During Holy Week, Catholics would serve non-meat dishes to observe the tradition of fasting. Oftentimes, the faithful would order their meatless dishes from their favorite restaurants, but with the lockdown and social distancing, this can be hard to do so.
Luckily though, Chef Boy Logro has these five non-meat recipes that we can cook at home for our family! Read below. (Read: 4 Fast-Food Joints That Offer Plant-Based Options in the PH)
Holy Week Recipes: Ginger Soy Fish
This easy recipe for Ginger Soy Asian Steamed Fish is spectacularly delicious and healthy. Plus, it comes together in just 15 minutes!
All you need are tuna, garlic, ginger, leeks, chicken stock, soy sauce, wine, sugar, and sesame oil! Check out the procedures here.
Holy Week Recipes: Ginataang Bilo-bilo with Langka and Grilled Tuyo
Did you know that the classic Pinoy merienda, ginataang bilo-bilo, is best served with langka and grilled tuyo? Chef Boy Logro shows us how! (Read: Chef Boy Logro’s Three Secrets to Success)
All you need are bilo-bilo, coconut cream, tapioca pearls, sugar, sweet potates, bananas, langka, and of course, tuyo. Check out the recipe here.
Holy Week Recipes: Ginataang Tulingan with Puso ng Saging
Make your ginataang tulingan more healthy by adding some puso ng saging in the recipe—the whole family will surely love it!
All you need are fish, kamias, coconut milk, puso ng saging, banana leaves, onions, turmeric, chili, salt, and pepper. Check out the procedure here.
Holy Week Recipes: Pinaputok na Isda with Ensaladang Mangga
This delicious dish is relatively easy to prepare. No fancy stir frying involved! (Read: 3 Fried Rice Recipes That Are Not ‘Sinangag’)
All you need are fish, tomatoes, onions, ginger, lemon, and seasonings! You may follow the recipe here.
Holy Week Recipes: Escabecheng Talakitok
Make your family’s meal time more enjoyable with Chef Boy Logro’s sweet and saucy Escabecheng Talakitok!
All you need are a medium-sized talakitok, carrots, onion, garlic, ginger, vinegar, banana ketchup, leeks, and other spices. Check it out here.