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Egg & Vegetable Casserole
By Marjorie J. Walsh
May 10, 2005 - 5:34:00 PM

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 Dog - Egg & Vegetable Casserole
 
 

Doggie Servings: 2 Human Servings: 8

Note: nutritional information is based on a 50lb doggie needs.

 
12   eggs  
2 cups   cottage cheese  
1 cup   cheese, grated  
1 cup   broccoli  
1/2 cup   red peppers  
2   medium sweet potatoes  
1/2 cup   squash  
3 cups   barley  
3 cups   lentils  
1.5 tsp   calcium  
1.5 tsp   corn oil  
1 oz   liver  

 

 
Preheat oven to 350F. Place vegetables in a microwave-safe bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and cook on high for 3 minutes. Set aside. Or steam for 3-5 minutes and set aside. Mix eggs, cottage cheese, liver, oil and calcium in a large bowl. Pour half of the mixture in a greased 9 x 13 inch pan. Top with well-drained vegetables and shredded cheese. Pour remaining egg mixture over vegetables.

Bake at 180C (160C fan assisted oven)/350F/gas mark4 for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Eggs should be set and the top lightly brown. Cool to room temperature and serve.

For the human version, omit liver, oil and calcium and season with salt and pepper if desired. If these quantities are plenty for you and your pet, divide the mixture in half or 1/4:3/4, add the liver, calcium and oil to your pet's portion and season your portion and cook in two pans.

 
Servings: 2
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 1 hour
Ready in: 1 hour and 10 minutes
 
 Nutrition Facts
Serving size: 1 serving
Percent daily values based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Nutrition information calculated from recipe ingredients.
 
       
Amount Per Serving      
Calories   1791.58  
Calories From Fat (32%)   565.06  
    % Daily Value
Total Fat 65.74g   101%  
Saturated Fat 27.32g   137%  
Monounsaturated Fat 21.38g      
Polyunsaturated Fat 8.85g      
Trans Fatty Acids 0.03g      
Cholesterol 1605.92mg   535%  
Sodium 1359.17mg   57%  
Potassium 2798.04mg   80%  
Carbohydrates 173.15g   58%  
Dietary Fiber 39.80g   159%  
Sugar 18.55g      
Sugar Alcohols 0.00g      
Net Carbohydrates 133.35g      
Protein 129.07g   258%  
Vitamin A 17418.96IU   348%  
Vitamin C 134.86mg   225%  
Calcium 3130.60mg   313%  
Iron 23.00mg   128%  
Vitamin D 128.15IU   32%  
Thiamin 1.20mg   80%  
Riboflavin 2.95mg   174%  
Niacin 12.69mg   63%  
Vitamin B6 2.17mg   109%  
Folate 920.99g   230%  
Vitamin B12 16.36g   273%  
Pantothenic Acid 9.93mg   99%  
Phosphorus 2156.62mg   216%  
Magnesium 286.90mg   72%  
Zinc 14.01mg   93%  
Copper 3.63mg   182%  
Manganese 2.93mg   146%  
Selenium 173.85g   248%  
Alcohol 0.00g      
Caffeine 0.00mg      
Water 1117.77g      
 
 Cooking Tips
For the human version add salt and pepper, if desired
 
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