You don’t have to disregard your health to enjoy a delicious meal on Valentine’s Day. We suggest trying these healthy meal recipes as you plan your Valentine’s Day dinner for two.
Salmon proves that great flavour and healthy nutrition can come in the same package. This popular fish provides important omega-3 fatty acids, potassium, and B vitamins within a delicious serving of protein. Because Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate sweethearts, this recipe sweetens the meal with a maple syrup marinade. Even lovers with busy schedules can indulge in this Maple Salmon recipe because it only requires 10 minutes of preparation and 20 minutes of cooking time.
The brilliant red colour of this beet soup makes it a natural choice for a Valentine’s Day dinner. The folate and vitamin C within the beets boost its nutritional profile while providing hearty flavour on a winter evening. This Coconut Thai Borscht recipe gives traditional borscht a spicy Asian makeover with Thai red curry paste, garlic and chopped ginger. When you choose the vegetable broth option for this recipe, it qualifies as a vegan dish.
Sheet pan recipes are popular because they don’t leave you with a bunch of dirty pans to wash, and pork tenderloin is lean, relatively affordable and tasty. This Sheet Pan Pork Tenderloin Recipe pairs the pork with roasted cauliflower and kale to create a super nutritious meal to share with a loved one. You’ll need to plan ahead a bit to serve this healthy meal on Valentine’s Day. The pork needs to soak in a honey mustard marinade for at least eight hours. After that, the meat should cook within about 20 minutes. While the meat rests wrapped in foil, you then roast the vegetables on the same pan for 15 minutes.
When healthy foods are a priority for you, shop at Famous Foods in Vancouver. We have fresh produce and ethically sourced meat and seafood so that you can make these healthy meal recipes with the finest ingredients.