2. Homemade Beef Stew for Dogs
Beef stew is a people’s favorite when it comes to beef delicacies made with slow cooking. And if you are a proud dog owner, you already know the love your dog shares for meat. You would surely love them to enjoy what you surely have been enjoying for so long in your life, but also make it in a manner that is perfect for their bodies. This homemade beef stew for dogs is something they will come running for. What is better is that it does not have those horrifying list of ingredients that many dog food providers put in their products when they shouldn’t even be using those ingredients, generally speaking. So, preparing the food at home ensures you that there is nothing extra in the recipe which you should be avoiding. To make this stew for a dog that weighs roughly 11 pounds, here is what you will have to do –
- Beef, Chicken or Turkey (Ground) – 1 pound
- Potato or Sweet Potato – 1 large sized
- Carrot (Diced) – 1 medium sized
- Peas (Frozen) – ½ cup
To make this beef stew, begin by sauteing it in a large pot to the point it is no longer pink. Do not take out the fat from the meat as it is the right kind of fat for your dog. If you wish to use a little leaner meat, you can add about two tablespoons of coconut oil, so your pet gets some fat. After that, add potatoes and carrots to the meat.
Add water in amounts just enough to cover the vegetables in the stew and let it boil before letting it simmer for around 20 minutes. Or you can make it simmer till the veggies are cooked. In this, add the frozen peas. If you want, you can also add a small amount of sea salt, so the food does not remain entirely bland. Allow the preparation to cool before serving it to your dog. You can serve your dog with whatever amounts you wish, or they prefer and refrigerate or freeze the extra portions. It takes up a total of or lesser than 35 minutes to make.
Why Choose This Recipe:
The reason that this recipe has options like using turkey or chicken as alternatives to beef is that it is good to have a little bit of change. Plus, if beef is not available or if you feel that the produce is not fresh, you can replace it with any other meat item which suits you.
Recipe Source: Life At Cloverhill