Chopsuey with Quail Eggs by Mary Rizale.
Filipino language lesson!
Quail eggs are called itlog ng pugo in Tagalog.
Itlog = Egg.
Pugo = Quail.
Boiled quail eggs (nilagang itlog ng pugo) can be easily bought almost anywhere in the Philippines. Street hawkers and bus vendors sell them four or five eggs in a slender transparent plastic bag. You can easily recognize them by their mottled shells.
These cute white eggs also a popular addition to different dishes, including chopsuey, and even randomly in misua and fried rice.