Favorite Recipes for Lent

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Favorite Recipes for Lent #LentenRecipes #ABRecipes
Favorite Recipes for Lent

The time has come to prepare ourselves for lent since this week we Catholics will be celebrating Ash Wednesday so to give you ideas on what to make for these upcoming fasting days I want to share my favorite recipes for Lent. Also during this next seven weeks, I will be posting a recipe per week that you can prepare at home as part of your lent menu every Friday.

Seven Weeks of Lenten Recipes 2015 #lentenrecipes #ABRecipes
Seven Weeks of Lenten Recipes 2015

Every year I join forces with fellow latina lifestyle and food bloggers that share their favorite recipes for lent so that you have an array of different meatless dishes to choose from, and that is good for those observing meatless Friday or if you are vegetarian this favorite lent recipes will give you ideas of what to cook at home with a latino flair.

This year I am joining the group for “Seven Weeks of Lenten Recipes.”

Iglesia de la Conchita at Coyoacan Mexico
Iglesia de la Conchita at Coyoacan, Mexico City

Growing up at home in Mexico we observed lent every year, and there are many dishes that I cherish from that time. Mexican cuisine is so flexible as it embraces the use of vegetables in many dishes so makes it easy to prepare favorite recipes for lent that you can enjoy year round if decided.

Come and join us checking back each week for new meatless recipes, those will be yummy certified and easy to make too!

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Stephanie Chavez

Adriana!! You did a wonderful job introducing the blog hop and all of us in it! I love your Lent recipe round-up, and I CAN’T WAIT to see that poblano rice casserole recipe!

Adriana Martin

Thanks for the clarification Beth in this post I am sharing my own Mexican traditions for lent not making any mention that Christians do not observe lent. Lent is deep rooted in my country and I just speak of what I have experienced and know, by no means I am an authority in religions. And we catholics are Christians too =)

Liz Mays

I don’t observe lent, but I’m spotting all kinds of treats that I simply must enjoy. I prefer meatless dishes anyhow!

Britney Thompson Mills

This is totally what we need! I don’t observe lent but we can use a few meatless dishes!


Just what I needed it! Thanks. I will star with the Cauliflower Soup!

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