On strict fast days, use vegan pierogies. Typically, the more traditional “Polish” pierogies are dairy-free. On fast days that cheese is allowed – add the optional cheese.
This chili is perfect for a weeknight dinner. It is easy to make, and tastes delicious! Give it a try when you are limited on time, and make extra for lunches!
This pasta dish with cabbage and onions is a favorite for fellowship hour, contributed by a parishioner of Holy Apostles Mission in Mechanicsburg, PA.
Fresh veggies give this sandwich a vibrant flavor. Make sure to give this a try when eggplants and tomatoes are in season!
These enchiladas are cholesterol free and very low in fat. They have a special taste because of the potatoes in the filling and the addition of spaghetti sauce
Source: Catherine Marshall (“When You Fast”) – http://www.amazon.com/When-You-Fast-Recipes-Seasons/dp/088141 If cannellini beans (white kidney beans) are not available, user another white bean, such as Great Northern. Tomatoes may be omitted if desired.
This can be made on fish days. You could add cheese during Cheese fare.
Variations of this dish are enjoyed from Asia to Southern Europe. This recipe meets the most stringent Greek Orthodox guidelines for periods of fasting and the Great Lent, and even with the optional addition of olive oil, meets less stringent guidelines and is served as a starter, salad, side, and main course.
Use brown-green colored lentils for best results, and choose your favorite herb for seasoning. I enjoy the strong flavor of rosemary, but bay leaf and oregano are popular options.
This black bean burger recipe is very easy, and primarily uses ingredients you likely have in your pantry and / or have for your normal meals. It’s a great weekday dinner. Try adding some hummus on top in place of cheese!