Three Indian Homemade Food Recipes your Dog will Savour

Three Indian Homemade Food Recipes your Dog will Savour

In this write-up, we have provided detailed descriptions of three Indian recipes for dogs. We selected such recipes that you can easily prepare at your home under hygienic conditions. So try them, and we are sure that your pet will be in love with them.

Just like us, our dogs also expect variety in the foods we serve to them. Well, they deserve this attention. If they could speak in our language, they would have expressed their feelings of boredom because of eating the same meals every time, every day. As pet parents, you would love to satisfy your pets. However, cooking various recipes for your dogs daily may be time-consuming, especially in today’s times when most people are working. 

Thus, we have provided here three easy-to-cook recipes for your dogs. You can make these in little time and with the readily available ingredients. 

Also, you will be content with preparing food for your dogs at home instead of giving them commercial dog foods. The recipes are healthy for your dogs, and they would love to eat more to satiate their taste buds. Nonetheless, please confirm from your end about your dog’s allergic reactions. The reactions can be due to any of the ingredients mentioned in these recipes.

Veggie Chicken Mingle

This recipe is excellent to blend vegetables and chicken, which comprises all the essential nutrients your dog requires in one meal. 

Servings – 2 cups

Arranging time – 5 minutes

Cooking time – 20 minutes


  • Chicken breasts – 2 pieces; just cut it into bite-sized pieces.

  • Rolled oats – ¼ cup

  • Vegetables – Potatoes, carrots, green beans, broccoli (whichever is readily available) – 1 cup chopped

  • Chicken broth – 2 cups

  • Olive oil – 1 tbsp (Our experts at MyFurries do not recommend extra oil for preparing dog food as it is unhealthy for them).


  • Take a pan and heat oil, preferably non-stick.

  • Turn the heat to medium and put in the chicken pieces. 

  • Sauté the chicken pieces to cook evenly on both sides.

  • Once the chicken gets a light golden colour, put in the vegetables, oats. Mix.

  • Pour in the chicken broth. Mix everything.

  • Cover the pan now. Next, turn the flame to low—Cook for 20 minutes.

  • Serve this tasty combination to your dog once it is completely cooled down. 

Pumpkin Cookies

These biscuits are excellent snacks for your dogs. Not only is it crunchy and delicious, but it also acts as a digestive for your dog.

Servings – 3 cups

Arranging time – 5 minutes

Cooking time – 1 hour


  • Pumpkin puree – 2/3 cup

  • Rice flour – 2 cups

  • Egg – 1

  • Coldwater – 1/3 cup

  • Olive oil – 1 tbsp


  • Preheat your oven at 350 degrees Celsius.

  • In a mixing bowl, put rice and oil flour. Mix gently.

  • In another bowl, put pumpkin puree and egg and whisk until you get a smooth texture.

  • Now, put the pumpkin mix into the rice flour bowl.

  • Keep pouring water little by little and constantly stir to avoid forming lumps.

  • Alternatively, you can also mix all the ingredients by hand to form a smooth and soft dough.

  • Stretch the prepared dough with preferred thickness.

  • Spread on your baking tray a baking sheet

  • Bake in the preheated oven for 45 minutes at 350 degrees Celsius.

  • Take out the baking tray carefully and cut the baked item into desired shapes.

  • Once completely cooled, store these healthy and crunchy cookies in an airtight jar.

Rice and Egg combo with veggies

This beneficial yet straightforward rice and egg combo meal with veggies will make your dog feel more energetic, even after tiresome playtimes.

Servings – 5 cups

Arranging time – 10minutes 

Preparation time – 20 minutes


  • Beaten egg- 1

  • Applesauce-⅓ cup

  • Cooked vegetables- 1 cup (You can include  Sweet potatoes, beans, carrots, peas, spinach and other veggies that suits your pet )

  • Brown rice- 1 cup cooked

  • Brewer’s yeast- 1 tbsp

  • Cook the rice separately.

  • You need to cook the vegetables under pressure ( don’t over boil)

  • Preheat the oven at 350°

  • Mix the veggies and rice, and other ingredients well in the mixer

  • Take greased butter sheet and, using a spoon spread the mix in small circles

  • Now Bake it at 350° for about 10 to 15 mins

  • It will turn firm with a brown coating on it

  • Take it out and let it cool down before you serve your pet. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container for almost 5 days in the refrigerator. To increase the shield life, you can freeze it for 3 months.

Our experts at MyFurries do not recommend frozen food for dogs to avoid illnesses).

All the recipes are easy to make and take little time, especially Veggie Chicken Mingle and Banana Smoothie. Although the Pumpkin Cookies take time to bake, it is worth preparing as they can be stored for some days. We have more of such recipes that are healthy for your dog and convenient for you. We are sure your dog will love these delicacies. 

We at MyFurries, request you prepare the food items under clean and hygienic conditions. Also, if you know someone who loves pets and will need these recipes, please share this article with them on WhatsApp, Twitter, Linked In, and Facebook. Which one of the above recipes you tried for your furry pet baby…. Do let us know. We would love to hear from you.

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