaat po…more power!

admin said:
December 30, 2009

Thanks for dropping by. Visit again soon!

maribeth said:
January 20, 2010

thanks for the delicious recipe. mahilig akong magluto, kaya nag eenjoy ako sa tuwing bibisitahin ko ang website nyo. mas marami pa kong natututunan na ibat ibang luto, thanks talaga.

cooker said:
February 7, 2010

paano naman yung kwek kwek sauce?

admin said:
February 7, 2010

Here’s a low cost kwek-kwek sauce
1 pc. corn starch (Liwayway in paper packaging)
4 cups water
5 tbsp sauce sauce
salt (optional)

Mix all in a saucepan then heat the pot and continue mixing the ingredients. Before it boils you will then notice that the mixture starts to be sticky. Continue mixing until you got the right stickiness.

Add pepper before turning off the heat. If you want more taste, you can add Magic sarap.

ludy said:
August 16, 2010

what is the 5 tbsp sauce sauce in the sauce recipe of the queck queck sauce?

alex said:
September 9, 2010

best kwek-kwek ever

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