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Homemade dog food recipe with chicken and potato

Chicken ragu

Chicken and potato ragu homemade dog food

Sometimes, the best way to come up with a new recipe is to try combining traditional ingredients in a new way. This chicken dog food is a great change for your pet! If you have not tried a potato dog food recipe combined with chicken, consider adding this one to your pet’s weekly menu. The fresh ingredients and enjoyable flavor will have him or her begging for a second helping!

Ingredients

Nutrition

1/2 cup - Cabbage shredded
1 - Carrot
1/2 - Chicken breast (bones removed)
2 tbs - Sour cream
2 tsp - Corn oil
3 medium - Potatoes
1 pinch - Salt

Grain free homemade dog food

Chicken and potatoe dog food

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Directions

Heat a medium sized skillet. Add one teaspoon of corn oil and place cubed chicken breast (about 2 inch pieces) in the skillet. Pan fry until the chicken is golden. Remove from skillet and set aside. Fill a 3/4ths of a medium size sauce pan with water then bring it to a boil. Place cubed potatoes, carrots, and shredded cabbage in then add oil and salt. Bring heat to medium and simmer for 10 minutes. Add chicken cubes and continue cooking for 10 more minutes. By this time water will be partially evaporated. Remove from heat and let cool. Add two tablespoons of sour cream and pulverize. Serve to your dog at room temperature. Don't forget to add multivitamins and calcium carbonate. One capsule of fish oil is also recommended. This food is a great source of protein, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, niacin and vitamin B6. This recipe will provide three meals for ten pound dog.

 

 

 

 

 

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