A hearty, no-grain meal that is reminiscent of tuna casserole, with lots of protein and vegetables. Most dogs love to lick the tuna can so they’ll pounce on this fast, easy, fishy-licious skillet meal!
Leftover food can be stored in the refrigerator for several days.
You can use no-salt-added tuna in oil (instead of in water) if that’s what you can find at the market. Then, instead of using extra-virgin olive oil in the skillet at the beginning, you could drain some of the oil from the tuna can and use that.
Honestly, YOU could also eat this for dinner because everything in here is people food, but your portion would need to be seasoned for your best enjoyment. If you’d like to eat the same meal your dog is eating, remove the portion you are serving to your dog, and then season the remainder in the skillet with salt, pepper, garlic, onion and/or your favorite seasoning blend. Suggestions are Everything But the Bagel blend, or an Italian herb blend, or a Greek herb blend, or a shower of fresh chopped herbs like Italian parsley, dill and chives, or cilantro. You could re-heat it enough to melt the diced cheese, or leave it at more room temperature; it will be good either way.
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