lent recipes

Simple Lenten Recipes: Shrimp & Vegetable Noodles

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During this Lenten season, it’s customary to cook and eat meatless recipes, but also seafood recipes! Fridays during Lent are known to be meatless Fridays, which can include vegetarian dishes, as well as fish and seafood dishes. While I have a few staple lent recipes that I grew up eating, I’ve been adding some variety […]

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Ready for Lent & Meatless Fridays: Salmon en Escabeche {Recipe}

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Lent is coming up soon, beginning this year on February 10, and with the Lenten season typically begins a time known as meatless Fridays in our culture. Many people who observe the religious customs of Lent, traditionally abstain from eating meat (except for seafood) every Friday throughout the 6 or 7 weeks, as well as […]

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Appetizer Idea for Lent! Puerto Rican Tostones with Shrimp & Tomato Topping Recipe {Video}

Puerto Rico

We are almost 4 weeks into the Lenten season and you may be looking for unique seafood or fish recipes you can serve your family for those meatless Fridays. I don’t know if your family was/is the same as mine, but once Ash Wednesday came around, we honored the Lenten season by abstaining from meat […]

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Recipe Idea for Lent: Ensalada de Bacalao (Puerto Rican Codfish Salad)

Puerto Rico

The Lenten season began yesterday, with Ash Wednesday marking the beginning of a 7-week period of meatless Fridays before the Easter holiday for many households. Growing up in a Latino Catholic household, each year my family honored Cuaresma (Lent) by following the church’s traditions of fasting and abstinence from meat. On Ash Wednesday and every […]

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Start the Lenten Season with Bacalao en Salsa (Codfish Fricassee): A Meatless Lent {Recipe}

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The Lenten season begins tomorrow, with Ash Wednesday kicking off seven weeks of Lent this year. If you’re not familiar with Lent, it is a religious time period leading up to Easter and one that is quite often observed by Catholics and other Christian denominations. I grew up attending mass in a Catholic church and […]

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