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    #SundayLunch - Crunchy Tuna Bites!

    News#SundayLunchThursday 02 October 2014
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    Every Sunday we share a tasty DIY recipe we've found for your feline friend! These Crunchy Tuna Bites will definately go down a treat with your catty companion! 

     

     

    Remember that some cats have more sensitive tummies than others, so we always recommend checking with a vet that the following ingredients are suitable for yours. For best results, always buy organic, free range ingredients.

     

    For These Tasty Treats You Will Need:

     

    210g Tuna in Vegatable Oil

    105g of Rye Flour (if you don't have this to hand normal wholemeal flour is fine)

    1 Tablespoon of Chopped Fresh Parsley

    Water

     

     

    Method:

     

    1. Preheat oven to 180°C.

    2. Mix tuna, rye and parsley together well, breaking up tuna pieces so they are soft and mushy.
     
    3. Add water gradually, as is needed to make a firm dough that is easy to mould into a small shape.
     
    4. Roll a teaspoon-sized amount of the dough between your palms, creating a small round ball. Flatten the ball so it becomes disc-shaped.
     
    5. Repeat process until all mixture is used, placing each biscuit disc onto a lightly greased oven tray.
     
    6. Bake in your 180°C oven for 20 minutes, or until golden brown.
     
    7. Turn oven off, though leave tray in until oven has completely cooled. (This will help to dry out the biscuits further, and therefore help the treats keep for longer).
     
    8. When biscuits have cooled completely, they are ready to serve. Handy as an occasional treat, and/or an addition to your pet's everyday dry food.
     
    9. Store treats in an air-tight container in the pantry.

     

     

     

    No cat loves treats made with loving care more than shelter cats! If you are thinking about bringing a furry feline into your life, consider adopting from your local rescue

     

     

      

     

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