Tuesday, February 2, 2016

A Spiced Up Valentine's Feast

Unexpected Aphrodisiac Recipes To Get You In The Mood 


They say the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach, but boring store-bought truffles can be so passé. Instead, TheDailyMeal.com helps you think outside the heart-shaped box and get in the mood with recipes made from little-known aphrodisiacs. From figs to rosemary, these unexpectedly sensual edibles will spice up any Valentine’s Day feast.

Some alluring ideas include:





·         Spicy Avocado Soup: The Aztecs believed the avocado to be an aphrodisiac due to its tree’s phallic shape. The fruit offers a sensual, buttery texture that is even more enticing as a refreshing silky soup.





·         Pine Nut and Rosemary Crusted Lamb: Once prescribed by ancient Arabic doctors for their reported powers, pine nuts are high in zinc, a mineral known to enhance male endurance. This savory dish of pine nut and rosemary-crusted lamb is a delectable main course that will seduce your taste buds.

 



·         Garlic Ginger Bok Choy: Ginger has medicinal qualities that enable it to be a sexy food. This sharp-scented root eases circulation and allows blood to flow easily to all areas of the body. This garlic ginger bok choy recipe is a perfect side dish to keep your heart pumping during and long after your meal.




·         Lavender Cheesecake: Lavender represents devotion and its delicate, fresh scent boosts our passion and well-being. Try a simple lavender cheesecake for that perfect ending to a romantic meal.




For more recipes to fall in love with, visit: http://www.thedailymeal.com/little-known-aphrodisiacs-get-you-mood


Source:  The Daily Meal

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