Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. If you’re planning a meal for your special someone, definitely check out the menu below.
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Each year for Valentine’s Day, I cook Jorge a super fancy, multi-course meal as a special gesture of love :)! Usually we start out with cocktails and appetizers. There’s almost always a meat and cheese board involved. Then I’ll serve a smaller 1st course of soup, salad, pizza or pasta followed by an over-the-top main dish (ribeye, lobster, porchetta in past years). Finally, a homemade dessert that’s got some wow factor without being overly rich. I’ve shared some options below that fit this menu style. Don’t feel like you need to make all of them though! Make whatever you feel comfortable cooking, and fill in the gaps with good quality store-bough items. Continue reading for 10 Valentine’s Day recipes below plus a video on how to make the Reverse Seared Steak with Garlic Herb Butter pictured above!
Arugula Salad with Hummus, Oranges and Roasted Beets
Brussels Sprout and Prosciutto Pizza
Reverse Seared Steak with Garlic Herb Butter [below is an Instagram video of how to make this steak!]
Hello friends and Happy Friday!! So excited to share this video of my Reverse Seared Steak with Garlic Herb Butter made in partnership with @ralphsgrocery. This steak is perfect for Valentine's Day! You can find the recipe on KitchenKonfidence.com or if you live in SoCal, get a special recipe card at your local Ralphs! #LoveMyRalphs
Well that’s it! Happy Valentine’s Day from me and Jorge. I hope it’s filled with plenty of tasty treats 🙂12
averie @ averie cooks says
Hope you guys have a great night and wow, sounds like the epic meal to end all epic meals! Enjoy!
Sandra Lewis says
Yum, yum you just keep going over the top. Love your recipes
I’ll take the whole meal start to finish, all 10 courses. GREG
I had an early Valentine’s with my husband, and made the reverse seared steak. It was AWESOME! So easy too! Thank you! I also tried the polenta cake,, but I did it in an 8×8 baking dish and tried to flip it over while it was still hot, so I ended up with a cake pile. Oh well, it still tasted good, especially with the icing!
Just wanted to thank you for Reverse Seared Steak recipe. (I know it took me a while.) I tried the recipe on Valentine’s day and came out BEAUTIFULLY!! Meat was soo tender and no hard strings left anywhere and the accompanied butter complemented the steak. Please keep up with great recipes and blogs, Brandon!