Category Archives: KRSNA Food

Cauliflower Pakoras!

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Hansadutta’s World Famous Italian Tomato Sauce with Curd Cheese Steak

DIY: Italian Tomato Sauce With Curd Cheese Steak — Environmentally Conscious Cooking We want to popularise the use of milk or curd as opposed to people eating meat, like they’d eat spaghetti and meatballs or have a steak. But Prabhupada … more

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Feeding the sadhus

How to Make Kitri (aka Kitcheree) Part I Kitri is a sadhu’s meal, because it’s a combination of rice and dal and vegetables all cooked in one pot. The sadhus, the holy men in India, since they have no home, … more

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How to make fresh curd (cheese)

Hansadutta demonstrates how to make fresh cheese (paneer) Milk is nothing but the blood of the cow transformed. A gallon of milk makes 1-1/2 pounds of curd, equivalent to 1-1/2 pounds of meat. Curd is the civilized way for human … more

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How to make potato pancakes (Kartoffelpuffer)

Hansadutta demonstrates his World Famous Potato Pancakes! Ingredients red potatoes, grated (allot one large or two small potatoes per serving) 2 tablespoons ghee sea salt (optional: sea salt mixed with black salt)

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How to make eggplant, tomatoes and curd (paneer)

Hansadutta demonstrates cooking eggplant, tomatoes and curd (fresh cheese). Part I Part II Ingredients 2 eggplants 10 small zucchinis (or 2 lbs) 8 small tomatoes a handful of ginger (fresh) 4 heaping teaspoons of whole cumin seed 3 heaping teaspoons … more

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How to Make Hansadutta Soup

Hansadutta Soup 1 gallon milk 10 small tomatoes (or two cans of crushed tomatoes) handful of fresh ginger, grated 2 Tbsp ghee 3 Tbsp fenugreek seeds, whole 2 Tbsp Hansadutta’s spice mix (see below) 1 tsp oregano or Italian seasoning … more

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