The Perfect Valentine's Day Menu Ideas To Swoon Your Partner
Romantic food is not limited to heart shaped cookies and pancakes. It’s not about the shape, but the taste. Here you’ll find menu items that increase the mood, rather than look cute and romantic. However, if you’re into that, you should check out this post instead for ideas how to decorate for V-day.
You’d never think that something this easy to make can be so delicious. Really. Who said that romantic gestures should be complicated?
Bruschetta might not be considered a breakfast food, but make an exception with this one. It will make your day!
A romantic breakfast for lovers on a diet, with raspberries, blueberries, bananas, almonds and milk. Perfect.
Salmon may not be the #1 romantic food, but it is way up the list. Well, most seafood meals are romantic by themselves. But did you know that the mango, also called the love fruit, increases sex hormones? Paired with salmon and ginger, this is one recipe you definitely should try.
A delicious light salad with chicken, lettuce, peaches, cheese and almonds.
A fresh twist on the classic Caesar salad with avocado, chickpeas and walnuts. Your partner will surely enjoy it.
This delicious beef brisket is cooked in red wine sauce and a mix of veggies, fresh herbs and spices.
We considered putting this one in the lunch category, but if you like your dinners light, this is the right choice for you. Shrimp, peaches, Belgian endives, crème fraiche and spices make for an amazing flavourful meal.
The name says it all. A hot mix of spices enhances these flavourful clams and linguini. Enjoy!
Your V-day menu plan could not be complete without an aphrodisiac dessert, right? Chocolates, strawberries, crème brulee, cream pots…what is your valentine’s favourite?