10 Romantic Dinners the Two of You Can Cook at Home

Ravioli with Creamy Mushrooms and Asparagus

This recipe combines the ease of store-bought ravioli with all your favorite veggies to spruce things up.

Pepperoni Pizza Dip

Bonus points if you have a heart-shaped, broiler-safe pot to serve  in. But don't worry, the adorable pepperoni pieces will provide just as  much wow factor without.

Red Citrus Salad with Berries, Pears and Pomegranates

A plate of this salad will make your dinner look entirely on theme  with the bold red colors from blood orange slices, pomegranate seeds,  and raspberries. Drizzled honey makes it extra sweet.

Spiced Tomato Soup with Flatbread

A warming bowl of soup is the perfect dinner to prepare on a cold  Valentine's Day evening. Cut the flatbread into heart shapes for an  adorable touch.

Roasted Shrimp and Peppers with Creamy Rice

This easy weeknight dinner will look just as impressive as your order  at your favorite seafood restaurant. Garlicky shrimp combine with  fluffy arborio rice for a delicious combo you won't be able to stop  spooning into your mouth.

Thai-Style Peanut Chicken Wraps

For a romantic dinner that doubles as a date-night activity, prep the  insides of these wraps and then roll them up together with your  partner.

Thai Beef and Vegetable Curry

This dish features yellow chiles and turmeric for bold flavors to spice up your evening.

Salmon with Creamy Feta Cucumbers

This crispy salmon will be ready in only 20 minutes, and the creamy  cucumbers are an unusual side that bring a different flavor profile to  the dish.

Spring Veggie Pasta

This vegetarian recipe gets tons of bold favors from leeks, lemon,  and garlic, plus it's a light dish that won't make you feel sluggish and  full after dinner.

Mushroom and Arugula Salad Pizza

If you love pizza but want something lighter and brighter than the  usual red-sauce recipe, this arugula-topped recipe will give you all the  deliciousness of pizza with a newfound freshness.