Menu for Valentine's Day for those who have problems with cooking or just is lazy

Less than a week is left till Valentine's Day. It is time to think about the treats that you will pamper your loved one with. For those who prefer a home environment, some supermarkets have prepared excellent offers.


On Valentine's Day, Asda offers a homemade dinner that you will definitely enjoy. The ready-made set includes a snack, main course, dessert and a bottle of wine. The offer is available from 8 to 15 February. From snacks you can choose: cold cuts, Cornish camembert, tartlets with mozzarella and Scotch egg.

As for the main course, you will get beef "Wellington", pasta "Primavera", pork stew and chorizo, pie with asparagus, chicken and prosecco, and mutton legs with mint sauce. And to finish the dinner - a dessert with raspberries and white chocolate, Belgian chocolate and hazelnuts, New York cheesecake, posset with blueberry and Sicilian lemon, crème brulee, caramel cheesecake, cake Red Velvet or cheese plate.


In M&S, couples can purchase snacks, main course, garnish and dessert for £20. In addition, with each ready dinner for Valentine's Day, comes a small box of chocolate hearts. From snacks you are offered Scotch egg, scallops and Scottish mussels. The main dish can be a rump steak with black pepper sauce, a duck with orange sauce or two sirloin steaks. For dessert, you can take a chocolate cake, citrus tart or cake from profiteroles.


Like in M​​&S, people in love can enjoy a main course, two snacks, a dessert and a drink for £20. For the title of the main course apply: pasta with cheese and lobster, sirloin steak with mushroom sauce "Diana", lamb leg with seasonal vegetables, muscatine pumpkin baked with maple syrup, and Taten tart with caramelized onions, beetroot and goat cheese. As snacks are offered: green vegetables with herbal oil, green peas and carrots "chantana" with herbal oil and french fries. And for dessert, tart with raspberries and prosecco or chocolate roses with salted caramel will do.


Morrisons offers a dinner for two for just £15. The assortment consists of four types of appetizers, six main courses, four side dishes, two desserts and five varieties of wine and beer. Of the main dishes, especially good are sirloin steaks and vegetable "Wellington". For dessert, you can take Belgian chocolate with salted caramel.


For a more modest dinner, you can go to Co-op to buy a main dish, snacks and dessert for £6. Snacks include steak, lasagna and mushroom "Wellington". For a side dish - french fries and vegetables. And you can finish the dinner with chocolate pudding or a cake with champagne.

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