We're quite sure Mummy caught the cooking fever.
She decided to put her
limited cooking skills to another challenge by making...
Chicken and Brocoli Soup for us pooches.
She was inspired by this recipe, but decided to give it her own twist.
Besides omitting a few ingredients (e.g. celery - YUCKS! plus Mummy hates it, olive oil and lemon) she chose chicken breast instead of dark meat as suggested.
She also used a special ingredient - Probiotic Chicken Broth from The Barkery as the main broth.
She would usually use Knorr's chicken stock cube.
But this dog-friendly alternative is certainly healthier!
Actually, the bone broth is rather tasty on it's own.
Mummy has been adding it to our food at times to spice things up a bit.
The cooking process was really easy - chop things into small pieces, throw everything in a pot and boil.
Someone was getting rather impatient and kept judging Mummy for fumbling.
Time to blend it up!
Though we were quite confident that Pippin was ready to drink/eat/devour it in this state.
The blending duration really depends on your desired end texture.
Mummy blended it slightly and left small chunks of vegs to give us some 'shiok-ness' while sipping.
Of course, if you wanted it to be easier on your pooch, you can blend it longer till it is creamy and smooth.
The final product!
Awesome Mummy decided to top it off with some shredded chicken and cheese.
The old lady giving her sniff of approval.
Before the dish was served, photo-obsessed Mummy had to make sure she took a good shot.
And of course our dear Pippin monster and her typical shenanigans made it such an 'easy' task.
Thankfully she decided to cooperate.
I was almost half asleep when it happened lor.
I am definitely Mummy's favourite boy.
Cos Sam was served.. FIRST.
Pecan ah ma went next!
And that was when it sucked. A Lot.
Your face when you finished your treat too soon and your sister was still enjoying hers.
Not forgetting Pippin monster's turn.
LOL and it was Pecan's turn to stare.
Pippin may be a tripod, but she is no less agile than we are.
Check out her acrobatic pose while savouring her soup.
Who knew soup can taste this good!