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recipe using the turkey liver to make dog treats?

anyone have a recipe to use just the one turkey liver leftover from Thanksgiving to make some treats? I just boiled it a little in water and guess I puree it up in the processor and then?
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OK, no responses....so I made up the recipe and it turned out fine!

I blended the liver and the water I cooked it in (about 1/2 cup) til the liver was almost all cooked.
I put an egg in a bowl, added the liver puree, then added oat flour (1/2 cup?), oats (1/2 cup?) and enough white flour til it made a stiff dough I could roll out about 3/8" thick on some flour I sprinkled on the counter.

I used a pizza cutter to cut into squares and baked them on a lightly greased pan in a 350 degree oven til they were somewhat hard.

Brooks tried one and his face showed he approved
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Way to go! I'm sure my dogs would like them but there's no way I can cook liver, never been able to even smell it my entire life.
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Some dogs find liver, gives them the runs!!

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The one turkey liver ended up making about 50 1" square treats, and as he only got 3 of them, I don't think it could give him the runs (but will watch to see if it affects him).

About the smell-I just cooked the liver for a few minutes in a microwave safe bowl with the water for a few minutes (covered, but unfortunately it splattered liver bits all over the microwave so I had a big cleanup) and the smell wasn't very strong.
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