The week before Easter


Easter is just around the corner, and you might not have started to think about what you want to make. In the Orthodox Easter Calendar the week before Easter is called Holly week, reminding us of the suffers Jesus has been through. Easter Orthodox Lent is a time of fasting, which means abstaining from foods that contain animals with red blood (meats, poultry, game) and products from animals with red blood (milk, cheese, eggs, etc.) and fish and seafood with backbones. (The purpose of fasting is to cleanse the body as well as the spirit in preparation for accepting the Resurrection at Easter, which is the most sacred of all observances in the Greek Orthodox faith.)

We wanted to make it super simple for you this year, and have gathered a complete list of what you can make for a vegan Easter dinner from start to finish. Check out our 7 suggestions and try them with your favourite ingredients from Mories Organization;

Grilled king prawns with chermoula recipe

John Torode’s tomato and pesto tarts recipe
Leek hot pot recipe
Chickpea curry recipe
Scallops with broccoli recipe
Mint, pea, spinach and chia fritters
Golden oven french fries recipe
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