Enjoy These Delicious Shrimp Recipes During Lent
February 16, 2021
Individuals the world over will begin participating in Lent this week. But for those who are not familiar, what is Lent?
It is the 40-day period between Ash Wednesday (which this year is Wednesday, February 17, 2021) and Easter (Sunday, April 4, 2021) that is observed by many Christians. During this time, individuals typically give up certain luxuries, most notably avoiding the consumption of red meat, pork and poultry either on Fridays or the entire 40-day timespan. This is done in preparation for Easter and in honor of Jesus Christ’s 40-day journey into the desert during which he fasted. This is known as a “Lenten sacrifice.”
While certain meats are typically denied during this time period, seafood is still on the table, and that includes the delicious taste of shrimp! To do our part, we thought we would provide a few options for seafood meals to choose from over the next 40 days, so enjoy these wonderful recipes featuring wild-caught, American shrimp!
This recipe for Bow Ties with Shrimp, Spinach and Feta — with the rich and savory taste of shrimp combined with fresh vegetables and cheese — is both filling and healthy: we can’t recommend it enough!
These Grilled Chilled Shrimp Rolls are so tasty, you won’t want to stop after just one! Every bite is packed with mouthwatering shrimp, made even tastier with a special mayonnaise mixture and a cold beer.
Finally, this recipe for Shrimp Ceviche is a freshly sweet way to serve up your shrimp, with a delicious blend of fruits, vegetables and spices that are sure to make your tastebuds sing!
For a fun video recipe, check out this one for Crunchy Breaded Shrimp from Easy Cooking with Sandy!
We wish a happy fasting to everyone who recognizes Lent, but of course, Wild American Shrimp are a delicious option for anyone at any time. For more Wild American Shrimp recipes: visit our Recipes page!
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