Canva shared in their Facebook page meatless meals to try this Holy Week for the whole family. Figuring out ways to diversify your meals when you can’t have meat for Lent is now made easier.
Below are some tasty and meat-free ideas from Canva:
Egg Caldereta is an easy, affordable and a protein rich Pinoy dish. Kaldereta is a goat stew made with tomatoes, potatoes, hot peppers, spices, liver, olives, and bell peppers. Instead of goat meat as protein, eggs would be one of the best option.
Baked Mussels (Tahong)
Baked Tahong or Baked Mussels is a favorite Pinoy seafood dish. Mussels are very abundant in Iloilo wherein they are harvested fresh everyday and sold at an affordable price. This recipe is simple yet very tasty. It is similar in making your own gourmet food with minimal effort and ingredients.
Butter Garlic Shrimp
it is an amazing flavor combination of garlicky, buttery goodness which is so delicious and easy to make in minutes. The sweet taste of the dish blends well with butter and garlic. When you combine garlic and butter in a glorious shrimp pan, it becomes magical.
Ginataang Halo-Halo (Binignit)
Popularly known in Iloilo as Ginat-an or Linugaw/Nilugaw, Binignit is one of the most famous Filipino dessert dish. This dish is so festive being composed of banana, sweet potato, purple yam, taro root and other ingredients include plantains, tapioca pearls, and glutinous rice balls (bilo-bilo).
Paksiw na Bangus
This is probably the top easiest recipes. You just have to combine all the ingredients together in a pot and boil until fully cooked. This can also be kept in the fridge or cling wrap and leave it in room temperature. You just have to remember to cook the vinegar well for best results.
Aside from these, there are still a lot of meatless meals to try. What have you cooked lately? Share it with the comments section below.