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Chicken Fried Rice

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Chicken Fried Rice

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Happy Foodie Friday Fur-Friends.  This week I found a great chicken fried rice recipe on Pinterest which I made for myself.  So, of course, I had to make a doggie version for the Diva Dog.  As always feel free to substitute the veggies for any dog safe veggies you have on had and you can easily make this steak fried rice by using cubes of beef. If you would like to make a batch for yourself,...

Happy Foodie Friday Fur-Friends.  This week I found a great chicken fried rice recipe on Pinterest which I made for myself.  So, of course, I had to make a doggie version for the Diva Dog.  As always feel free to substitute the veggies for any dog safe veggies you have on had and you can easily make this steak fried rice by using cubes of beef.

If you would like to make a batch for yourself, you can find the recipe on my ‘Foodie’ Board.

Ingredients:

1 Large Chicken Breast cut into small pieces

2/3 cup cooked rice.  I used Brown but feel free to use what you have on

1 egg 1/4 cup frozen peas

1/4 cu frozen carrots

1 teaspoon olive oil

1 teaspoon  blackstrap molasses

1/2 teaspoon crushed garlic (Optional)

 

Heat the oil in a saucepan then add the garlic chicken and veggies.  Sautee until the the chicken is cooked.

Add the egg to the middle of the pan and scramble.

 

 

Once the egg is scrambled add the rice and the molasses.  Stir until mixed through and let the mixture cook for an additional 3-5 mins.

 

NOW GO COOK FOR YOUR DOG!

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Please note: These recipes are not ‘nutritionally complete’ as defined by the AAFCO.  If your dog is new to home cooked meals/treats start slowly and consult your vet if your dog has any existing medical issues.

*A word on garlic: There are many pet parents that avoid giving garlic to their pets and there are those of us who believe in the benefits of a small amount of cooked fresh garlic.  Do your research and decide for yourself.  If you do feed garlic, try to avoid garlic salt and garlic powder.  Most importantly, decide what you want to do for your dog and ask others to respect that choice.

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