Salmon or tuna dog cake finished and a bit sliced in smaller parts

Recipe for salmon or tuna dog treat

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by Erik Prins

26/08/2023

The easiest recipe ever

If you think I am joking, I really am not. This recipe is so easy it should be called the lazy dog treat recipe. You can make this and you only need 7 items

All the itmes needed to make the dog cake. These include a handheld blender, bowl of flour, jug of water, salmon in a tine, an egg and finaly a tub.
all items needed

Ingredients;

Tin of Tuna or Salmon (between 150-200 grams)

One egg

100ml of water

100 grams of flour or rice flour

The equipment

Hand blender

Tub around 19 * 11 CM

Microwave

Let’s start

I first place all the wet ingredients into the handheld blender. The tuna or salmon get priority so I am able to remove any spine bones. I then add the egg and water to the blender. I blitz it for about 30 seconds.

Photos showing the intial four stage
process of mixing

I then add the flour in one go and blitz it again for about 30 seconds. Once it looks well mixed together, I transfer it to my tub.

Now it is time to microwave. This is where your microwave skills come into play. I start off with 3 minutes. If after this time it is still wet in the middle I do another 2 minutes. Check how it looks if it is still loose in the middle do another 2 minutes. It is difficult to give you an exact time as it does depend on the tube you use.

Photos showing the stages of coking in the micrwave and how it should look.
cooking stages

If the middle seems firm, place a plate on the tub and turn it around. Then place it back in the tube and microwave it for another 2 minutes. When done place it on a cooling rack and wait till it is cooled off.

Once it is cooled off and ready to handle, it is time to cut the fish cake into bite-size pieces.

Photo showing the finished salmon or tuna fish cake for dogs. Some are already cut in small pieces
finished products

It is sad but it has to be done

FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT UNDERSTAND THIS. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR DOG (OR YOU) ARE NOT ALLERGIC TO ANY OF THE ABOVE-MENTIONED INGREDIENTS. ADDITIONALLY, WHEN YOU COOK PRODUCTS IN THE MICROWAVE THEY BECOME VERY HOT, INCLUDING THE TUB. MOREOVER, KNIVES ARE FOR CUTTING HENCE ARE SHARP, PLEASE BE CAREFUL YOU CAN HURT YOURSELF OR OTHERS. CHILDREN, MAKE SURE AN ADULT IS SUPERVISING YOU. PLEASE NOTE THAT TALK OF THE DOG CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR THE INCORRECT USE OF THE ABOVE-MENTIONED EQUIPMENT.

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About the Author

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Erik Prins

Hello, My name is Erik, I am a 3D (Dutch, Dyslexic, Diabetic), 55-year-old young man who lives with his wife, daughter and 3 Greyhounds in North Warwickshire. I volunteer as a dog trainer and run my own dog training and dog psychology business. I am proudly Dyslexic, please forgive my grammatical errors, spelling mistakes and you may be so lucky to experience my chaotic mind. I hope you will enjoy the content as it builds up over time.