Blog Posts - Lent/meatless



Tzatziki Sauce for Saint Cyril of Alexandria

Tzatziki is a delicious Greek yogurt sauce you can throw together in minutes. A great way to WOW your guests with minimal effort. Today is the Feast day of Cyril of Alexandria. He lived from 376-444. He was the Patriarch of Alexandria when his father...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Jun 27, 2016

Lentil Stuffed Peppers

Stuff Bell peppers with a combination of lentils and rice for a simple satisfying vegetarian meal. A few months back, and when I say a few months back I mean during Lent, I cooked some Lentils. You remember? I cooked some Sloppy Joes and stuffed some...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Jun 7, 2016

Compound Butter

This easy compound butter with fresh herbs is my secret weapon to the most perfectly flavored recipes. Everyone will be raving how good it tastes. Only you need to know how easy it is to make. Now that winter is over and spring has begun. You can add...
by My Catholic Kitchen on May 1, 2015

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

This is a great way to use up all those over ripe bananas. These Banana chocolate chip muffins are the perfect pair to a cup of freshly brewed coffee. It makes no difference if they are eaten for breakfast, snack or dessert, they are good any time of...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Apr 28, 2015

Shrimp Patties|Tortitas de Camaron with Pipian Sauce and Cactus

Shrimp patties take me way back. I had not had them in years and remind so much of the Lenten season the week leading up to Easter.  I really wanted to make some for my family this year, so I consulted with my mom and had her share her recipe with m...
by Nibbles & Feasts on Apr 3, 2015

Monday Mission: One Simple Lent

Your mission, if you choose to accept, is to celebrate Lent intentionally to improve yourself – spiritually, physically, emotionally. Lent has always been a major time of focus for me, and I take it seriously every year. It is to my eating and spir...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Feb 16, 2015

Salmon Cakes for #InaFriday

More Time at the Table   Anna @  Spice Roots    Barbara @     Bhavna @ Tumbleweed Contessa   Mary @ The Lady 8 Home   Mireya @ Comfy Cuisine   Peggy@ Rocky Mountain Woman...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Jun 6, 2014

Garlic Bread

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by My Catholic Kitchen on Apr 19, 2014

Barbecue Roasted Salmon

Print Barbecue Roasted Salmon Ingredients1/2 cup pineapple juiice 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 4 (6 oz) salmon fillets 2 tablespoons brown sugar 4 teaspoons chili powder 2 teaspoons grated le...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Apr 14, 2014

Meatless Meals and Lenten Inspirations to Help you Jump into the 40 Days

Tomorrow my toddler will be in awe of the fact that he finally gets something at the end of the line at church. He’s used to going in the communion line and watching everyone else receive, but as a 2-year-old, that’s the extent of his lev...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Mar 4, 2014

Fake Chicken and Snow Pea Stir-fry

Monkey girl last week decided she wanted to be a vegetarian   She watched this documentary called Food Inc. So we bought some vegetarian items from the grocery store.  This lasted maybe a week. As we are going into Target the smell of chick-fil-a...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Mar 21, 2013

Lentil Sloppy Joe Sliders and SRC

Where did the time go? It is that time again for Secret Recipe Club.  I got Denise’s blog Eat Laugh Love.  There is a treasure trove of recipes everyone will enjoy. Denise’s approach to food is pretty simple. Local if possible and ver...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Mar 18, 2013

Hot Crab Dip

The first time I had this recipe my sister-in-law Janet made it. She took her crab dip out of the oven and warned all of us it is hot. I know I heard it, but I dipped my cracker into that yummy dip and commenced to burning my tongue. Well. not just m...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Mar 14, 2013

Seafood Lasagna Roll-Ups and a Guest Post

Quick Meatless Meal: Seafood Lasagna Roll-Ups  This is a guest post by Meredith K. on behalf of Hunt’s®. When you’re in the mood for something meatless, what do you make? For many people, especially in the weeks before Easter, meatless meals va...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Mar 10, 2013

Mushroom Stroganoff

Can you guys believe that Lent is almost here? I am brainstorming about some recipes to make for lent, then it occurred to me. I have a Beef Stroganoff recipe that I have had forever. It is my go to recipe when I feel like some comfort food. I deci...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Feb 4, 2013

Marinated Olives and Feta

I am going to let you in on a secret. When I am in a rush and looking for something quick to serve on a antipasto platter, I love those marinated olives you get in the grocery store. They are a fast fix for just about any food problem that may arise.
by My Catholic Kitchen on Jan 9, 2013

Lenten Resources, Kitchen Stewardship Style

This blog was founded on a belief in God: that everything we have and experience are gifts from Him, and that He entrusts them to us as a responsibility. As a wife and mother, I am responsible for my family’s health, our budget, the good of the...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Feb 19, 2012


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