Jacki Ciereszko - Secretary; Frome Dog Training ClubContact me - firstname.lastname@example.org
Doggy Training TreatsLIVER CAKE1 kg ox liver (69p a kilo from Morrisons and probably even cheaper from a butcher - so I’m only spending about a pound a month on treats)1 kg wholemeal flour1 head of garlic2 large eggs, beatenSkimmed milk to mixMethodFood process the liver and the garlic (this makes a disgusting mess of the food processor, so now I do it in small batches with the Bamix, which is easier to clean). Mix in the flour and eggs with enough milk to make a spreading consistency.WELL grease and line a baking tin (I use an old roasting tin - and I line it with silicone baking paper since this stuff is murder to remove once it bakes on hard) and spread in the mixture. Bake at 180º for 30 minutes or so, until it is a firm cake.When cool, turn out and cut into pieces small enough to be distributed to a good dog, or dogs, in a day, and freeze.Keep the defrosted cake in the fridge.PILCHARD CAKEThis is very much like the liver cake recipe but made with tinned pilchards and it’s delicious - all my pals at the agility club go mad for this - yum yum woof!!..2 large tins pilchards in tomato sauce10oz flour (we use self raising) 2 eggs milk to mixMix all together in a food processor adding enough milk to make a soft cake like consistency and bake in large shallow tray (lined with silicone paper or you’ll never get it out of the tin) at 160 degrees until firm - just like a sponge cake.Cut into small cubesWill keep in the fridge for up to one week or freeze
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Pilchard Cake No. 21 Tin Pilchards in Tomato Sauce2 Eggs8 oz Plain FlourMix with a fork. Bake for approximately half an hour at 190 degrees C.Remember to keep it refrigerated. This can be frozen until needed.