Wednesday, 28 August 2013

8hr Slow Roasted Shoulder of Pork on a bed of Chinese Cauliflower, Wholemeal Rice & dog Biscuits, topped with a garnish of Parsley

8hr Slow Roasted Shoulder of Pork on a bed of Chinese Cauliflower, Wholemeal Rice & Dog Biscuits... topped with a garnish of Parsley 

Perhaps don't do this every night for the dog, maybe consider scheduling this meal for when you're cooking your own 8hr slow roasted shoulder of pork.

Cooking/Preparation Time - 8hrs 5mins
Feeds - 1 x Hungry dog

Ingredients -
1 x Small handful of shoulder of pork- All fat removed & sliced into small chunks
4/5 Florets of chinese cauliflower or broccoli - Cooked for 4 mins in with the rice, then roughly cubed (Ted prefers his greens this way)
1/4 x Cup of wholemeal rice
1 x Handful of parsley - Finely sliced

Instructions -
Although this recipe specifies shoulder of pork, any, in fact ALL meat will work with this recipe. It's the perfect way to ensure you don't waste any meat you have leftover. 

Cook the rice for around 12/15 minutes - 1/4 cup of rice to 3/4 of water is a perfect ratio. Add in your cauliflower or broccoli (broccoli is good for dogs eyes so is a great alternative)  and cook for 3/4 minutes. Once cooked remove from the rice water and chop it up into small cubes, leaving to cool. 
Once the rice is cooked, rinse in cold/warm water, add in the cold meat, cauliflower, dog biscuits and parsley before mixing thoroughly. You're now good to serve.

Tips -
Always use unseasoned meat & veg, salt isn't good for animals.
Avoid serving up the fatty bits of meat.
Cook all veg - It's easier for animals to process than raw. Steaming or lightly cooking for 3/4 mins works well.
Parsley is a great addition and helps with bad dog breath.
Combine cooked food with dry biscuits as this is a good way to help maintain clean, healthy teeth.

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