|I thought I would just share some of our old recipes with you guys. I use to feed homecooked, but have switched to Evangers.
Tip: For quick meals when you don't have what you need or can't make an entire recipe/meal, just open up a can of meat or boil some ground meat. I use to do this with canned salmon, ground venison, ground beef, ground bison, ground chicken, ground duck, pheasant breast, and ground rabbit.
This is one I call Wholesome Chicken. I used chicken, eggs, green peas, oatmeal, vegetable broth, barley, and some added chicken fat (trimmed from our chicken, since we don't eat the fat). I just kind of eyed the amount of put in. But, the dogs really loved it. I just kind of put everything in a big pot with some water and boiled for about an hour.
Here is one I called Wholesome Lamb. I used lamb, peas, eggs, oatmeal, barley, chicken livers, yellow peas, vegetable broth, and ground flaxseed. Same thing as the recipe above. I just eyed the portions and boiled for about an hour. Very easy, dogs loved it.
This one is called Autumn Stew. I used chicken, chicken broth, chicken livers, sweet potatoes, bacon, canned pumpkin, eggs, and green peas.
Football Stew: I named this one becaues I invented it on last year's Super Bowl. haha It is chicken, chicken broth, red potatoes, beef, bacon, green peas, tomatoes, and white potatoes.
Christmas Stew: Chicken, chicken broth, chicken liver, sweet potatoes, peas, butternut squash, brown rice, and eggs.
Italian Stew: Beef, beef broth, chicken, beef liver, carrots, macaroni, peas, oatmeal, eggs, and nutritional yeast.
Grandma's Stew: Beef, beef broth, barley, brown rice, white rice, carrots, chicken
Wisconsin Stew: Lamb, beef broth, chicken liver, barley, lamb liver, brown rice, white rice
PS: Sorry for not giving exact amounts here. I never wrote it down, just eyeballed it.