(My recipes are mostly pet recipes, I don't like them. I don't want to reprint without permission.) Mid-Autumn Festival is coming soon~ Do you also eat moon cakes for the dogs at home? But our moon cakes are too oily and too sweet for them to eat. It must be detrimental to health. So I thought of making dog moon cakes. It is roughly coarse grain and meat. The coarse grain powder (which can be barley powder, brown rice flour, oats, etc.) has no preservatives for its own moon cake, so please eat as soon as possible~
Chicken breasts are made into mud, and chicken liver or other meat can be added. Anyway, the total amount is 250G.
All the powders, meat and eggs and milk are added into the dough, and the powders are not necessarily all poured. Slowly add the dough into a non-stick dough.
Weighing, if your mold is 50G, the dough will be stuffed with 20G in 30G. If the mold is 100G, the dough 60G can also be dispensed at 40G, but do not exceed the weight of the mold. What I did was my own sugar-free bean paste and fresh egg yolk.
package. Because you can't shoot while you pack, you can't go to the kitchen to search for snowy mooncakes. The oven is preheated 180 degrees in the last few packs.
The oven is preheated and placed in 180 degrees for 50 minutes. After the time is up, take out a layer of egg liquid (the little scorpion has been waiting underneath...) and brush the egg liquid again into the oven for 10 minutes. (The oven continues to warm up when brushing the egg liquid) (If you are lazy, the egg yolk can also be brushed, then bake directly for 60 minutes)
carry out. Because dog moon cakes are not like human moon cakes with alkaline water and invert syrup, so they are hard and dry. The taste is different from that of people, but it is healthy and the dog also likes to be harder.
It can be replaced with meat or internal organs that your dog likes. The stuffing can also include the snacks he usually eats, etc. Anyway, the owner can DIY himself. Dogs with lactose intolerance do not add milk to people. Add pet milk or goat's milk, or try yogurt? (I haven't tried it~)