When it comes to celebrating St. Valentine’s Day, if you make dinner to impress your loved ones, you score extra points in my opinion. While you can go out and buy the most romantic present to impress, preparing a Valentine’s Day dinner just shows that you care or love so much more that you are willing to dedicate your time making something delicious for the special day. This is especially true if you find a great recipe to share, for example: individual chicken potpie recipe in Martha Stewart Living magazine, February 2014 issue.
To crank up the romantic factor of the night, you can create a restaurant setting for your special someone. Buy some flowers, have a centerpiece on the dining table, dim light, lots of candles, a bottle of great wine, gorgeous table setting, and two perfectly baked, golden-hued chicken potpies beckon while the aroma wafts and lingers in your kitchen. I think that is extremely romantic! What’s more, you two don’t have to brave the crowd at restaurants—which are likely to be fully booked. No stress, no fuss, just a scrumptious meal at home, and engaging, lovey dovey conversations. That would be my ideal way of celebrating St. Valentine’s Day!
This chicken potpie recipe doesn’t have to made in two individual portions, on regular days, when your loved ones is hooked on your chicken potpie, you can use a 2-quart baking dish to make one big potpie. Just roll out the pastry so it’s 1 inch wider than the dish, cut vents, and bake for 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Happy Valentine’s Day!