Discover the Food of Love this Valentine’s Day

Get in the mood for love with this romance boosting evening meal menu, not only does it taste good, the dishes have some added benefits too ….

For Starters….

Coriander and Chilli Prawn Cocktail

We all know oysters are an aphrodisiac thanks to their testosterone-boosting zinc.  But other seafood, like prawns, do the same job.  Chilli also increases circulation to get blood pumping & stimulate nerve endings!

Coriander and Chilli Prawn Cocktail

For Main…

Salmon with Broad Beans, Asparagus Tips & Peas in Parsley Oil

Switch the peas and broad beans in this recipe to include our vegetable mix of peas, asparagus tips and broad beans to gain the added aphrodisiac benefits of asparagus.  The Vitamin E in asparagus helps you churn out mood enhancing hormones.

Omega-3 may help improve blood flow throughout your body too and keep hormone production at its peak!  The Romans discovered the aphrodisiac qualities of rocket, and it was used in love potions. It is a great digestive aid and packed with nutrients, which will leave you feeling fabulous!

Salmon with Broad Beans & Parsley Oil

Serve with our Herby Parmentier Diced Potatoes for a gorgeous Valentine’s main meal.

For Dessert…

Chocolate Fondue With field fare Berries

Pleasing on the eye and a sensuous food in itself.  Dark chocolate contains the chemicals anandamide and phenylethylamine, which boost serotonin levels – the feel-good hormone that increases feelings of well-being and excitement!

Chocolate Fondue


So venture into the kitchen this Valentine’s Day and create some wonderful culinary delights that will be sure to woo your Valentine!

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Fieldfare welcome all shoppers but due to our products being sold loose we don’t recommend them if you suffer with anaphylaxis from the following allergens: peanuts, tree nuts, sesame, milk, egg, shellfish (molluscs and crustaceans) and fish.

We also urge caution for other allergen sufferers as there is a risk of cross-contamination from celery, gluten, lupin, mustard, soya and sulphites which may be present in products in the same freezer.