Lenten Meal Planning

February 8, 2016 – With Lent upon us (and a little help from ALDI in the kitchen), you can put away the frozen fish sticks and enjoy the goodness of Fridays. With these tasty Lenten-inspired recipes, you’ll never worry about Tuna Casserole again.Traditional english fish and chips meal

Shrimp Etouffee
A NOLA favorite, Shimp Etouffee is a timeless Cajun dish that brings shrimp and veggies together in a rich, thick sauce. Serve over rice for a fiery Friday night.

Pro Tip: Store leftover Cajun seasoning for up to six months.

Beer Battered Fish
Bring Friday Fish Fry to your kitchen! Our Beer Batter recipe turns flaky cod into crispy, golden bites. Pair with French Fries and satisfy your Fish Fry cravings.

Pro Tip: For a healthy dip, serve with one of three Cottage Cheese Ranch Dips

2016_ShrimpNicoisePasta_Recipe_Shrimp Nicoise Pasta
French meets Italian in this simple, flavorful shrimp dish. Crunchy green beans paired with noodles make an awakening bite.

Pro Tip: Swap linguine for rotini noodles and serve chilled for a meatless summer dish.

Make the recipes above with Sea Queen Jumbo Easy Peel Raw Shrimp and Sea Queen Flounder Fillets and feel good about where you get your seafood. For the fourth year in a row ALDI ranked in the top 10 on Greenpeace USA’s “Seafood Scorecard,” which recognizes the seafood sustainability of grocery retailers nationwide.

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3 thoughts on “Lenten Meal Planning

  1. Renate Hodges

    One of the things I’ve missed for 20 years has been shopping at “my” ALDI. Now I have one in my neighborhood and I’m so happy. When I walk into the store it’s a total feeling of home. Wish there were more items from Germany but realize that is probably not going to happen.
    Thank you for a job well done!

    1. Charlene Petruska

      I wish the US Aldi stores had more products from Germany that they carry year round and carried a wider variety of German products too!

  2. Jeannette Wilary

    One meal we have during lent is stuffed acorn squash or spaghetti squash from Aldi, split or cut lengthwise , then scoop out seeds and face squash upside down on dinner plate and cover with Saran Wrap for 12-15 min. Or until soft to the touch. Meanwhile thinly slice garlic, carrot, celery, onion, mushrooms, and cook till soft about 5 min. Then add some spaghetti sauce over the vegs and mix together in large frypan.Sautefor 5 min. Then put into the scooped out part of the squash. Then top with shredded cheese to your liking, I prefer cheddar, you may like mozzarella. Put back into micro for 1 1/2 min to melt. Have a small salad with this and you’ll enjoy all of Aldi produce cooked together for a Lenten meatless meal.

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