Warming Beef and Ginger slow cooked Stew

Servings

3-4 meals dependent on size of dog

Ready In:

3 hours (slow cooker)

Effort Level:

Easy

Good For:

Digestion and Antioxidents

Inroduction

About this Recipe

With Autumn around the corner, it’s most likley, you’ll be getting the slow cooker out. This easy Beef Stew for dogs recipe delivers soft tender beef, plenty of veg and furthermore, some great benefits in Ginger and Turmeric

The benefits of Ginger are, in the main, around digestion. A Ginger biscuit can really help if your dog suffers with travel sickness. Other than that, Beef and Ginger are a great flavour combo. So above all, this Beef stew for dogs is also really tasty. Dogs can’t have salt or anything spicy hence ingredients such as Ginger, Turmeric and Herbs therefore take centre stage in many of our recipes

I knew I was on to a winner with this for the reason that Willow refused to leave the kitchen, insisting on keeping watch over the slow cooking process. If you don’t have a slow cooker, or likewise, maybe prefer to cook on the hob, follow up to step 3,  throw all the ingredients into a pan and cook as low as possible from there. Likewise, If you are looking to invest in a slow cooker, I’d highly recommend a Crock Pot one. I’ve had mine for about 10 years.

 

I bought Stewing Beef from the local Butchers. It’s cheap and furthermore, works great slow cooked. If you aren’t sure, just tell your Butcher you want to slow cook. Mine thinks I’m slightly crazy when I say I’m doing a Beef stew for my dog. Alternatively, you can certainly find “Stewing” Beef in the supermarket.

Ingredients
  • 200g Stewing Beef
  • 100g Brown rice
  • 1 large Carrot
  • 1/2 stick celery
  • 2 handfuls of Spinach
  • 4 tsp Ground Ginger
  • 2 tsp Turmeric
  • A few grinds of Black Pepper

Step by Step Instructions

Step 1

First of all, dice the Beef, Carrots and Celery

Step 2

Rinse rice under cold water several times

Step 3

Throw the Rice, Beef, Celery, Carrot, Half the ginger and a mug full of water in your slow cooker – I did mine on the high setting for about 3 hours. Likewise you could do 5 hours on low.

Step 4

Add a little more water if needed at the half way stage. You’ll be able to tell by checking the cook on your rice, consequently, you may decide to switch to the low setting at this stage

Step 5

Once the water has all absorbed, your rice is cooked and the beef tender, throw in the rest of the Ginger, the Turmeric, Black Pepper and Spinach. Stirring until the Spinach wilts

Step 6

Allow to cool to room temperature before finally serving.

Step 7

Serve and place additional portions in Tupperware. This should last in the fridge for 3 days. Similarly, you can freeze individual portions and defrost when needed.

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