channeling contessa valentine's

  Citrus Cod en Papillote

Rosemary Chicken Lasagna

Roasted Red Pepper and Goat Cheese Alfredo

Spaghetti with Chili and Artichokes

Lentils with Roasted Tomatoes and Feta

Valentine’s Day is the one holiday that causes the biggest divide in people, as they clearly either love it or hate it. I probably would hate it… except I love making valentines with glitter and baking heart-shaped cakes way too much! I must admit, I’ve never met a holiday I didn’t like.

No matter which category you fall into, I couldn’t imagine a better way to spend the evening than cooking for your favorite person (or people). A cozy Valentine’s dinner at home seems like a much more romantic option than fighting hundreds of other couples for overpriced dinner reservations, no?

I’ve rounded up a few recipe options, and hope you’ll find something no matter what you hope to get out of your meal. The Cod en Papillote creates a serving for two (and there’s something so adorable about individual portions), while the Rosemary Chicken Lasagna would be perfectly comforting for a group of friends. If you want something that’s guaranteed not to weigh you down, the Lentil, Tomato, & Feta Salad would be just the ticket.

How will you be spending Valentine’s Day? (And more importantly, what will you be eating?)

  1. I love Valentine’s day too and Oooo these dishes look delicious! My boyfriend and I recently went to our usual V-Day restaurant so we are stumped as to what to do. Maybe I’ll attempt the Rosmary Chicken lasagna…I can’t resist anything with rosemary!! =)

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  3. Lisa

    The link to the Roasted Red Pepper and Goat Cheese pasta points to the Lentil dish. I can’t find the pasta in your recipe index. Can you fix the link?

    • All fixed now. Thanks for letting me know!

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