Thank you for the increased information. Home cooking for dogs can be tricky because they have some different dietary requirements than humans.
There aren't any really great recipes to follow because they limit the number of ingredients the dogs can have and don't promote the variety they need to meet their nutritional needs.
Have you considered a prepared canned food or dry kibble? Will your dogs not eat that? There are numerous premium brands out there that are also very flavorful and enticing to dogs. My preferred brand is Royal Canin, but Hill's and Wellness make some really nice diets as well. These are all nutritionally complete and take the guessing game out of feeding your dogs.
If you want to home cook for your dogs- here are my recommendations:
25% by weight- 1/2 part cooked organ meat (hearts, livers, kidneys, lungs, etc) and 1/2 part lean muscle meat (chicken, fish, eggs, etc). Choose different meats for each batch of food you make to ensure they are getting the micronutrients they need.
25% by weight- starch (corn meal, rice, potato, sweet potato, quinoa, oatmeal, etc). Again, choose a different ingredient for each batch
35% by weight cooked vegetables (spinach, green beans, kale, collards, carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, etc). Cooked is better for these as it increases the digestability of the ingredients.
15% by weight- fruit (apples, berries, etc)
1 human multivitamin
1 tsp Morton's light salt per 50# ***** weight of the dog
1 tablet Tums (calcium carbonate) per 50# ***** dog.
Another thing to consider is some dogs won't eat every meal. As long as they are maintaining their body weight, skipping some meals is acceptable. One of my dogs only eats about once every 36 hours. It is also common for dogs to go light on their food in the summer, especially if it is hot where you live.
Does this help? What other questions do you have?