Saint Valentine Red Recipe Round-up

Find inspiration with this romantic Saint Valentine recipe round-up to prepare a delicious and intimate evening at home with your loved one.

Here is my Saint Valentine recipe for success: both should leave work earlier than usual if are working (if not you have all day), and each can get 1 nice red wine bottles on the way home. Get home, change, relax, put something sexy on and have a glass of wine together. Then spend the early evening cooking a red meal together. Have more wine! Enjoy dinner together! Unless a recipe may suffer from it, romantic escapades during the meal prep are welcomed 🙂

Saint Valentine recipe round-up

And to get your started here is a nice selection of CulturEatz recipes from around the world with a focus on love, hearts and the color red, perfect for Saint Valentine :

The best of all worlds: the Savory Truffle Mini Taco Shooter offers a fun red shot with a kick and a savory chocolate truffle.

Savory-Truffle-Mini-Taco-Shooter

A gorgeous and full of flavor Burnt Eggplant Salad with Green Tahini Dressing salad is a perfect way to start your love feast.

Burnt Eggplant Salad with Green Tahini Dressing

To keep things light and healthy serve up this Fish with a citrus & vanilla gastrique radish salsa, you know to not get too tired in case you need energy later in the evening.

Fish with a citrus vanilla gastrique radish salsa

These Sweetheart Maple Bacon Shortbread cookies are amazing, they have bacon, and they are easy (even for the lesser kitchen inclined partners)

Bacon-Maple-Shortbread-Hearts

This Salara, or Red Coconut Roll sweet bread is stuffed with a delicious coconut filling that is colored red. Sure you need to proof it but start with this recipe and do the steps along the evening, by the end of the evening the Sarala will be ready.

Salara

Instead of spending an arm and a leg on overpriced February 14th theme menus at your favorite restaurants, why not stay home and make a romantic red meal! Cooking brings people together and cooking is a gesture of love.

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