5 Valentine’s Day Meats for a Romantic Dinner for Two
Get the meal off to a romantic start with a tantalizing seafood that will heighten your senses — the Spanish Giant Wild Frozen Carabineros. Its dark red colour and size (25 centimeters) makes it a versatile and flavoursome addition to any dish — whether you add it to a paella or toss into a salad; infusing every meal with a sweet, succulent taste.
Keeping things simple and quick, lamb cutlets make for a fail-proof option for any home chef. The Australian Grass Fed Frenched Lamb Cutlets are so tender, they can be cooked over a stove in no time. Liven up your taste buds with a variety of marinades — try sizzling tandoori, spicy, green misso or plum and sesame. Whichever dish you choose to prepare, you’ll be sure to impress your dinner date.
Indulge in the creamy, caramelized goodness of a duck breast. Flavio’s favourites, Spanish Frozen Halal Duck Magret and Malvasia Halal Frozen Duck Magret are perfect for a scrumptious foie gras meal. Its generously large serving along with tender and fresher meat comes from the breasts of ducks or goose that are raised to produce this French delicacy.
There’s a good reason why steak is such a classic dinner for two - it is unbeatable; especially when made with Stockyard Australian Black Angus Beef T-Bone Steak. Juicy, tender and loaded with flavour, its lean meat will be the perfect addition to the side of potatoes and garlicky veggies.
Rolled Lamb Loin
Stay in and bring the steakhouse to you with our head butcher recommended New Zealand Grass Fed Lamb Loin Chops. It’s easier than you think to make a sizzling and perfectly-seared lamb chop. With its naturally amazing flavour, you don’t have to add much to enhance it. A hot pan and a few ingredients is all you need for an impressive romantic meal.