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Romantic Valentine’s Weekend Menu to Enjoy at Home

This year, the options for eating out to celebrate Valentine’s day are very limited, so why not host a romantic night in with a 3-course feast that even the amateur chef can rustle up?

Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday, so our menu is flexible and can be enjoyed at any time over the weekend.

Each course can be prepped ahead of time, so all you need to do is pop it in the oven before it’s time to serve.

Add some candles and some music and you’ll have an atmosphere to rival any restaurant! We have also included some romantic films to watch below.

Enjoy our romantic playlist with our Songs About Love Valentine’s Day Playlist too!

Blackberry and Goat’s Cheese Tart

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A special Valentine’s Day meal doesn’t need to mean hours spent prepping in the kitchen. Free up time to spend with your loved ones with this quick and easy blackberry and goat’s cheese tart that’s straightforward enough even for beginners.

Malaysian Spiced Sea bass with Brown Rice

This Malaysian inspired dish is quick and simple to prepare, but full of flavour thanks to the simple shallot rub the sea bass marinates in.

It’s a quick and easy lunch or dinner ready in just twenty minutes – and has the advantage of being healthy, too!

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Herb Crusted Rack of Lamb with Pea, Mint and Shallot Sauce

As Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, you may want to do more of a midday meal. This Herb Crusted Rack of Lamb with Pea, Mint and Shallot Sauce is a delicious and satisfying meal, perfect as an alternative for a Sunday roast and for special occasions too.

Chocolate Fondue

This delicious chocolate fondue recipe is a real showstopper but can be pulled together in minutes. It tastes great with mixed berries and fresh sliced banana, as well as pieces of brownie or shortbread, too.

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Raspberry and Hazelnut Shortbread

These delicious raspberry and hazelnut shortbread treats are generously filled with vanilla flavoured whipped cream and fresh raspberries which make a dainty dessert.

The biscuits are also great served with yoghurt or ice cream.

Berry Special Valentine’s Cake

If you just want to make a special cake for Sunday afternoon tea, then this is the recipe for you. There’s no need to buy a special cake tin to make this Berry Special Valentines’s Cake, a large Swiss roll tin or roasting tin will work fine with a homemade paper template.

5 romantic films to revisit this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is also the perfect excuse to revisit some of your old favourite romantic films ever made.

Here is our pick of the best5 romantic films to revisit this Valentine’s Day

 

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