Can Dogs Eat Chicken Liver? Boil Cooking Tips

Liver of chicken is a highly nutritious and a very tasty meal for any dog. It is also very easy to cook. However, not many owners think about including it in their dog’s meal because they have never tried to eat it themselves. If you are similar to them, then you and your furry friend are missing out on the delicious food. If you learn how to cook chicken liver for dogs you will know that there are many recipes you can learn, which will be in your budget and one of the tastiest foods you will find. We have got some of the recipes listed for you which your dogs will love.

Why Should You Serve Chicken Liver To Your Dog?

Many owners think that they have many treats for their dogs. However, it is important that you take a detour to know the many benefits of giving your dog liver of chicken.

  • Chicken liver has amino acids and high-quality proteins in high quantities.
  • Chicken liver has Vitamin B Complex in high quantities.
  • Vitamin A, D, E, and K are the fat-soluble vitamins found in chicken liver in abundance.
  • Chicken liver contains minerals in abundance. Some of these are zinc, copper, and iron.
  • Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids can be obtained from chicken liver. These improve the dog’s coat.
  • It also helps in maintaining the eyesight because of the high Vitamin A content.
  • It increases the oxygen-carrying capability of the blood. Thus, making your dog stronger, with high levels of endurance.

Now you would surely want to start feeding your dog with chicken liver. If you don’t have the expertise to cook these dishes. You can start reading the below article for tips and tricks.

How to Serve Liver to Your Dog?

There is no specific rule about how to cook the chicken liver which needs to be fed to the dog. Every dog is different from the other, so their taste for food is different as well. However, one thing is clear, never serve the chicken liver when it’s raw. Always buy them from a good store and you have cooked it. There might be pathogens in the raw meat which might cause infection in your dog.

So, if you have the raw chicken ready you can start cooking the dish as per the mentioned instruction.

Recipe 1 – Chicken Liver Meat Recipe

For this recipe, you require –

  •       Chicken livers.
  •       A small bowl.
  •       A medium-size pot.
  •       A plate.

Step 1- Washing: Wash the chicken liver.

It does not matter if you brought the chicken from a store or a farm. You should always do it. Settle everything in a small bowl and wash it with cold water. As soon as you do that you will see the color change to a light red and some debris floating in the water. Make sure you rinse the chicken liver, once or twice, to clean them thoroughly. When you get the clean water, you can start with the next step.

Step 2 – Prep: Now you can place the chicken liver in a pot which is clean. Add clean water (cool water). The pot should have 1 inch of water for each 10 pieces of liver that you add to the pot.

Step 3 – Cooking: Switch on the heat on the gas stove and boil it.  When the water is boiled, you can turn down the heat a little bit. Now add the chicken liver and allow it to simmer. Cook it for 15 minutes and turn off.

Step 4 – Post cooking: Take the pot and clear the excess water into the sink. Remove the pieces and cool them down and serve them to your pooch.

Recipe 2 – Chicken Liver Cookies

For this recipe you would need:

  • Water.
  • Chicken livers.
  • A medium-sized pot.
  • A bowl/container.
  • Flour.
  • Salt.
  • Egg.
  • Vegetable oil.
  • Cornmeal.
  • Powdered milk.
  • Garlic powder.

Step 1Washing & Prep: Follow RECIPE 1 as you have to repeat the steps.

Step 2 – Processing: Boil the pieces you want for the dish. Add the chicken liver to the food processor. Mix the gravy of the liver with a bit of oil. Now you can freeze the chicken liver.

Step 3 – Dough Making: Make a dough of cornmeal and flour and bake it in the size you want. Bake it for 30 minutes. You can add vegetable oil and salt to taste. You can also add eggs.

Step 4 – Post Cooking: Add the chicken liver gravy to the cookies you made and serve them to your pooch.

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