Kṛṣṇa Kiśora dāsa

Samosa – Vegetable turnovers

Once you've tasted a good samosa, you'll understand why samosas are the most popular of all Indian savories. For variations, mix fresh paneer into...

Thandai Anise milk with raisins and pistachios

You don't have to make thandai with milk. You can use water instead, as is often done, though the milk mellows the taste of...

Phal ka ras – Fresh fruit juices

Krishna, the Supreme Lord, has provided many delicious fruits we can make juice from: apples, pears, grapefruits, peaches, apricots, plums, melons, berries, cherries, pineapples,...

Sandesh – Indian cheese dessert

On Krishna's early-morning plate of milk sweets you'll always find sandesh. This recipe for basic sandesh is tasty by itself. But if you wish...

Dokla – Steamed dal and yogurt

Practically any type of vegetable can be made into pakoras. Whatever vegetable you use, cut the pieces about the same size, so that they...

Pakora – Vegetable fritters

Practically any type of vegetable can be made into pakoras. Whatever vegetable you use, cut the pieces about the same size, so that they...

Paneer masala – Fried and soaked cheese cubes

There are many ways to cook paneer. For this one, you soak the fried cheese cubes in a spicy broth until they absorb the...

Kela puri – Banana puris

Kela puris will make you grateful that Vedic cooking has come to the West. Make sure the dough is kneaded until firm, and that...

Burfi – Milk fudge

This milk sweet, offered to Lord Krishna every morning in our temples, is made by cooking down milk over high heat until it becomes...

Shrikhand – Thick flavored yogurt

This delicate sweet, an easy-to-prep are guaranteed success, is the perfect dessert with puris, at room temperature or chilled. For an extra treat, put...

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