Do you like cooking? Are you looking for recipes because you (or your cat) are looking for more variety? Then get to the pots … And do not worry: you may also boil and freeze.
To be on the safe side, it should be mentioned in advance that the birthday surprise thing could possibly become an own goal, because cats are generally unenthusiastic about strangers on the plate, especially if they previously only knew ready-made food apart from ready-made food. And do you have z. If, for example, you never give off any meat from the raw schnitzel, etc., it may happen that the cat does not know what to do with it.
First a few tips – not just for Barfer: If you give raw heart from beef, lamb or poultry, make the fat before, it does not taste. Liver should be given only in small quantities raw, because it u. a. has a strong laxative effect. The kidneys are pollutant-filtering agents and should a) not be fed raw and b) should be placed in milk for a few hours before cooking. And: mashed potatoes is not suitable for freezing, it is always fresh to prepare.
- A portion of rice (or oats, cereal, corn grits) with two parts of small vegetables (carrots, broccoli, asparagus, spinach, etc., more or less depending on taste, but no leek / bulbous plants) along with a pinch of salt and a tablespoon of butter and possibly a bit fresh parsley or other herbs to cook soft; Then mix well, prepare the desired consistency with the cooking water and freeze with the raw meat ration in portions. Or you mix in the freshness before serving.
- You can also cook the fresh feed portion if you do not want to give anything raw and your cat accepts cooked meat.
- After thawing mineral-vitamin mixture fresh each time and serve lukewarm. Vitamin yeast can also be spread over it.
There are almost no limits to your imagination. Variety can be achieved by varying vegetables depending on the season and by taking rice once and then oatmeal, etc. If your cat has a soft spot for herbs, it can be used to achieve different tastes. What you accept or refuse, you have to test, in an emergency you only change the freshness – or vice versa.
Cooking for the cat ‘
The following recipe suggestions are better for fresh consumption, but can also be kept refrigerated (and then briefly in the microwave) and also be pre-frosted, because the quantities give several portions. The mineral-vitamin mixture may, if it is a festive menu and not everyday food, exceptionally be omitted! Babe will be happy …
- Cook 200 g of fish without bones in a little salted water (1 pinch), stir with ¼ cup of boiled rice and 1 teaspoon of butter. If too dry, loosen with cooking water.
- Roast 100 g of lamb in a little oil all around pink (if you want to have it “through”: cut small beforehand), simmer with a pinch of herbs and a little broth and simmer briefly. B. Serve with a little mashed potatoes.
- Fry 1 chicken breast in 1 teaspoon butter, cut into small pieces and mix everything with 1 tablespoon of cooked pasta and 1 teaspoon of egg yolk.
- Sauté 200 g of finely chopped chicken hearts with 1 tablespoon of chopped liver in butter, add ¼ cup of boiled rice, and season with cream cheese to taste.
- Pour 100g ground beef with 100g chopped beef heart into hot butter or oil, put aside; Add 1-2 grated carrots and 1 tablespoon of spinach to the fat, add some broth, cook until soft and then mix.
- Mix 100 g boiled ham and 1 soft or hard-boiled and chopped egg, 1 pinch of salt, 1 tomato (from the tin) with enough yoghurt to give it a nice consistency.