Dog Food Turkey Recipes
Dog Food Turkey Recipes
Dog food turkey recipes are a great way to give your dog a great treat and keep him healthy too. If you are looking for some great recipes, the best place to search is online. With the recent scare of poisoning in store bought dog foods and treats, more and more people are searching for a safer way to feed their dogs without spending an arm and a leg. Making your own dog turkey recipes and treats can give you an option to know exactly what ingredients are in your dog’s food, save money, and eat fresh.
The Tasty Turkey Omelet
If you are looking for tasty dog food turkey recipes, look no further than the tasty turkey omelet. You will need a single jumbo egg, two tablespoons of mashed potato, half cup of cooked turkey meat, a half cup of cooked vegetables, and a fourth cup of grated cheese. You are going to add some olive oil to a medium sized pan and heat it up. Whip the egg and the potato together and then spread in the pan. Spread the turkey and veggies onto the egg and potato mix and sprinkle the cheese on top. Cook covered till the egg is completely done and the cheese is melted. Cut into wedges and serve to your pup.
Dog food turkey recipes are very popular. None of them will have a candle to this one. Turkey balls are a great way to keep your dog happy and healthy. You will need:
• Uncooked pizza or bread dough – 1 loaf
• Turley broth – ¼ cup
• Flour – enough to thicken
• Cooked turkey – ¾ cup
• Cooked vegetables – ½ cup
• Garlic powder – ¼ teaspoon
• Grated cheddar cheese – ¼ cup
• Sesame seeds – ¼ cup
You are going to roll out your dough and cut with a cookie cutter three inch circles. Heat the broth in a sauce pan and add flour till it thickens. Add the turkey, vegetables, and garlic powder and allow it to cook till it is heated through. Once the thickened mixture is warm, spoon a few teaspoons onto the circles of dough, fold up the sides, and pinch them shut. Carefully roll each one into a ball shape. Sprinkle each ball with the cheese and sesame seeds. Arrange the balls on a greased cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for about 15 minutes or golden brown. Allow the balls to cool and then serve. Make sure to refrigerate or freeze any leftovers.
The Big Turkey Treat
Making a great big turkey treat for your puppy can be fun as it can economical. Go get two pounds of ground turkey; it is the easiest to work with. You will also want two eggs, 2 cups of cooked rice, 8 ounces of peas, three diced carrots, 1 large diced apple, and two cloves of minced garlic. Mix all the ingredients by hand in a good sized bowl. On a foiled baking sheet arrange the meat mixture into a huge dog bone shape and bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes.
Brad Weston writes dog food related articles for the Good Dog Food Recipes website at http://www.gooddogfoodrecipes.com