Rocky Mountain Oysters

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Rocky Mountain Oysters

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Rocky Mountain Oysters. Rocky Mountain oysters, or meat balls, also known as prairie oysters in Canada (French: animelles), is a dish made of bull testicles. The organs are often deep-fried after being skinned, coated in flour, pepper and salt, and sometimes pounded flat. This delicacy is most often served as an appetizer.

What Are Rocky Mountain Oysters? (with Pictures. Rocky Mountain oysters are a type of food that actually consists of the testicles of bulls or sheep. They are part of a class of meat called offal, which is a term for the internal organs or entrails of butchered animals and includes other foods such as chicken gizzards, beef tripe and pork intestines. Also known as prairie oysters or calf fries, Rocky Mountain oysters usually are sliced

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Rocky Mountain Oysters

How To Cook Rocky Mountain Oysters. How to Cook Rocky Mountain Oysters. If you have ever tried Rocky Mountain Oysters, you are braver than most! But, many really enjoy this delicacy. To fully enjoy the experience you should cook your own Rocky Mountain Oysters.

Rocky Mountain Oysters Recipe. These are made from what is left after many ranchers castrate the spring calves. Many times they are just roasted over a campfire but the recipe below is what is served in local Colorado restaurants. Don't be a sissy about them. They are actually very good. Of course my prep time does not include the time to remove these meats from the animal.

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13 Best ROCKY MOUNTAIN OYSTERS Images. What others are saying Rocky Mountain Oysters Recipe, Love these! (cant knock it til you try it! Ingredients: 2 lbs bull testicles (calf, lamb, sheep, or turkey testicles can also be used) 2 tablespoons salt 1 tablespoon vinegar 1 c.

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