Plan a Valentine’s Day feast
Host a romantic night in this Valentine’s Day with a 3-course feast that even the amateur chef can knock together.
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 – without the crowds!
Blackberry and Goat’s Cheese Tart
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.
Cod en papillote with baked new potatoes
Enjoy all the decadence of French food at home with this quick and simple cod en papillote recipe with baked new potatoes. Steamed together in its own parchment casing, this dish is aromatic and flavourful and perfect for Valentine’s Day.
Baked raspberry and chocolate puddings with chocolate sauce
These rich dark chocolate puddings are perfect for Valentine’s Day and can be prepped ahead so you can simply pop them in the oven for 10 minutes while you clear the table. Serve with a drizzle of warm cinnamon spiced chocolate sauce and complete with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
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