Are you planning a virtual date night over Zoom or FaceTime?
Not being able to see your partner can be disheartening. Distance may not matter for some, but for many of us, it’s a real challenge to feel close to our significant other when they’re miles apart.
While a virtual date night is not as idyllic as an in-person date, you can still make it romantic, sweet, exotic, and fun with some cooking time together. After all, what’s a dinner date without an exquisite meal?
From the starter and main dish to the sideline and dessert, we’ve got you covered for an unforgettable FaceTime date.
For the Starter – Chicken Caesar Salad
Because it’s a date, you don’t want to complicate things. Keep it light and start your meal with a bowl of a delicious chicken Caesar salad drizzled with a creamy dressing. The best part about this salad? You can prepare the croutons and dressing a day before, and allow the chicken to marinate overnight. When the dinner time arrives, all you’ll have is grill the chicken and assemble all the ingredients. Clean, easy, and scrumptious!
Read the full recipe here.
If you or your partner isn’t a fan of Caesar salads, browse through our starters section for more quick and easy recipes that will set your mood for an exotic date night.
For the Main Dish – Chicken Vesuvio
This classic one-pot recipe is a delicious combination of Italian and American flavors. The juicy chicken fillets, potatoes, and tenderized green peas are lightly fried and then stewed in a mildly spiced, and garlicky wine broth to make this treat. Sprinkle some herbs and spices while braising the ingredients to add a tangy twist and an inviting aroma.
Share the full recipe with your partner too!
Want to try seafood on your date? Check out our main dishes recipes section for more delectable recipes.
For the Sweet Tooth – Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Mug Cake
Want to make a dessert in just 5 minutes with only 5 ingredients? Try this flourless Peanut butter chocolate chip mug cake recipe.
Your love is sweet, but this mug cake will add even more sweetness and flavor to your date night. All you need to make this gluten-free sweet treat is an egg, creamy peanut butter, baking powder, brown sugar, and mini chocolate chips.
Allergic to peanut butter? No worries. We have a range of dessert recipes to tantalize your taste buds!
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