Most Americans don't really know much about Spanish food, except by way of its influence on Mexican cuisine. Like most Western European cuisines, however, Spanish food is a sophisticated combination of flavors and ingredients, though it's not necessarily complicated to make. And, as Lisa and Tony Sierra, the About.com Guides to Spanish Food, point out, Spanish food is perfect for Lent, because the Spaniards eat quite a bit of seafood.
Even if you're not a fan of seafood, you'll want to check out the Sierras' recipes, because they offer a nice selection of non-seafood tapas (appetizers) and main dishes as well. You can find their recipes, as well as Lent recipes from other About.com food Guides, in Lenten Recipes: Meatless Recipes for Lent and Throughout the Year.