Valentine's Day Menu
5 Course Valentine's Day Dinner Menu - Easy Romantic Dinner Recipes


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Five Course Menu Valentine's Day Menu

Start your Valentine's Day dinner by choosing an elegant shrimp cocktail, followed by a delicious salad served in a martini glass, then a refreshing sorbet to cleanse the palate. A beef tenderloin steak is sure to please, and finally a beautiful simple dessert.



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The Way To A Man's Heart Is Through His Stomach
The Way to A Woman's Heart Is Showing You Care About Her


Plan an intimate 5 course Valentine's Day dinner menu, easy romantic dinner recipes special for two, make in advance so that you not only have a delicious menu but most importantly, you spend your time with the valentine love of your life, not in the kitchen.

Set the Mood for Valentine's Day with table linens, china and tableware, fresh flowers, candles as the only light and soft music in the background.

Make Your Valentine's Day Dinner Simple but Elegant 
This Valentine's menu is so easy...   make everything in advance... a beautiful Valentine dinner!!



First Course
Shrimp Cocktail
Defrost the shrimp in advance, make the shrimp cocktail sauce ahead of time.


2nd Course - Salad
Arugula
Simple to make...  serve in martini glasses.


3rd Course - Sorbet
Lemon Rosemary Sorbet
Make sorbet in advance and serve before the main entree to cleanse the palate before enjoying a tasty steak


4th Course - Main Entree
Beef Tenderloin Steak
Stuff the steak with mushrooms then serve on tomato petals for a beautiful presentation for Valentine's Day with baby red potatoes 

Serve with:


Side Dish
Baby Red Potatoes Carved into Mushroom Shapes
Carve potatoes in advance, keep in cold water...  serve drizzled with Truffle Oil, a great treat for Valentine's Day


5th Course - Dessert
Ice Cream Heart
A simple Valentine's Day dessert to make in advance, just put ice cream into a mold...  how simple is that!!







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