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Post by claire on Fri Nov 28, 2008 8:36 pm

good few days in fridge i wouldve thought but u could freeze a batch and take what ul need out the freezer the night or morning before you need them?
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Post by adele on Fri Nov 28, 2008 9:02 pm

r good thinking claire thanks
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Post by simbalove on Fri Nov 28, 2008 9:04 pm

adele wrote:me and my 6 year old stepson are going to have a go and make some for the dogs christmas stokings, how long do they keep for once made?

7 days plus in an airtight tin - I haven't kept them in the fridge!!

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Post by Kengai on Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:00 pm

i've had mine for around 7-10 days in the dogs cupboard and they've been fine.

Has anyone tried them with a different type of mince? I bought minced lamb today and was going to give that a go.

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Post by adele on Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:05 pm

Kengai wrote:i've had mine for around 7-10 days in the dogs cupboard and they've been fine.

Has anyone tried them with a different type of mince? I bought minced lamb today and was going to give that a go.

ay yeah what a good idea, i have a bag of natures own mince beef in freezer i could use some off that, thanks for that.
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Post by simbalove on Sat Nov 29, 2008 5:17 pm

fourteen days was too long though as they got a bit furry then lol!

Should be good with any mince though I would probably not use butter with the lamb mince Kirsty as they may well be flooded with grease!

I am so glad you are enjoying my little recipe hmmm perhaps I should write a book.........oh I think I might need more than one Sad

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Post by Kengai on Sat Nov 29, 2008 6:03 pm

not use butter with the lamb mince Kirsty as they may well be flooded with grease

Didn't think of that Lesley - cheers!

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Post by simbalove on Sun Nov 30, 2008 12:48 pm

let me know what your gang thought of them - and then I might give them a try Very Happy

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Post by Kengai on Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:08 pm

Well, so far so good. I used Tesco value lamb and mutton mince, and didn't add any butter or eggs. Straight from the oven they went down a treat - even fussy Ivy was scoffing!

Going to try them a bit later now that they're cold, but they definitely have the thumbs up at the moment!

Now.......what else can I use?!?!

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Post by simbalove on Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:09 pm

chicken, beef, rabbit...... Very Happy

venison, duck, goose..... Very Happy

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Post by Kengai on Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:23 am

Ok - the lamb/mutton didn't go down as well as the turkey. They are very crunchy and my three don't really like crunchy biscuits - but if I stomped on the biscuit until it was broken up they nibbled on the crumbs!

Anyone want some to try?

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Post by simbalove on Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:01 pm

oh that is interesting - I wonder if they had been better if you left the butter in then? If so I am sorry cos I said to leave it out!!

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Post by Kengai on Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:15 pm

I may well try them again but put a little butter or egg in it next time. But I don't think it was all down to that - perhaps they were a little overcooked for my little 'uns tastebuds!

Seriously though - if anyone would like 2 or 3 to try before you cook them, then please pm me with your address and I'll post them out first class.

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Post by simbalove on Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:10 pm

Josh being a little finicky b**** doesn't like lamb or I would have bitten your hand off lol!

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Post by simbalove on Tue Jul 14, 2009 4:07 pm

simbalove wrote:With all the talk this week about the safety of pet treats and the fact that I can no longer get the pet bakery chicken bones I decided to have a go at making my own treats for Josh. I made these today and have to say that I almost fell over JOsh every time I went to check on them in theoven and he has had 3 even before they had cooled down lol!!

TURKEY HOBNOBS

500 g minced/ground turkey
60g diced unsalted Butter
2 teacups plain flour
1 teacup oats
1 egg

  • Rub in the butter and sieved flour.
    Add the Oats and stir well
    Add the ground turkey and mix well with your hands to work the turkey through the mixture.
    bind with a beaten egg
    Knead and then roll out on a floured board to about 0.5cm thick then cut into shapes.
    Bake on a lined baking tray at between 160 and 180 degrees C for about an hour until they are golden brown and hard.

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Post by maggie1 on Tue Jul 14, 2009 5:27 pm

This one involves using an oven so I've pinted it off so john can cook some

love maggie
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Post by adele on Tue Jul 14, 2009 5:46 pm

I have done these quite a few times for my lot and they love them, they are also very easy to make teddy hug
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Post by simbalove on Tue Jul 14, 2009 6:04 pm

maggie1 wrote:This one involves using an oven so I've pinted it off so john can cook some

love maggie

That's a copout!! lol!

BTW your babies will eat them however they turn out - I put some turkey pieces in the oven for Josh last night to cook for titbits and then completely forgot o I had. All evening I kept thinking hmm there is a lovely smell in here just like Christmas... it was only several hours later when I remembered - went running into the kitchen and lifted out the rather burnt brown hard offerings.... none the less this morning Josh was licking his lips and very happy when I offered him some of it lol!

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Post by Kengai on Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:01 pm

I make these regularly for my gang, and they love them.

Lesley - your story made me laugh. I tried making liver cookies for my lot this weekend - put them in the oven and forgot about them. An hour an a half later I opened the oven door, and you could have used these cookies as marbles! I can't even break them by standing on them! Sasha is quite keen to try and lick them though!

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Post by simbalove on Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:28 pm

I am so glad it isn't just me then lol!

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