Cook your own for the dog: hearty rice and vegetable pan

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Cook your own for the dog: hearty rice and vegetable pan

Lean meat, fresh fruit and vegetables, not too many carbohydrates – healthy eating is all the rage. Many dog ​​owners who pay attention to the quality and origin of the ingredients in their own diet do not want to serve any kind of ready-made fast food to their four-legged family member. Cooking for dogs is becoming more and more popular. However, if you want to feed your dog with self-cooked food in the long term, you have to deal intensively with the subject of dog nutrition in order to really cover the actual nutritional requirements.

If you want to surprise your dog every now and then with a home-cooked meal, you will find the recipe for a tasty and well-tolerated rice and vegetable pan here.

Extra tip: If you cook several daily rations, you can freeze further meals in portions.

Hearty rice and vegetable pan for the dog. © Private

Hearty rice and vegetables pan

The delicious rice and vegetable pan for dogs is quick to prepare and tastes great for most dogs. The quantities given are based on a daily ration for a 15 kg dog. It is best to feed the dish in two servings at your dog’s usual feeding times.

Composition of the court:

Approx. 40% organic chicken heart 35% rice (carbohydrates) approx. 25% carrots and zucchini (vegetables) 1-2 tbsp linseed oil Optional: dietary supplement for vitamins and minerals (note the manufacturer’s information on quantities)

Quantities for a daily ration (for a 15 kg dog)

175g raw organic chicken hearts150g cooked rice110g raw carrots and zucchini1-2 tablespoons linseed oilOptional: food supplements

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  • Clean and grate the carrots and zucchini.
  • Cook rice according to the instructions (without salt).
  • Braise the chicken hearts in a pan with 1-2 dashes of oil over medium heat for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Add the grated vegetables, stir and simmer for another 8-10 minutes.
  • Add the cooked rice and stir well.
  • Allow to cool to room temperature before feeding.
  • Mix in linseed oil (and, if necessary, food supplements) just before feeding.

Please note: Our recipe tip is a suggestion for an occasional treat for your dog. It is not a dish that fully covers your dog’s individual nutritional needs when fed daily.