Chicken Tonight

Fresh Cooked Boneless Chicken with Dig-In Fresh

Ingredients

Ingredients Using 500g of Chicken Meat Using 1kg of Chicken Meat
Chicken, minced 500 g 1000 g
Carrots 100 g 200 g
Silver beet 75 g 150 g
Spinach 70 g 140 g
Egg, fresh 1 egg 2 eggs
Sunflower Oil 1 tablespoon 2 tablespoons
Fish Oil or Cod Liver Oil ½ teaspoon 1 teaspoon
Dig-In Fresh 40 g 80 g
Yield (allowing for cooking losses) 700 g 1300 g

Nutritional Facts

Typical Nutritional Panel for Cooked Meal
Protein 16.7 %
Fat 8.2 %
Metabolizable Energy (ME) 157.6 kcal/100g
Calcium  541.8 mg/100g
Phosphorous 467.0 mg/100g
Calcium: Phosphorous balance 1.2  
Zinc 97.1 mg/kg
Vitamin A 4840 IU/100g
Vitamin D 598 IU/kg
Choline 1023 mg/kg
Linoleic Acid 1.54 %
Ratio Omega 6: Omega 3 Fatty Acids 5.29  

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The perfect combination of vitamins and minerals that is simply added to your homemade dog-food. The right amount of the right stuff to ensure your DIY efforts are made super tasty and super healthy.
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Yield: 700g - 1300g Cook Time: 20 - 35 mins

Directions

Vegetable Preparation

  • Finely chop the silver beet and spinach, and finely slice the carrots
  • Microwave the carrots for 2-4 minutes until soft but not spongy
  • Microwave the silver beet and spinach in a covered dish for 1 minute
  • Drain the spinach, silver beet and carrots

Chicken Preparation

  • Preheat frypan over medium heat, then add the sunflower oil 
  • Add the minced chicken (add a little extra oil if chicken sticks to pan)  
  • Pan fry until the meat is completely cooked
  • Add the egg and cook until egg is completely cooked

Final Blending

  • Mix the cooked vegetables into the cooked meat mixture with a wooden spoon
  • Add the Dig-In Fresh powder mix and stir it in
  • Add in the cod liver oil and mix thoroughly

Cooling and Storage

  • Into clean containers, spoon enough of the prepared food for each day for your pet. The amount of food your pet will require each day is calculated by their age, weight and life stage, and is listed on the attached “Feeding Sheet”.
  • It is important that the cooked food is cooled to below 4°C within 5 hours. This is best achieved by placing the containers in the freezer and thawing in the refrigerator when ready to use. 
  • The cooked food can be kept in the refrigerator (below 4°C) for up to 3 days, and frozen for up to 3 months.

 

 

Feeding Instructions

Thawing and Feeding

  • The food can be served straight from the refrigerator or warmed slightly in the microwave if your pet prefers it.
  • If the food is taken straight from the freezer, extend the microwave time so it is properly thawed.
  • After thawing, mix the food with a spoon to ensure that there are no cold or hot spots
  • Please test that the food is not too hot before feeding it to your pet. 

Feeding

  • Dig-In Fresh cooked recipes can be fed on its own or blended with a kibble or other pet food

Feeding Guide for our DIY Recipes

All recommended servings are indicated in grams per day

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