Home cooking on Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is definitely the day to spend with your better half, weather in home or outdoor. Some people love keeping it low profile and spending the whole day doing little sweet things for their loved ones on home. What can be better than a home cooked food to share your love and feeling? Many people love spending all of their Valentine’s Day at home watching movies, having food, making decorations and stuff like that.
For such people, we have crafted this article to advise them how they can make home cooking special for this day. Dinner is not the only thing to plan for. Start from the moon rising and breakfast and stretch it all until dinner time.
This year, Valentines is falling on Thursday. So, your loved one will definitely have to go office and this can be a little mood chilling as you get the chance to let him/her start the day with good wishes and surprises. As you are here to get concrete advices so we will suggest you to cook some healthy pancakes and serve it with strawberry sauce. To cherry on the top, serve it with a glass of healthy banana smoothie.
To welcome your love with a bright smile, don’t forget to prep up some finger food. Your kids can aid you in kitchen for chopping and measuring, if you have. If you are newlyweds then start prepping up in noon to avoid the hassle.
As Valentine’s Day is in February so crispy finger fried fish with a dip of garlic mayo can be the perfect combo to stay light and warm in the chilling season.
Always cook something that goes with your partner’s flavors. Don’t try anything new or unique as his taste buds might not welcome that change. Delight him with what he loves but always impress him with the garnishing, side lines and drinks. Stir fried vegetables, baked potatoes and fresh salad can never go wrong with any sort of dish. Moreover, you can make a delicious coleslaw and add it to the plate.
In drinks, choose something that lightens and helps in digestion like fresh lime or mint margarita. Don’t choose tea or coffee to be served with the dinner.
How can we forget dessert when we are talking about Valentines Home cooking? Yes! A home baked cake can be the best fit most of the times but not all of the times. Choose something lighter this valentines and over dose the sugar powder. You may choose some chocolate covered strawberries or peanut butter bars to be served with a cup of coffee and tea later in the evening. You can also eat them while having a movie night or long talk after a while of dinner.
All of these tips were especially made to keep you engaged whole Valentine’s Day in home cooking so that you may feel your loved one special on this big date. We wish you best of luck in this!