- 14th Feb 2019
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If you’re looking to treat your ‘special spud’ this Valentine’s Day, but aren’t sure what to cook, we have a variety of gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan recipes to suit almost every diet and create for a romantic meal for two.
We all know what it’s like to cook for a loved one who has a particular taste in food. It can often be a mine field to find recipes that suit different dietary requirements that don’t compromise on taste or flavour.
Whether your partner is going meat-free, trying to avoid wheat, or is cutting out meat, fish and dairy from their diet, potatoes are your secret weapon as they’re versatile, vegan and totally gluten-free and won’t require you to fork out for an expensive alternative.
Gluten-free Valentine’s Day recipes
This super easy roast dinner with turkey drumsticks is totally wheat-free, low on calories and packed full of vitamins.
Mussels are perfect for a special Valentine’s Day treat, particularly when cooked in this rich, creamy sauce and served with crispy wedges.
This salad is fresh, light and great for those wanting to spoil their loved one. It’s also perfect for those wanting to leave a little room for dessert afterwards.
Recreate the classic Lady and the Tramp moment with our delicious spiralised potatetti. Potatoes are gluten-free, cheap to buy and richer in vitamins than pasta, so dust off that spiralizer and enjoy some delicious potatetti.
Vegetarian Valentine’s Day recipes
These bhajis are bursting with flavour and can be the perfect veggie starter or side for your Indian feast.
This show stopper will look particularly impressive on your dining table and is a great winter warmer. It’s super simple to cook - all you need to do is layer up potatoes, cheese and onion and sprinkle with herbs. Great for leftover lunch the next day, too.
If you need a veggie side dish to go with your main course, this salad adds texture and lots of fresh flavours.
Vegan Valentine’s Day recipes
For those with vegan partners, Indian food is a blessing in disguise as curries rely on herbs and spices to add flavour rather than dairy or meat. We have a variety of Indian-style dishes which use potatoes to soak up the delicious flavours.