Valentine’s day recipes call for all the romance and maximize the moments you share together. Where the day includes treats for the heart, the week takes care of your taste buds and belly as well. The chocolate day of the week symbolizes the presence of sweetness in your bond. Besides, every valentine’s date is incomplete without snacks or food. So, why not try a cute date in the kitchen itself? As a matter of fact, couples who cook together foster communication and better bonding. In fact, if you are romantic enough, it can be an intimate activity to shower your affection on each other. So, here are some valentine’s day recipes that you can cook together and some quality time in the kitchen.
Pasta with garlic bread
When we imagine a fancy food table, it usually has a plate of pasta with toasted garlic bread. Talking about pasta, you get a whole range in itself. In fact, there are around 350 types of pasta, shocking, isn’t it? Some of the common types include penne, alfredo, spaghetti, ravioli, rigatoni, fusilli, macaroni, lasagne, and more. For all the weight watches, there’s a range of wheat, whole wheat, and brown pasta as well. Needless to say, you can add your preferable veggies or meat. So, you can put together your favorite Italian valentine’s day recipes. If you are still asking “why do they serve garlic bread with pasta?” The answer is to soak up the extra sauce at the end.
Noodles with gravy
Noodles have been our favorite snack since childhood. Starting from Maggi, we have come to a long road to find out more categories of noodles. Like pasta, noodles also come in different shapes and types. From flat noodles to thread-like noodles, there are almost 8 varieties. But how we cook them makes them a lot different. In that case, the number is uncountable. You can dig out YouTube and look for a valentine’s day recipe that suits your ingredients. In addition, pair them up nicely with a hot-and-sour gravy. Alternatively, you can make them soupy just like the Japanese.
Dosa with chutney
After going through all the kinds of cuisines, what gives the ultimate satisfaction is Indian food. The Indian spices will always remain unmatched. On that note, you can try making dosa and chutney as a special valentine’s day recipe. The best part is you can play around with dosa as well. If you want to give your auntehic dosa a western touch, just add all the veggies, sauce, and a lot of cheese. You can call it a south Indian pizza in that case. In addition, agree or not, we all like nariyal chutney more than we like sambhar, right? So keep it limited and enjoy a healthy meal together.
Without any votes, Rajma chawal is the best dish ever created! Well, you can not go together all the time as rajma goes with chawal. Despite, you can still make your time count by cooking them together. A fancy date is everyone’s fantasy, but nothing beats a cozy desi date in the kitchen and on the couch. A valentine’s day recipe as simple and grounded as rajma chawal will make everything go right. Likewise, a full plate of salad on the side will add a cherry to the cake or we should say, pyaaz to the delicious combo.
Waffle with hot chocolate
Home-made waffles can change your definition of desserts. Just add your favorite flavor to the cake like soft bread. If you are too lazy to prepare your own batter, the supermarket has your solution. You can find a ready-made pack of waffles there. Just toast them up with different flavors like blueberry, strawberry, Nutella, and so on. Furthermore, couple it up with ice cream or hot chocolate to make it whole.
Well, we hope that you two put in all the spices just in the right amount and order. Don’t forget to couple your food with some assorted drinks or wine. Also, do let us know how was your experience and how your dish turned out to be. Happy Valentine’s!