15 Seafood Dinner Ideas for Lent

Although I have always enjoyed attending fish fry’s on Friday night during Lent in the past, I also love using lent as an excuse to try some new seafood dishes. My one rule when coming up with new fish recipes for lent is that they are budget-friendly. I think that going out and spending a ton of money on expensive seafood defeats the purpose of giving something up. Here is a list of seafood dinner ideas that are both inexpensive, delicious, and kid-friendly.¬†¬†

Are you looking to expand your Lenton recipe repertoire? I am here to help! Here is my collection of kid-tested Lenton recipes that taste delicious and will extend your Lenton dinners past fish fry’s, tuna melts, and grilled cheese.¬†¬†

All of the recipes in this post are seafood recipes. Also, check out my collection of Eggs for Dinner Recipes and Meatless Meal Ideas that will also fit into the Lenton season. Hopefully, this collection of seafood recipes will help inspire you to make various seafood meals for your family. 

What is Lent?

The Lenton season is one of the most important season of the year for many Christian groups. During lent, many Christians view this time of fasting and spiritual discipline. My family is catholic, and we always observe lent by refraining from meat on Ash Wednesday and all of the Fridays leading up to Easter, among other things. 

Lent starts on Ash Wednesday and lasts for the six weeks leading up until Easter.  These days vary on the calendar each year. 

Here are fifteen seafood recipes your family will love!

  1. Coconut Shrimp Tacos with Mango Salsa 

2. Instant Pot Fish Tacos 

3. Hawaiian Tuna Salad 

4. Crispy Fish Greek Salad 

5. Baked Cod with Feta and Blistered Tomatoes 

7. Everything Bagel Salmon 

8. Po Boy Shrimp Rice Bowls

9. Honey Lemon Salmon Foil Packets 

10. Greek Tuna Cakes with Homeade Tzatziki Sauce 

11. Potato Crusted Salmon 

12. Scandinavian White Fish Foil Packets 

13. Shrimp Primavera 

 

14. Sweet Baked Fish Tacos 

15. Seafood Lasagna Soup 

What are your favorite seafood dishes to make for lent?

 

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