Gordon Ramsay’s Perfect Valentine’s Day Dessert


Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and Gordon’s got the perfect dessert to make the night perfect. This delicious Pavlova with a Raspberry Curd and Chocolate Dipped Strawberries is a light, romantic dessert for Valentine’s Day or anytime you’d like a simple, shareable dessert.

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