How to Make Rice for my Dog Step by Step
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Have you run out of your dog's usual feed? Are you looking for an occasional substitute? No matter why you've decided to cook for your dog, rice is a very healthy option that your pet will surely love.
In this AnimalWised article we're going to offer a simple and quick step by step recipe for you to learn how to make rice for your dog. Remember that rice alone is not enough; you'll need to add extra ingredients to fulfill their basic nutritional needs. Don't worry - we'll give you some ideas.
If you're looking for other healthy recipes that are suitable for your dog's diet, don't wait any longer and read our articles on organic food for dogs, switching dog food step by step and how much food should you give your dog.
Ready to start cooking? Here goes the rice for dogs recipe.
The first thing to do before starting to cook, of course, is to round up the ingredients that we'll need. For this rice recipe for dogs you will need:
- 100 grams (1/2 cup) rice (any kind)
- 200 grams (1 cup) chicken meat (any part)
- 2 whole carrots
- 1 egg
The egg and chicken will provide protein, and the carrots will provide fiber and vitamins. All these nutrients, together with the carbohydrates from the rice, will make this dish a complete and balanced choice to feed your pet.
Fill a pot with water and bring to a strong boil. Add the rice and let it cook for 20 minutes. While the base of the dish is boiling, you'll have the time to prepare the rest of the ingredients, which cook faster.
Start by peeling, washing and chopping the carrots. The pieces can be as big or small as you want - dogs don't mind chunky dishes.
Wash the egg to get rid of all possible remaining dirt from the hens and the market.
Finally, dice the chicken in pieces small enough for your dog to ingest.
Halfway through the cooking time of the rice - at the 10 minute mark - add the rest of the ingredients to cook. Continue boiling.
Once all the ingredients are done, switch the fire off. You're almost done! You only need to strain the remaining water from the stew and let it cool. When everything is cooled enough, mash the egg completely - without removing the shell! - so that your dog doesn't get hurt by small shard pieces. Now you can serve it - voilà a dish of rice for your dog!
Of course, remember that you can substitute these ingredients and try new combinations. Before starting to experiment, though, we recommend taking a look at our articles on what fruit can dogs eat and what vegetables can dogs eat. This way, you'll avoid any major mishaps.
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