7 fish fry recipes for every Friday during Lent

shutterstock_182374886Whether you observe the Lenten season or not, there’s one thing we can all agree on: the fish frys. We’re excited to share our favorite fish sandwich recipes with you; one for every Friday until Easter!

Original fried fish sandwich. This recipe’s lemon tarragon tartar sauce gives your basic fish fry a fresh and zesty flavor that you won’t find anywhere else.

Teriyaki salmon burger. With 20 minutes total cooking time, this burger recipe is just what you need after a long week. Heart-healthy and flavorful, it’s a meal your whole family will enjoy.

Greek fried fish sandwich. The Greek seasoning in this recipe makes this sandwich instantly crave-able. And the options are wide open: use grouper, Mahi Mahi, cod or halibut.

Tuna sub. You can’t go wrong with a simple tuna sub on a Costanzo’s hoagie roll. Toast the bread to give the sandwich the perfect crunch.

Grouper sandwich. This grouper sandwich will make you feel like you’re on the beach by the Gulf coast. With simple ingredients like pepper, salt, olive oil and a spread of tartar sauce, it’s a nice break from the classic fish fry.

Grilled glazed-salmon sandwich. This recipe calls for bacon, but it’s just as good without. Red lettuce and apple slices are tasty additions to the vitamin-packed salmon.

Crispy catfish sandwich with herb remoulade. Although it may sound like a heavy meal, this recipe is actually quite low in both calories and fat. The secret is the panko breadcrumbs that give the catfish a crispy taste without having to deep fry it.

Try any or all of these recipes with Costanzo’s rolls during the Lenten season!

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