Juicy beef ball

Urinary Cow Ball is a traditional famous dish with a long history, originating from the ancient town of Songjiang in Jiangnan during the Shunzhi period of the Qing Dynasty. It was carefully developed by the Wang family through special techniques and formulas. Later, due to the Wang family's descendants traveling to Hong Kong, it gradually became a famous dish on Hong Kong Island. It has been popular in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia for nearly two hundred years, attracting countless diners. During the Opium War, Hong Kong style beef balls spread abroad, and the scene where Stephen Chow used beef balls as table tennis balls in "The God of Food" that year precisely described its characteristics. Even Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom even conferred the title of "tribute pill" on this delicacy.

Urination Cow Ball "is a traditional Chinese cuisine with a long history. It was developed by the Wang family through special techniques and formulas in Songjiang, an ancient town in Jiangnan during the Shunzhi period of the Qing Dynasty. Later, as descendants of the Wang family traveled to Hong Kong, it gradually became a famous dish on Hong Kong Island. It has been popular in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia for nearly two hundred years, attracting countless diners. During the Opium War, Hong Kong style beef meatballs were spread abroad, and even Queen Victoria of England conferred the title of "tribute meatballs" on this delicacy.

Audiences who have watched Stephen Chow's "God of Food" will definitely remember the scene where Stephen Chow used cow balls as table tennis balls. The portrayal of the "peeing cow balls" in the film is exhilarating. You don't need to covet and enjoy the authentic urine cow pill, as you have great taste. In this city, you can taste the wonderful feeling for yourself.

Legend has it that during the Shunzhi period of the Qing Dynasty, the Wang family in Jiangnan developed the urine cow pill through special techniques and formulas. Later on, descendants of the Wang family traveled to Hong Kong, where urinating cow balls gradually became a famous dish in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and later became popular in Southeast Asia. How can the urinating cow pill, which has a history of several hundred years, not be so famous in the palace of elegance? The shop owner introduced that peeing beef balls are made by mixing beef puree and shrimp shrimp balls together, then boiling the shrimp juice into ice, wrapping it in beef, and boiling it until cooked. The shrimp shrimp balls are called peeing shrimp in Hong Kong, hence the name. Another theory is that according to the unique characteristics of meatballs, they contain soup and the soup splatters when eaten, which is metaphorically referred to as peeing cow meatballs.

A bowl of delicious, fun, and refreshing urine cow balls was placed in front of me in anticipation. The high-quality beef tenderloin, paired with deep boiled beef bones and seafood soup, smells so delicious. I grabbed a ball and threw it into the spoon, and the cow ball really bounced twice. This scene bears a slight resemblance to the scenes in 'God of Food'. Put it in your mouth and gently bite it, it's so unexpected and surprising. A stream of high soup bursts out from the beef balls, splashing with delicious juice, and it feels truly extraordinary!

Yufeng Gongwan's urinating cow balls can also be fried with ingredients such as shrimp and cashew nuts, making them sweet and delicious; Or add quail eggs and hibiscus balls and fry them in warm oil for a while, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside; Alternatively, add a small amount of vegetables, tomatoes, etc. to stew for a refreshing and salty taste.