Holy Cow Balls That’s Good! How to Make Rocky Mountain Oysters [RECIPE]
If you haven't seen it yet, each week we have been featuring a bar or restaurant that serves great drinks in Northern Colorado. This week's is Bruce's Bar in Severance and their specialty just happens to be Rocky Mountain Oysters in addition to their drinks; If you have never heard of them before, they are a delicacy that comes from the nether regions of a cow or bull. Bruce's also happens to have the buffalo version. Here is a quick look at how to make Rocky Mountain Oysters according to Bruce, the owner of Bruce's bar.
You'll of course need to purchase a box of cow or buffalo balls to start off with. These can be somewhat hard to find, but luckily they are easier to find in Colorado than many places in the US. Just check with your local butcher shop and if they don't have any they can at least guide you in the right direction.
Cooking time may vary by oil temperature but just wait for them to be golden brown. You can also just fry these in a pan as well.