These were my old dog’s favorite. I
would mix them with some leftover
rice or pasta. Make the meatballs
in a size that will fit your dog.
Makes 10 to 20
(depending on size)
1 pound ground turkey
1 cup cooked brown rice, cold
1/2 cup cooked broccoli,
1/2 teaspoon fresh oregano, chopped
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
Place ground turkey, rice, broccoli
and oregano in a large bowl and
mix well using a large spoon.
roll to form meatballs.
heat the oil in a medium-size
pan and fry the meatballs; about
5 to 10 minutes until lightly
browned on all sides.
remove from pan and cool.
(can be stored in the freezer for
up to two months.)
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you can make these meatballs
for yourself as well. just add
one sautéed chopped onion,
a clove of garlic, and salt and
pepper, to taste.