10 Seafood Recipes for Lent

Photo by: James Ransom
Whole Roasted Fish with Rosemary Potatoes
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Serves as many as you wish

1 fish per person, like trout or seabass
1 potato per person, peeled &... more 
Photo by: James Ransom
Whole Roasted Fish with Rosemary Potatoes
Save and print the recipe on Food52.

Serves as many as you wish

1 fish per person, like trout or seabass
1 potato per person, peeled & cubed
1 clove of diced garlic per fish, plus extra for potatoes
1 rosemary sprig per fish, plus extra for potatoes
Salt, pepper & crushed red pepper to taste
Olive oil

1. Preheat oven to 375F. Coat the bottom of a roasting pan with olive oil. Add diced potatoes & season with salt, pepper, crushed red pepper, a handful of minced garlic & rosemary stems.
3. Rub olive oil on skin & in cavity of each fish, season with salt & minced garlic, and lay fish in the pan on top of potatoes. Place a rosemary spring inside each fish.
4. Bake for 30 minutes, stirring potatoes once or twice. Serve. less 
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Fri, Feb 22, 2013 11:00 AM EST

Eating fish on Fridays is a long-standing lenten tradition, as those observing this time of fasting and reflection abstain from eating meat once a week. But a day without meat doesn't have to feel like a fast -- make it a feast with one of these 10 recipes. We've got you covered, from simple dinners and work-friendly lunches to dishes worthy of a party.

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