Doggy stir-fry with sweet potato mash
(at time of publication)
- You will need
- cookie cutter, such as heart or star shape
- greaseproof paper
- 400g chicken or turkey mince
- spray oil
- 1 cup grated carrot and courgette
- 1 cup cooked rice
- ½ cup peas, frozen or fresh
- 3 cups mashed orange kumarasweet-potatoX
- fresh parsley sprigs, to garnish
- Heat a non-stick pan to medium and add mince. Cook until evenly browned, stirring occasionally. Cook for a further 5 minutes.
- Add a little oil spray, carrot, courgette, rice and peas. Cook for a further 5 minutes.
- Place kumara mash on a piece of greaseproof paper and flatten down with your hand. Cover with another piece of paper and use a rolling pin to flatten out to about 1 cm thick. Cut out shapes with cookie cutter.
- Place kumara mash on a serving plate. Add a serving of stir-fry mince mixture and garnish with parsley.
If you don’t have a cutter for the kumara mash, you can simply form a shape using your hands.
To store, place mash and stir-fry mix in 2 separate containers. Keep in the fridge for up to 4 days.
Foods to never feed your dog
- spices such as curry, paprika or cayenne pepper
- salt and pepper
- butter and dairy foods
Only use a very small amount of oil if cooking meat.
If feeding leftovers, be mindful of what they contain – do they have butter or salt in them? If so, don’t use them.
A wide range of vegetables can be fed to your dog, whether fresh or frozen, such as peas, carrots, potatoes, kumara, broccoli, green beans, pumpkin and spinach. If choosing canned vegetables, check they contain no salt.
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