Rocky Mountain Oysters
Rocky mountain oysters are made from the testicles of a bull. Most often eaten fried in the United States, but added to soups and stews or grilled in other countries.
They are that part of the bull that is removed in his youth so that he may thereby be more tractable, grow meatier, and behave less masculine.
Selecting and Buying
Preparation and Use
When the calves are branded, the testicles are cut off and thrown in a bucket of water. They are then peeled, washed, rolled in flour and pepper, and fried in a pan.
Conserving and Storing
Store in air tight container in refrigerator for 3-5 days.
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