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Liver Treats?

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by Mommy2Cool, Apr 29, 2003.

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  1. Mommy2Cool

    Mommy2Cool Completely Boxer Crazy

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    I did a search, but can't find the baked liver treats....

    Does anyone have a recipe?

    Thanks,

    Heike
     
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    catneon Completely Boxer Crazy

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    Mommy2Cool Completely Boxer Crazy

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    Thanks!

    Heike
     
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    Jan Reasonable Moderator Staff Member

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    Are you looking for treats that are 100% liver?
     
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    Mommy2Cool Completely Boxer Crazy

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    Hi Jan!

    Yes, just liver and garlic ...

    I think I'm going to have to purchase a dehumidifer ... so far they aren't working in the oven ....

    Heike
     
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    PetSmart sells them, and you don't have to stink the house up!
     
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    Mommy2Cool Completely Boxer Crazy

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    LOL Cash ... I have a freezer full, and would like to make a bunch!

    Heike
     
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    Jan Reasonable Moderator Staff Member

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    Liver Treats

    1 lb of sliced beef liver
    garlic powder

    Rinse off the liver, then cut into 1/2 inch strips. Put into a pot of boiling water, cover the surface with garlic powder. Simmer until barely cooked. Cover a cookie sheet will parchment paper or aluminum foil ( it just makes the clean up easier)

    Cut the stripes into 1/2 inch cubes. Bake in the oven at 200 - 250 degrees until dry. Store in refrigerator or in the freezer for longer term storage

    Liver Treats #2

    1lb liver (beef, chicken, turkey or pork)
    2 cups Brown rice flour
    1-2 T garlic powder

    In food processor, grind up liver until smooth. Add garlic powder and rice flour. It will have the consistency of cement. Spread on to a cookie sheet with sides (or use a jelly roll pan) that has been covered with parchment paper. It should be about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick. Bake at 300 - 350, for about 1/2 hour until firm. Cut into whatever size treats that you want. 1/2" is good. If you want harder treats ( make sure you cut it first) you can return them to the oven and bake them for another hour or two at a reduced temperature 150-200 degrees F.

    The soft treats you must keep in the fridge. The hard ones will keep outside of the fridge. :) I often make both in the same batch. When I take the soft ones out, I spread the rest out and bake until hard. My dogs love them both ways.
     
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    Thanks Jan!

    Heike
     
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