Makes 2 large spice containers full
Saucy Cat is a registered trademark of mine, but I am giving you the original recipe here. You can sprinkle it dry on food as a flavor enhancer, or add water to make it into a paste or gravy and mix it with or pour it over food. The paste can be spread on old toys to make them interesting again.
The great thing about Saucy Cat is that you can store it in a spice jar just like you do your spices. I keep mine in the refrigerator. It will keep for 1 month in the fridge or at least 6 months in the freezer, but it never lasts long in my house. I love to make this during the holidays and give it as a gift. People—and their pets—just love it!
1/4 cup freeze-dried liver
1 cup dried fish
1/2 cup dried beef or chicken
1/2 cup fish bouillon powder
1/2 cup parsley flakes
1/2 cup dried carrots
1/2 cup celery flakes
1/2 cup dried tomato flakes (if you can't find flakes, use dried diced tomatoes)
1/2 cup brewer's yeast (powdered or granular)
1 tablespoon red beet powder
1. Put the dried liver
and fish in a blender or food processor and blend into a powder. (I do this on
setting. Set aside.
2. Put the dried beef
or chicken in the blender or food processor and blend until the pieces are small
enough to go
through the holes in a spice jar lid, but are not pureed.
3. Add the dried liver
and fish powder and the remaining ingredients to the beef or chicken pieces in
or food processor and blend until you are happy with the consistency. I like to keep some small chunks.