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Rocky Mountain Oysters - aka Bull Balls - 101 Recipes

Bull Balls

Bull Balls - A Tasty Treat
Bull Balls - A Tasty Treat

Ummm, Rocky Mountain Oysters, better known as bull balls. Yep, there are people who eat balls (besides the human kind) and I found a website with tasty recipes for you folks out there wondering what to serve your guests on Super Bowl Sunday. Click the link below and.....enjoy!

Recipe from the website:FunLinked (http://www.funlinked.com/testicle/recipe.html)

Calf Fries in Wine Sauce

40 bull testicles

1 or 2 cloves of garlic

Onion to taste

2 Tablespoons corn starch

1 cup white wine

Salt and pepper and tabasco to taste

1 cup water

*Wash and clean testicles thoroughly. Boil until tender*, about 30 to 45 minutes.

Drain thoroughly.

Sauté oysters, onion and garlic until brown.

Dissolve corn starch and water in cup, then add to oysters.

Add wine and let simmer until sauce thickens.

Add seasonings and serve steaming hot.

*Hey I would wash balls before I...well...you know.

Hey if you try any of the recipes, post a comment here and let us know what you think.

 Last updated on March 1, 2012

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Johnny A 6 years ago

"Bull balls - a tasty treat"

Niiice. I am laughing my ass off!

Richard 5 years ago

I think my boyfriend would love to eat those balls

hermit@pcez.com 5 years ago

I have been looking for a recipe that didn't require coating and frying of the "Rocky Mountain Oysters" --like fried chicken or onion rings!  It was surprising to find your apparent braising recipe that I can adapt! Today I ordered two pounds of "bull balls" and will try several processes -- completely skinning the membrane, scoring of the membrane, poking holes in the membrane, with all to be marinated before braising.  I have found that braising with a reduction of the braising sauce is my preference. Of course, sherry, rhine wine, port, or Burgandy wine will be an addition to the sauce.

My LAST choice is frying, but I will try it anyway!  I'm tired of chicken and pork -- because the only variations seem to require use of sauces.  I am not enamored of "sauces."  The only "sauce" I like is really hot horseradish sauce mixed with fat free sour cream to avoid "SDS"  (sudden death syndrome)  (just kidding).  But if a reduction of a wine sauce can complement these "balls," that''s what I'll use!

I am determined to find the best recipe for "bull balls" I can find . . . and I'll let you know what works!  By the way, Andrew Zimmern peaked my curiosity about animal testicles . . . .  My  deceased husband had a major problem with meat that was not "main stream."  I introduced him to escargot and calamari.  But, my husband wouldn't even try beef tongue!  Now that I can explore the panoply of food options, thank Gawd Mr. Zimmern has introduced to me a whole range of options beyond what I even knew!    Alice Venner  - La Pine, Oregon

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Paulie 5 years ago Hub Author

Good for you. There should be a link to more bullball recipes. The closest I've come to bullballs as a meal was while visiting a friend whose roommate was cooking bull penis. I saw something hanging over the pot and he explained what it was. Anyway there is also something called "manish" soup that men from the islands and Belize eat

mark 5 years ago

what is the easiest way to clean calf nuts? freeze first?

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Paulie 5 years ago Hub Author

For cooking calf nuts, check out this site: http://onecowgirl.blogspot.com/2008/05/some-kids-p...

Cristobal S. rojo 4 years ago

Hello,try blanching the testicles,slice thin,garlic,salt and

peper to taste then BBQ over hot bricketts just to brown

do not overcook,serve hot aconpanied with your favorite

sause,try chimichurry sause you will be surprised,thank you.

aynonomous 4 years ago

thats fucked

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Paulie 4 years ago Hub Author

Surely no pun intended.

cake 4 years ago

No one has suggested a wine to serve with any of these meals.

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Michael Shane 4 years ago from Gadsden, Alabama

Yummy in my tummy! Cool hub! Seriously, I have never tried them and never planned to....

Mam-maw 4 years ago

Where can they be purchased?

Chris Anderson 4 years ago

We fried them and fixed them like Veal Picata and they were great. Do not over bread them or use corn meal. Their flavor is very delicate.

ChaCha 4 years ago

They taste great! Very similiar to calamari. When I make them I usually flour them and deep fry them. I serve them with marinara sauce to dip with and there absolutely delicious it!

Allison K 3 years ago

another tasty way ... put 'em in a stew

Erica 3 years ago

Super excited to try them! Braising wouldnt hav thought of that.serving with mashed potatoes

2 years ago

fried onions, garlic, ginger, salt and pepper, some parsley and tomato sauce -delicious!!!

tyjanique galloway 2 years ago

They sound vary goog

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Gypsy Willow 16 months ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand Level 1 Commenter

Still not tempted but thanks for the recipe . Can't believe the flavor is "delicate" !

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Gypsy Willow 16 months ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand Level 1 Commenter

Still not tempted but thanks for the recipe . Can't believe the flavor is "delicate" !

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