Top Dishes for your Valentine

Valentines day dinner

Are you struggling with how to impress your loved one on Valentine’s and need some inspiration? If you are on a mission to impress in the kitchen then we’ve put together our top dishes to share with your better half and keep in their good books for the rest of the year. All of our dishes are super simple to prepare and so no need to slave away in the kitchen!

Bibimbap – Unlike anything this have tried before, this adventurous and unusual Korean dish is bound to impress. The fried egg and unique flavours will be a great conversation starter.

Bibimbap 1

Serve with a glass of Reisling or Korean Beer

Spiced Butternut Squash Risotto – A truly sophisticated dish, you can”t go wrong with the warming flavours of cinnamon and lovely prosicuitto on top for added elegance

spiced_butternut

Serve with a glass of Prosecco and follow up with a gooey chocolate dessert

Cajun Chicken with Sweet Potato Mash – Something a bit different and such a simple dish to prepare. You can’t go wrong with flavours and the presentation is always a winner.

Cajun Chicken

Serve with a refreshing Margarita or Mojito

Goan Fish Curry – A lovely delicate and aromatic curry that will blow any Tikka Masala out the window, perfect for any curry lover.

Goan Fish Curry

Serve with a cold Cobra or beer and follow up with a mango cheesecake

Paella – Get the passion sizzling with this Spanish Classic, perfect to make ahead so you spend as little time in the kitchen as possible.

Paella

Serve with a full bodied Spanish red or a large jug of Sangria