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This recipe I created in 2012 for our adorable furry little girl Sheba (Alaskan malamute). When we moved in to the new house I mislaid some of my recipes. A few months ago I found a few of my recipes. I thought of  sharing this recipe for  your very special furry to try.
Sheba can’t take much of additive, preservative treats or kibbles (canine dried foods). She is getting lots of unhealthy issues from them. Sheba and Odin (Belgian malinois) are on fully home cooked diets.
These cookies are crispy and are good for teeth too. Add herbs such as mint, parsley, rosemary or what herbs your furry likes to have. Chia seeds or linseeds (flaxseed) may be use for this recipe. Some furriest can be allergic to herbs and seeds, so beware of what you choose for them to have.
Preparation + cooking times 1 hour + 30mins.
500 g chicken mince
400 g rice flour
1 organic or free range egg
50 g rice oil or vegetable oil
10 g mint or parsley leaves (can use equal amounts) or 1 to 2 g rosemary leaves
1.Preheat the oven to 210°c (fan-forced oven 200°c). Prepare a cookie tray by lining with baking paper set aside.
2. Place herbs into TM bowl and chop for 3 seconds /speed  6
(If using a rosemary chop for 5 seconds / speed 8)
2. Add egg, flour, chicken mince, and oil mix for 5 seconds / speed 5. Knead for cover position / 2 minutes.
3. On a lightly floured surface, roll 1/3 at a time to 0.5 cm thick. Using a cookie cutter cut into desired shapes or cut into squares or thin strips which have been twisted. 
4. Place prepared cookie tray, bake for 20 – 30 minutes until  very lightly brown. Cool on wire-rack.
* Keep in an airtight container for up to six months.