Romantic Recipes To Cook Up For Your Loved Ones | MN2S Talent

Learn How To Cook Up These Romantic Recipes For Your Loved Ones

When it comes to your loved ones, you always want to let them know you care, and there is no better way to show how much you love someone than by cooking for them – showing them how much you care by investing your time in their happiness. Whether you’re making a romantic candle-lit dinner for two or a slap up meal for the girls, these recipes are sure to be a sensation.

They’re all created by the brilliant chefs on the books here at MN2S talent agency, so if you’re looking to book a celebrity chef for an event that’s on the cards, maybe they’ll inspire you!

Pink meringues with raspberry cream

This Rachel Allen recipe is a real showstopper and it’s even pink – perfect to fit a meal for a girls night in theme! Meringues are also a dessert that is sure to impress; they’re not tricky to make but they seem like they should be – if you want to wow with your culinary skills they’re an excellent choice.

Whip them up as a delicious dessert and choose from a variety of toppings to decorate together!

Mustard kale mac and cheese

Okay, so you’re not exactly a domestic god or goddess, but you still want to make something delicious and homemade to show that you care. Macaroni and cheese is the ultimate comfort food and it’s also a doddle to make. This tasty version by GBBO winner Nadiya Hussain is warm, hearty and delicious but it’s also hard to make a mess of.

It’s an ideal dish for the amature home cook keen to show you care – and the addition of mustard and kale to the traditional flavours mean that it’s not too bog-standard!

Tuna and caponata salad

For a quick and easy starter that’s nonetheless impressive, this tuna and caponata salad by Gizzi Erskine is a winner. Make a smaller portion than specified in the recipe if you’re just cooking for two, or divide it between more bowls if you’re cooking for a crowd.

It’s light, fresh and tasty making it the ideal way to start an indulgent meal – it shouldn’t fill you up too much! Pair it with a crisp white wine to really make the most of the salty flavours and crispy salad leaves – or a gin and tonic would also go down a treat.

Preserved lemon & cider pork with cous cous

Another GBBO winner on the books here is John Waite, who won the series back in 2012 – and his pork main dish is as easy to cook as it is delicious and impressive. The secret is in a really slow-cooked dish, making it melt-in-the-mouth tender and packed with flavour.

It’s a beautiful dish for feeding a crowd, but if it’s just you and your loved one, the leftovers won’t stick around long either. Dish it up with some vibrant veg to add colour to your plate then sit back and wait for the compliments!

Speakers for hire

The chefs behind all of the recipes featured above are available to book for cooking demonstrations, public speaking engagements and endorsements through MN2S. A chef could be the ideal choice for your next event, so if you’ve been inspired, contact MN2S talent agency to find out more about booking a chef.

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