This guide is a compilation of some delicious vegetarian recipes from the Hare Krishna tradition that are not only healthy and nutritious but also easy to make. From appetizers, main course dishes to desserts, these recipes will delight your senses and leave you feeling satisfied.

Divine Vegetarian Recipes from the Hare Krishna Tradition

Why You’ll Love These Recipes

  • They are all vegetarian and made with fresh ingredients.
  • The flavors are unique and exotic, yet familiar.
  • They can easily be adapted for different dietary requirements.
  • They are perfect for sharing with friends and family or enjoying alone.

Ingredient List

For this recipe of Sweet Potato Sabzi, you will need:
– 2 large sweet potatoes
– 1 cup diced tomatoes
– ½ cup chopped onion
– 1 clove garlic minced
– 1 tablespoon grated ginger
– ⅛ teaspoon cumin seeds
– Salt & pepper to taste
– Fresh cilantro leaves for garnish

How To Make This Recipe

Step One: Prepare the Sweet Potatoes

Peel the sweet potatoes and chop them into small pieces. Set aside until ready to use.

Step Two: Heat Oil in a Pan

Heat a skillet over medium heat on stove-top. Once hot, add oil (preferably vegetable oil). Let it heat up completely.

Step Three: Add Cumin Seeds & Onions

Add cumin seeds in hot oil; wait for them to sputter before adding chopped onions. Fry till they turn golden brown while stirring occasionally.

Step Four: Add Tomatoes & Spices

Add diced tomatoes along with salt & pepper as per requirement. Mix well.

Step Five: Cook Sweet Potatoes in Tomato Gravy

After tomato gravy has been prepared above , slow down the gas flame after covering it using lid .Let mixture cook slowly until raw smell goes away.Add chopped sweet potato,mix well with tomato gravy cover and let it cook for 15 minutes on low flame.

Step Six: Serve Hot & Garnish

Sweet potato sabzi is now ready to be served. Garnish it with some fresh cilantro leaves before serving hot.

Cooking Time and Temperature Guidelines

  • Heat skillet over medium heat.
  • Cook sweet potatoes in tomato gravy for approximately 15 minutes or until sweet potatoes are soft.


  • Cut the sweet potatoes into small, uniform pieces to ensure even cooking.
  • Be sure to use a lid while cooking the sweet potatoes as this will help them cook evenly.
  • Adjust spices such as salt and pepper according to your preference.

Seasoning Options

You can add other spices like turmeric powder, red chilly powder etc. depending on your taste buds.

Recipe Tips:

  • Sweet Potato Sabzi can be reheated easily in microwave or oven.
  • You may add cream/milk of choice just before serving for richer flavor/texture.

Recommended Tools To Make This Recipe:

To make this recipe, you’ll need:
– A large pan or skillet
– Cutting Board
– Sharp knife

## To Sum Up

This simple yet delicious recipe of Sweet Potato Sabzi from Hare Krishna tradition is perfect if you’re looking for a healthy vegetarian meal that’s both filling and flavorful. The combination of wholesome ingredients creates a unique blend of flavors that will leave your taste buds wanting more!


Q: Are all recipes on the website vegan?
A: Yes, all of the recipes on Divine Vegetarian Recipes from the Hare Krishna Tradition are vegan, which means they do not contain any animal-derived ingredients such as meat, dairy products, eggs or honey.

Q: Do I need to be a follower of Hare Krishna to make these recipes?
A: No, anyone can make these vegetarian recipes regardless of their religious beliefs. The recipes are simply inspired by the Hare Krishna tradition and offer a unique perspective on vegetarian cooking that emphasizes using fresh and natural ingredients.

Q: Can I use regular grocery store ingredients to make these meals?
A: For most of the dishes featured in Divine Vegetarian Recipes from the Hare Krishna Tradition, you can use common grocery store items like vegetables, grains, spices and herbs. However, some recipes may require specialty items like ghee (clarified butter) or jaggery (unrefined cane sugar), which can be found at an Indian grocery store or online if not available at your local store. Most of these specialty items have easy substitutes mentioned in each recipe’s notes section making it convenient to try out new dishes without having trouble finding rare ingredients.

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