Whip up a homemade romantic meal for Valentine's Day with our handpicked recipes for two. We've adjusted the serving sizes for each recipe so you can have just enough to serve a relaxing, at-home meal for two.
Treat your sweetheart to an elegant Valentine's Day dinner for two with our stout-soaked porterhouse and rich homemade beer butter. The juicy, tender porterhouse is the perfect size to split with your loved one.
Indulge in a rich and creamy Italian dinner for two with our carbonara recipe. Pancetta, dry white wine, and whipping cream add full-bodied flavor.
Our simple recipe for shrimp scampi uses a flavorful marinade of garlic, lemon peel, crushed red pepper, and dry white wine. Prepare a vegetable side dish while the shrimp marinates for a complete romantic dinner for two.
Serve a sophisticated dinner for two that looks as impressive as it tastes thanks to a balsamic reduction, tomatoes, and thyme. The recipe requires only five ingredients and 25 minutes to make.
Earn major foodie points by boiling crab legs (we show you how) and serving them (yep, we can help there, too) at your romantic dinner.
When you're searching for a Valentine's Day dinner idea, high-protein salmon is a delicious and healthy way to put romance on the table. Pair with our homemade fruit salsa made from raspberries, jalapeno peppers, and oranges.
Switch up your Valentine's Day dinner with a steak recipe that features bold international cuisine. Chimichurri, a tart, bright green sauce from Argentina, is poured liberally over the charbroiled steak.
Fresh mango, pineapple, strawberries, and cilantro combine to make the bright, colorful salsa that tops our tuna fillets. A sweet balsamic glaze pulls the dish together.
Make a warm and hearty pasta casserole for your Valentine's Day dinner. The mix of cheese, ham, and spinach is sure to wow, plus the individual-size ramekins make the dinner extra special.
You need only say "filet mignon," and images of a fancy feast are conjured up.
Make dinner at home a special occasion with these mini crab cakes. Our orange aioli -- a mix of mayo, sour cream, orange juice, and herbs -- pairs nicely with the natural, mild sweetness of crabmeat. Serve the cakes on a bed of spinach for extra-special presentation.
Make your sweetie an extra-special dish for Valentine's Day, like our version of classic Italian risotto. We added peas, carrots, chicken, and spinach into the rice dish for a hearty and satisfying main course.
Beef, egg noodles, and broccoli cooked in a peanut sauce adds Asian flair to your romantic evening. Serve this dish with a sprinkling of green onions and a side of sticky rice to round out the meal.
Spice up an everyday salad with marinated grilled steak. Sweet peppers, corn, and green onions are also seared on the grill to add bright color and flavor to a bed of romaine lettuce. It's all topped with a tasty cilantro dressing.
Serve a homemade version of classic Italian meat sauce and pasta with this easy recipe. Pappardelle or tagliatelle noodles (look for thicker, flatter noodles) are best for soaking up this tasty sauce.
Make your Valentine's Day dinner romantic with this recipe for pan-seared steak tenderloin. The sauce adds a tangy finish with a mix of dry red wine, onion or garlic, beef broth, and heavy cream.
Greek flavors mingle in this chilled grain recipe that tops slices of grilled chicken breast for a special-occasion salad. Make the salad the night before and grill the chicken breast the day of for a less-stress, easy-prep meal.
Try this hearty pasta dish for your romantic menu -- skillet-cooked sausage, sweet peppers, and onions add a great flavor mix to regular weeknight spaghetti.