Valentine’s Day is a special day that we all appreciate. It is a time to genuinely slow down and appreciate our significant other.
Life may tend to get quite busy because of all the actions we have to take and the many different chores that we have to tend to regularly.
But Valentine’s day? That is a special day where we can really enjoy our life.
Of course, on Valentine’s Day, one table does not require a reservation: yours!
Hey, isn’t eating the quickest road to the heart? You’ll impress your lover if you make one of these Valentine’s Day meals at home. Cooking with your Valentine also transforms supper into a joyful and romantic pastime that will quickly become a treasured habit.
Marry Me Chicken
I’m sure you’ve seen this lovely meal all over social media, and for a good reason. It not only has the prettiest name, but it also lives up to the hype. The important part about this meal is that it doesn’t require much to shine. It only takes garlic, chili flakes, sun-dried tomatoes, and a slight touch of cream to bring your chicken to life. Also, don’t forget to acquire some nice parmesan cheese. It makes a world of difference.
It’s not cheesy; it’s delightfully chocolaty and will melt anyone’s heart. You don’t need an elaborate baking pan to prepare the heart-shaped chocolate cake. All you need is one square and one round cake, as well as a few strategic slices to combine the two treats into one delectable dessert.
Place the square cake on a large board or serving platter, diamond-side up. Divide a circular cake in half. To form a heart, use some frosting to adhere round halves to two sides of a square. Frost the edges and the top with the leftover frosting. Decorate with sprinkles, nonpareils, and hearts as desired.
Heart-Shaped Lasagna Bundt
This Valentine’s Day, share your heart with the entire family. This crazy lasagna serves ten people and gets packed with a red beef sauce that pours out as you cut into it. This heart-shaped lasagna gets filled with a red meat sauce that oozes out when you cut into it, making it the ideal Valentine’s Day supper!
New York Strip Steak
Steak is a classic dinner date dish, so why not make it fancy? This exquisite piece of steak will make you and your beloved fall in love. It’s a traditional and popular cut of beef that cooks up fast with just a few essential ingredients for an easy and tasty better-than-restaurant grade midweek steak supper.
Linguine with Shrimp and Garlic Cream Sauce
This special occasion-worthy meal has just eight ingredients and will take 25 minutes to prepare. Want to save even more time? When shopping at your local seafood counter, look for shrimp that have already gotten defined. Then, cook the pasta, prepare the shrimp, create the sauce, whisk in the parmesan, parsley, and shrimp, and flavor with salt and pepper to taste!