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Liver Cake

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Cloud&JaysMum, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. Cloud&JaysMum

    Cloud&JaysMum PetForums Senior

    May 18, 2011
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    Does anyone have a good tried and tested recipe please. This is the second time I have made a batch and although the dogs eat it and its ok it doesn't seem to rise up and be all fluffy. I thought with the first batch I had picked up the wrong flour but I have made Bread rolls for our supper tonight using that same flour and they have risen lovely ....... I am thinking maybe I need a new recipe.

    Thanks xx
  2. grandad

    grandad PetForums VIP

    Apr 14, 2011
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    Try this one. use self raising flour :)

    • Liver Cake


    • 1lb/450gr Liver

    • 1lb/450gr Self Raising Flour

    • 3 Eggs

    • 2 cloves of garlic

    • Milk or Water


    1. Break eggs into measuring jug and beat together

    2. Add an equal amount of milk/water to the eggs

    3. Blend liver and garlic in a food processor

    4. Add egg mixture and flour and blend to a sponge cake consistency

    5. Line 2 Swiss roll tins or similar with baking parchment (do the sides too as it will stick) use the silver foil type. Flattish ones are okay.

    6. Divide mixture between the 2 tins

    7. Bake at 180C for 35-45 mins

    8. Cool in the tin cut up and store in fridge of freezer
  3. sianrees1979

    sianrees1979 PetForums VIP

    Feb 27, 2009
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    i haven't tried it yet but found this recipie (must try it next week)

    1 lb (450g) liver (lambs or pigs)
    1 lb (450g) granary flour
    3 eggs
    2 cloves of garlic (optional)
    One teaspoon of oil
    Dash of milk
    Liquidise liver with eggs, milk, oil and garlic in blender. Add to flour and mix. Put into a microwave dish
    and cook on full power for about six-ten minutes.
    The cake should bounce back when pressed lightly, when cooked.
    Cut the cake into slices and freeze. Take out of freezer when required.
  4. Dogless

    Dogless PetForums VIP

    Feb 26, 2010
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    I use the above recipe - what I will say is chop the liver before you put it into the blender or you end up with strands wrapped around the blades and a burnt out motor :eek:.
  5. Cloud&JaysMum

    Cloud&JaysMum PetForums Senior

    May 18, 2011
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    I found that out tonight .... although it didnt burn out it did wrap round and cleaning the blade was a nightmare :lol:

    Thanks everyone for your recipes I will give them a try :D
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