Make These Mini Fish Tacos for Cats for the Ultimate Fiesta Feast

By: Chewy EditorialPublished:

Share:

Featured Video Play Icon
Chewy Studios

Make These Mini Fish Tacos for Cats for the Ultimate Fiesta Feast

Ready for a fiesta feast? This mini fish taco cat treat recipe, featuring yummy grilled salmon, will get your feline’s mouth watering.

Fresh salmon is available anytime of the year and in addition to being so good for you, it’s also a scrumptious and healthy treat for your cat. We love carving off a piece of the salmon we’re having for dinner and transforming it into the ultimate kitty fiesta treat. Created by recipe developer, cookbook author and food blogger Alison Lewis, these mini fish tacos for cats are simple to make and only require six ingredients.

To really set the mood, you can also stock up on some on-theme toys and products like the Frisco Cactus Cat Scratching Post, Frisco Plush Taco Cat Toy with Catnip and Frisco Taco ‘Bout Cute Dog & Cat Bandana. But this cat treat recipe can be a fiesta all on its own, too! Learn how to whip it up below.

Mini Fish Tacos Cat Treat Recipe

Cat Treat Recipe
Chewy Studios

Ingredients

1 8-inch whole wheat tortilla wrap (Check the ingredients list to ensure that there are no artificial sweeteners, which are toxic to pets)

1 Inaba Churu Tuna with Salmon Puree Cat Treat

2 oz. fresh, wild-caught salmon filet, cubed

1/4 teaspoon catnip

A small amount of extra-virgin olive oil

Optional: 1/4 teaspoon shredded Parmesan cheese (Feel free to omit if your cat has dietary restrictions)

Supplies

Frying pan

Spatula

Cutting board

Knife

2-inch round cookie or biscuit cutter

Measuring spoon

Yield:
2 mini tacos

Serving size:
1 mini taco

Prep time:
10 minutes

Cook time:
10 minutes


Instructions

1Take your cubed salmon filet out of the fridge and dry with a paper towel a few minutes before cooking, so it may reach room temperature. Heat a pan over medium-high heat (about 400 degrees Fahrenheit) and add a thin layer of extra-virgin olive oil. 

Cat Treat Recipe Cat Treat Recipe

2Place the fish in the pan, cooking for 5 to 7 minutes on each side. (It’s cooked through when the fish flakes easily with a fork.)

Cat Treat Recipe

3After removing from the pan, allow the salmon to rest for about 3 minutes before chopping into kitty-bite-sized pieces. You’ll need two teaspoons of chopped salmon.

Cat Treat Recipe

4 Using a 2-inch round cookie cutter, cut two rounds from the tortilla. Toss the scraps.

Cat Treat Recipe

5Spread 1/4 to 1/2 half of the Inaba Churu Tuna with Salmon Puree Cat Treat evenly over the two mini tortillas.

Cat Treat Recipe

6Top each taco with 1 teaspoon chopped, cooked and cooled salmon, 1/8 teaspoon parmesan and 1/8 teaspoon catnip. Serve immediately or refrigerate.

Cat Treat Recipe Cat Treat Recipe Cat Treat Recipe
To ensure proper food safety, refrigerate leftovers in an airtight container within 1 hour of preparation and consume within 2 days. This recipe was designed for cats and reviewed by a veterinarian. It is intended as a treat or snack. Treats should only constitute a small percentage of your pet’s daily food. Feeding too many treats can lead to nutrient deficiencies. If your pet has health issues (including food allergies or sensitivities to fats) or if you have any concerns, consult your pet’s veterinarian before offering this food item.

Share:

By: Chewy EditorialPublished:

BeHome