7 Aphrodisiac Recipes to serve for your Romantic Evening

Salad and Mains

Now let’s go to your salad and mains and nothing can get sexier than these dishes on a cold Valentines night.

Watermelon and Haloumi Salad Wide


Watermelon and Haloumi Salad – This salad combines four aphrodisiacs namely Basil, Olive oil, Cheese and Watermelon. Let’s start with basil which is known to set a woman’s mood for romance which I guess is important, without her there’s no Valentines. Now with watermelons, it is said that this watery fruit is the ‘lycopene king‘ and has a Viagra like effect on the body, so this balances out everything, basil for the women and this for the men.

Olive oil on the other hand is believed to make men virile it also contains a good source of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats which aids in blood flow and most importantly hormone production. Finally the cheese, not a popular aphrodisiac but do you know that cheeses are believed to release the same rush of hormones similar to when having a sexual intercourse, think about it.

Or you may also try : Watermelon Avocado Basil Salad

Seafood Chowder Wide


Seafood Chowder – With tons of seafood on this bowl you will be sure to have that Omega 3 oils you need for the night. Like I said earlier Omega 3 elevates the serotonin levels in the brain which in effect enhances your mood. One ingredient to note in here is the lobsters which contains many nutrients necessary for peak sexual health. They are a good source of low fat protein which is much needed for a long night of seduction they also contain a good amount of zinc and B-12 to maintain that sexual desire.

Or you may also try : Manhattan Style Roasted Vegetable Chorizo Seafood Chowder

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3 Responses

  1. kitchenriffs says:

    What a terrific idea! We never go out to eat on Valentine’s Day — restaurants are way too crowded, service isn’t that good (because of the crush of people), and menu prices tend to get raised quite a bit. Love your ideas for a menu! Thanks so much.

  2. Juliana says:

    Nice menu Raymund…we too do not eat out on Valentine’s Day as we experienced nothing but bad food and service…no matter where we go…thanks for the inspiration.
    Enjoy the rest of your week 🙂

  3. Alice | HappyForks.com says:

    Very interesting ideas 🙂 To the list of aphrodisiacs we can add some valuable products:
    Aloe Vera – in ancient times considered a powerful stimulant;
    Bananas – aphrodisiac properties owes bufotenine in the skin;
    Figs – the ancient Greeks and Romans used them as aphrodisiacs 🙂

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