Print this Page

Recipes

 

Dog EatingI made the switch from commercial food products to home-cooked meals for my dogs in 2006.  Since that time, I have studied and researched foods, vitamins, herbs and minerals to ensure that my dogs are receiving the best that I can provide for them.  Providing supplementation with home-cooking is essential in guaranteeing that your dogs will not lack in any important vitamins, minerals or nutrients.  I would be happy to discuss your dog’s diet with you and what individualized supplement plan may be needed.

The recipes on the following pages have been taste-tested by a few pups, including my own.  As stated above, each recipe is enhanced with all natural supplements.

Some personal notes:

I always shred the veggies with a grater (or puree in the food processor) to ensure that the dogs eat them and do not pick them out.  I also add the veggies last to ensure that the nutritional value is not being cooked away.  And I choose to store each recipe in the broth created and serve it with the dogs’ meal.  As dogs are true carnivores, my recipes concentrate on more meat protein with some added veggies.  Each recipe can be adjusted more or less depending upon the number of and/or size of your dog(s).

NOW LET’S EAT!

 

 

Permanent link to this article: http://www.the-dog-dish.com/recipes/

Powerhouse Stew

Ingredients: ¾ lb. ground turkey breast 1 package beef liver ¾ cup kale or spinach 1 sweet potato (shredded) ½ cup lentils To prepare the lentils, let them sit in water overnight.  Drain and add to boiling water.  Boil lentils in 1 ½ to 2 cups water for at least 30-45 minutes.  As lentils are …

View page »

Chicken with Turmeric, Zucchini and Carrots

Ingredients: 1 to 1½ lbs. organic chicken breast ¼ lb. chicken hearts 2-3 tsp. Turmeric ¼ cup of grated zucchini 1 large carrot, shredded Wash chicken and place in large pan.  Add 2 cups water and Turmeric.  Boil for about 20—25 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink.  Five minutes prior to chicken being …

View page »

Surf and Turf Delight

Ingredients: 1 lb. flank steak ½ lb. salmon steak 1 sweet potato, shredded ¼ cup chopped spinach or kale Place both steaks in large pan and add 1 ½ cups water.  Five minutes before steaks are done, add sweet potato and spinach.

View page »

Italian Meatballs

Ingredients: ½ lb. to 1 lb. of ground turkey ¼ cup rolled oats 1/8 cup parmesan cheese ¼ cup shredded zucchini 2 tbsp. fresh parsley Preheat oven to 300°.  Combine all ingredients in mixing bowl.  Place parchment paper on cookie sheet.  Roll dough into balls using teaspoon measurement for small dogs and tablespoon measurement for large dogs.  …

View page »

Liver and Eggs

Ingredients: ½ lb. to 1 lb. chicken or beef liver 3-4 eggs, scrambled 2 tbsp. shredded American cheese Place liver in large pan and add ½ to 1 cup water to cook.  Scramble eggs in separate frying pan.  When liver is done, drain water, cut into pieces and add to scrambled eggs.  Add cheese.  

View page »

Turkey Meatloaf

Ingredients: 1 to 1½ lbs. ground turkey breast ¼ cup paneko bread crumbs, unseasoned 1 egg ¼ cup grated carrot ¼ cup chopped spinach or kale 2 tsp. fresh parsley Pre-heat oven to 350-400°.  Combine all ingredients in mixing bowl, place on baking tray and shape into loaf (or use a loaf pan).  Cook for …

View page »

Mom’s Chicken Soup

Ingredients: 1 lb. organic chicken breast ¼ lb. organ meat (chicken hearts, optional) 2 carrots, diced 2 celery stalks, diced Wash chicken and place in large pot.  Add carrots and celery.  Cook ingredients for approximately 25 minutes.  Cook until chicken no longer pink and veggies are tender.

View page »

Beef and Lentil Soup

Ingredients: 2 cups lentils (soaked overnight) 1 to 1½ lb. beef stew pieces 1 carrot, shredded 1 celery stalk, diced 1 clove crushed garlic After soaking and draining lentils, fill large pot with 4-5 cups water.  Place lentils, beef, and garlic into pot and let simmer for approximately 25 minutes.  Add carrot and celery and …

View page »