Top 10 Vegetarian Meals To Spice Up Sex Life

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Feeling a little sluggish in the kitchen lately? How about the bedroom?  Everyone reading this article can relate.  Vegetables can be a very sensual prop that can help keep things spicy behind closed doors in the bedroom, but which ones should you be welcoming with open arms and which should you close your taste buds to?  This article examines top 10 Vegetarian meals I use to spice up my sex life and would like to share with you.

Eat these vegetables carefully and close your eyes and imagine that there’s no one else but you. After eating the meal,  proceed to the bedroom and do your thing. But for goodness sake care to share it here.

 

1. Grilled butter coated fresh corn

Take some fresh corns but do not remove their husk. Then soak the corns in the water for 15-20 minutes. Take corns out, remove excessive water and pull down the husk. Then coat herbal butter on the corns. After putting the butter pull back the husk on the corn and at the top, tie with a piece of husk. Now place the corn on the grill for 15 minutes, keep on turning and served when grilled completely. Instead of feeding the corn to yourselves, feed it to each other. Turn it around and around as the other bites into the corn cob.

 

2. Baked cauliflower and mushrooms

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees for better result. Now coat the baking dish with non sticky cooking oil. Mix the vegetables – cauliflowers, chopped mushrooms, onions and garlic with lemon juice, cider vinegar, salt and pepper. Now spread the butter in the baking dish evenly. Then bake it for 40-45 minutes and stir occasionally until the vegetables are golden brown. Sprinkle the green onions over the dish and serve. You can always add some paprika or pepper to it.

When serving it, try feeding each spoonful to each other and see if sparks fly.

 

3. Seasoned potato and omelette served with creamy mushrooms

Take some peeled potatoes and boil them until just cooked and cut into thin slices. Chop some garlic and onions; stir them in the pan until soft with a blob of butter. In another pan add some more butter and heat until sizzling. Now layer the sliced potatoes with the onion in the pan and season each layer with pepper and salt. Heat should be medium. Now take some eggs and beat them well and season with salt. Pour the egg on the potato mixture. Use a spatula to draw the side and shake the pan so that it won’t stick to the pan. With the help of any plate, turn the side of the omelette to cook the other side as well for 2 minutes. Now cut the tortilla into slices and serve it with creamy mushrooms.

 

4. Butter beans and vegetable crumble

Preheat the oven to 200°C. Now make the crumble topping. Add flour and spread in a bowl and rub with your finger until it looks like crumbs. Then add cheese, parsley and combine well. In a large pan heat olive oil, add garlic and leek and fry until softened. Then add sage, carrots and rosemary and cook for 5 minutes. Mix mushrooms and cook for 3 minutes and add butter beans. Add tomato paste and evaporated milk and mix them thoroughly. Cook until thickens and then season according to taste. Now pour the mixture in a large dish and sprinkle the crumble and mix well. Bake the vegetables for 20-30 minutes until golden.

 

5. Vegetarian chili

Take some olive oil and heat it in a large pan. Stir the onion and season them with cumin, bay leaves, salt and oregano. Cook until onion is golden and tender then mix in green bell peppers, celery, garlic, jalapeno peppers and green chili peppers. When vegetables are cooked, add vegetarian burger crumbles and put them all on low heat for 5 minutes and cover the pan. Mix tomatoes in them. Then season chili with chili pepper and powder. Stir in and add kidney beans and black beans. Bring them to boil and leave them for 30 minutes on low heat. In the end stir in the corn and cook for 5 more minutes and then serve it.

Be careful not to add too many beans as this may spoil the fun later. Has anyone ever watched movies where two loved birds are feeding soup to each other? Isn’t that just so romantic?

 

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