Date Night In
recipes for: Date Night In
This peach burrata salad tastes like summer! Fresh peaches are thinly sliced then plated with creamy burrata cheese, silky prosciutto, and fresh basil. Drizzle lightly with truffle oil, then season with flaky sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper. A perfect lunch plate or side salad for any summer meal! GF
One pan baked swordfish is the ultimate easy weeknight entrée that is healthy, light, and flavorful. Swordfish steaks bake slowly over white beans, fresh corn, tomato confit, and fresh herbs. Serve with lemon wedges, basil, and thinly sliced onion. Elegant enough for a date night in! GF, DF
The refreshing southside cocktail is made from muddled fresh mint, fresh lime juice, simple syrup, and dry gin. Shake with ice, then top with club soda for bubbles! Light, effervescent and delicious on a warm spring or summer day!
If you're on the hunt for a lightly sweet, refreshing, easy-to-drink spring or summer cocktail, this pomegranate tequila cosmo is for you! It's made with tequila blanco, Cointreau, fresh lime juice, and pomegranate juice. Shaken, not stirred! Serve in a coupe glass with pinky's raised, cause this one feels both elegant and refined!
Tender and impossibly juicy, with a fresh, vibrant tang! That's what comes to mind when we think of this citrus marinated skirt steak with cilantro chimichurri. After a quick marinade, the steak gets broiled for a few minutes on each side. A simple weeknight dinner that we love serving with sweet potatoes and roasted veggies. Wine pairings included below!
When it comes to a steak dinner at home, nothing is quite as celebratory as a cast iron Ribeye Steak! We marinate ours in a mix of sesame oil, tamari soy sauce, balsamic, sriracha, and brown sugar, giving the steak a deep, rich flavor. Cooking in a cast iron ensures even heat across the pan, helping to give the steak that crispy exterior, while keeping the center tender and juicy. Totally restaurant-worthy, but made at home!
Juicy and succulent, these pan seared duck breasts will impress everyone! The trick to ultra crispy skin? Dry the duck breasts uncovered in a refrigerator! Serve with a simple pan sauce made with Port (or red wine) and cherries for an elegant date night in or intimate small gathering during the holidays. And don't forget to save the rendered duck fat to make epic duck fat potatoes!
Saltimbocca means "jump in the mouth" and that's exactly what the sauce from this veal saltimbocca does! The veal is tender, juicy, and crisp from prosciutto and sage, while the marsala pan sauce is sweet and rich. Whether made for family on a busy weeknight or for a stay at home date night, this one is always sure to impress!
This warm lentil salad with dijon vinaigrette is a healthy, nutritious, and filling meal that is both cozy and warm. French green lentils cook in a rice cooker, giving them a perfectly creamy texture with the slightest bite. The warm lentils are tossed with an easy dijon and balsamic vinaigrette. Add bacon, capers, and fresh herbs, then serve warm. You've never enjoyed a lentil salad like this before!