Bon Appetit: KANGA-LOAF

Amber and Indy eat a very natural and usually raw diet.  They eat over a week a mix of meals from Barf, Salmon & Steamed Pumpkin, Kangaroo, Raw Chicken Wings & Boiled Chicken with Steamed Sweet Potato.

Indy is VERY food focused, whilst Amber is certainly less so.  Which is why I am always open to new natural meals I can make myself to include “A la carte”.

After a little google time searching for an easy recipe I came across a basic beauty that allowed room for personal additions or changes.

Since my dogs had never eaten cooked Kangaroo before, I was not sure what they would think.  I decided to keep the recipe essentially the same (just doubling it) with the addition of Kale.  If they loved it, next time I planned to include other fruit and vegetables such as apple, ground flax seed, pumpkin, bok choy, spinach and broccoli.

(Note: Indy is under 12 months so while he is still growing Kangaroo is a bit too lean for him to eat on a daily/regular basis.  For Amber it is perfect in keeping her nice, healthy and trim.)

Thank you “Bodhi” and your mum from 1st World Dog for the recipe!

‘KANGA-LOAF’

Ingredients:

  • 1kg Kangaroo Mince
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2-4 Carrots (Grated)
  • 1-2 Cups Cooked Rice
  • Bunch of Kale Leaves (chopped & lightly steamed in microwave)

Directions:

  • Pre-heat Oven (I had mine on 200 celcius for Fan Forced)
  • Mix Rice, Carrot & Kale together in a mixing bowl

    Mix Together Rice, Carrot & Kale

    Mix Together Rice, Carrot & Kale

  • Mix in Kangaroo mince

    Add Kangaroo Mince

    Add Kangaroo Mince

  • Crack in eggs and fold together until well combined

    Add Egg

    Add Egg

  • In a baking or loaf tray (line with baking paper to reduce clean up) spoon in your mince mixture and smooth out
    Ready For The Oven

    Ready For The Oven

  • Bake in the oven for approx 20-30 mins
  • Once cooked, allow to cool out of the oven
  • Flip you’re Kanga-Loaf onto a chopping board
    Ready To Taste Test

    Ready To Taste Test

    Amber and Indy are teeny tiny so I chopped it up into amuse-bouches (bit-sized hors d’œuvres) sized meals and popped them into the freezer until required.

    Dinner Is Served!

    Dinner Is Served!

Bon appétit!

Sit....Wait......

Sit….Wait……

Yummmmyyyyyyyyy!!!!!

Yummmmyyyyyyyyy!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author Bio: Nikki is pack leader at Pressplay Pets, a blog for the modern age pet parent interested in health & care, news, reviews & personal accounts of unconditional love & at times heartfelt pain of pet parenting. She is also proud mum to cute and cheeky Papillons ‘Amber’ and ‘Indy’ and one crazy Rainbow Lorikeet named ‘Ralph’! Follow my Facebook and Twitter.


 

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