5 romantic dishes to make for date night based on your relationship status

Curtis Stone's Date-Night Pork Tenderloin Dish

by Lisa Lozano

We have five delish dishes that you can make for your sweetie on date night, and we've even broken it down based on what your relationship status is!

The "First Date" Meal: Curtis Stone's Porcini-Braised Beef with Horseradish Mascarpone

You want to hook someone? Feed them this amazing roast beef with horseradish sauce. You'll definitely get another date!

The "I Really Like You and I Want to Get to Know You Better" Meal: Beef & Burgundy Burger

This is the perfect meal to cook for someone you've been dating awhile. It's casual, friendly and loaded with flavor. Plus, you can tell a lot about a person based on their burger taste!

The "I Want to Impress You" Meal: Veal Chops Valdostana with Oven Frites and Haricots Verts

This elegant dish will really wow your date. They don't have to know that it wasn't particularly complicated to make!

The "Take it to the Next Level" Meal: Carbonara with Asparagus and Peas

Be care with this delicious, rich, bacon-y pasta, because it's so good, it might just elicit marriage proposals!

The "Together Forever" Meal: Curtis Stone's Spice-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with White Barbecue Sauce and Grilled Asparagus

If you've been with your loved one forever and want to keep that special spark alive, you can't go wrong with Curtis Stone's delectable Pork Tenderloin dish, which is equal parts tasty and romantic. You'll be booking your next date night as soon as you take your first bite!

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5 romantic dishes to make for date night based on your relationship status

1.) Veggie Delight Nachos

If you're looking for a winning, meatless nacho for your vegetarian guests, try this Veggie Delight Nachos recipe! We take Green Giant Roasted Veggie Tortilla Chips and pile on fresh Pico de Gallo, zesty lime, freshly ground pepper, salt, corn kernels, sweet onion slices, shredded Jack Cheese and black beans. Top with guacamole and sour cream.

(Photo: Rachael Ray)

2.) Chicken Verde Nachos

We love these nachos because of the secret verde sauce! This sauce is made with roasted poblano peppers, onions, garlic jalapenos, tomatillos, agave drizzle and cilantro leaves. Layer on shredded chicken, refried beans and shredded mozzarella. Dig in!

(Photo: Rachael Ray)

3.) BLT Nachos

Bacon, lettuce and tomato nachos? Why not! We take Food Should Taste Good Guacamole Chips and top with Pico de Gallo, shredded pepper jack cheese, chopped tomatoes and crispy bacon. Top with shredded romaine hearts and sour cream.

(Photo: Rachael Ray)

4.) Aloha Nachos

Bring a little Hawaiian flavor to your football game party. We take a bag of The Better Chip Chipotle Chips and layer on shredded Colby Jack cheese, chopped grilled pineapple, red onions, pan-fried ham, parsley, chives and pickled jalapeños. Is your mouthwatering yet?

(Photo: Rachael Ray)

5.) New York Deli Nachos

Instead of using nacho chips, we're substituting potato chips! We take thick cut pastrami beef, onions and sauerkraut and pour it over the chips. We then add our creamy cheese sauce and top with Russian dressing, lettuce, onions and chipped deli pickles.

(Photo: Rachael Ray)

6.) Ohio-Buffalo Chips

Kettle potato chips are loaded with a creamy cheese sauce, blue cheese, hot sauce, chopped carrots, celery and onion. Please, make two trays. This will go fast!

(Photo: Rachel Ray)

7.) Philly Cheesesteak Nachos

We are taking the City of Brotherly Love's favorite sandwich, and turning it into nachos! Top toasted bread, with deli sliced roast beef, sautéed peppers and onions and a creamy Provolone cheese sauce. Touch down!

(Photo: Rachael Ray)

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