Bat and Balls also known as Soup Number 5 is one of the exotic soups from the Philippines made of cow's genitals, ginger and lots of onions. It is one of specialties in Batangas, Philippines which is actually made of a cow’s penis (bat) and testicles (balls). It is usually served with chili and kalamansi (Philippines local lime).

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