Your Fort Bend Apartments Talk Valentine’s Day Recipes

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We’re back with another blog post for residents of our luxury apartments in Richmond! This post should help you make the most of your Valentine’s Day emails. Are you tired of spending hundreds of dollars on Valentine’s Day dinners year after year? Think of how many awesome vacations you could take with all that money Sure, the Valentine’s Day memories are great, but it’s possible to create memories that are just as good without sacrificing a big chunk of your checking account.

 

We’ve created a list of romantic recipes that you can use to impress you date on Valentine’s Day. Of course, you should also make sure your apartment is ready for the date, so pick up some candles, a white tablecloth and plenty of roses while you’re out shopping for ingredients for these meals.

 

Once you’ve read the blog post below, remember to share this link with your friends and neighbors at your West Bellfort apartments! You never know who might be scrambling to nail down Valentine’s Day plans. You could be that one friend who comes to the rescue!

 

Crab-Stuffed Lobster

 

We’re not messing around with the recipes  in this week’s blog post. This recipe will definitely be cheaper than what you’d pay if you went out to a fancy restaurant, but it’s not going to be the cheapest recipe you’ve ever made. You can’t say we didn’t warn you! The key to this recipe is making sure you go out and buy high quality seafood. Don’t just go to the grocery store down the street. Instead, go find a nice seafood deli where you can be confident that you’re getting the best meat possible.

 

Grab these ingredients so you can get started:

 

  • Lobster Tails

  • Butter

  • Old Bay

  • Jumbo Crab Meat

  • Butter Crackers

  • Parsley

  • Salt & Pepper

  • Lemon Juice

Lobster Pasta

 

Here’s a slightly toned down version of the previous dish. Lobster pasta is still a little pricey, but it’s easy to make and delicious to eat. This pasta tastes best when it’s nice and creamy, so be generous with the heavy cream when making this dish. You might want to grab a loaf of garlic bread while you’re at the store, as there will plenty of extra sauce to mop off your plate after you’re done eating.

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Grab these ingredients so you can get started:

 

  • Lobster Butter

  • Garlic

  • Olive Oil

  • Diced Tomatoes

  • Heavy Cream

  • Dried Spaghetti

  • Cinnamon

  • Salt & Pepper

  • Parsley

Cajun Chicken Pasta

 

Here’s a recipe that won’t ask you to buy expensive seafood. You’re welcome! This cajun dish is a nice option for vegetarian couples who want to enjoy a fancy meal without having to eat lobster or crab.

 

Grab these ingredients so you can get started:

 

  • Linguine

  • Heavy Cream

  • Green Pepper

  • Red Pepper

  • Mushrooms

  • Garlic Powder

  • Salt & Pepper

  • Lemon Pepper

  • Basil

  • Onion

 

Four Cheese Margherita Pizza

 

We like this recipe because it’s one you can make with your significant other instead of for your significant other. Pizza is the best dish to make with a loved one, as each person will get to add their favorite ingredients to the dish. Plus, you’ll both get to enjoy the cooking experience instead of having one of you slave away while the other person sits on the couch and sips wine.

 

Grab these ingredients so you can get started:

 

  • Olive Oil

  • Mazzarella

  • Fontina

  • Basil Leaves

  • Pizza Crust

  • Tomatoes

  • Feta Cheese

  • Parmesan

With that, we’ve reached the end of our Valentine’s Day recipes blog! We hope you find some recipes you feel like you can make. Also, thanks for reading! We’ll be back soon with another blog post, so be sure to bookmark this page so you can check back in a couple weeks when our next post goes live. Until then, you can stay up to date with everything happening at your community of Fort Bend apartments by following Echelon on 99 on social media.

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