Fish on Fridays: Seafood Recipes for Lent

Fish on Fridays: Seafood Recipes for Lent

We know a lot of you are giving up something for Lent. Maybe it's sweets or alcohol, or maybe you're going full-on vegetarian. More common is the Catholic tradition of eating fish on Fridays. For that, we have some help.

Here are some of our best recipes from the Kitchn archives, from easy baked fish to more colorful, elaborate dishes that would be great for a Friday night dinner party. Are you eating more fish during Lent? What are you cooking?

Halibut, Spinach, and Tomatoes in Foil Packets
Weeknight Fish for Two
How to Bake Salmon Fillets (above, left)
John Besh's Louisiana Speckled Trout Amandine
Ginger and Cilantro Baked Tilapia
Whole Steamed Rockfish
Faulkner's Salmon Croquettes

Shrimp, Scallops, and Mussels
Roasted Tomatoes with Shrimp and Feta
Smoky Scallops with Fennel and Tomato
Scallops with Lime and Cilantro
Linguine with Mussels and Dandelion Greens

Salad and Soup
Boquerones Salad with Garlicky Breadcrumbs (above, right)
Cool and Spicy Fish and Cucumber Salad
Schvitz Fish Stew

Related: The Fish and Cheese Debate, from the Cheesemonger

(Images: Faith Durand; Sara Kate Gillingham-Ryan)

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