For those of you familiar with Kurma Dasa, I salute you. For those of you who are not, then brace yourself for a taste experience.
I love Indian food, and my first experience with Hare Krishna cooking was with their stall at the Rainbow Lifestyle Festival in about 1991. I still remember the chickpea kofta, mixed vegetable curry (vegan) and their insanely insane raisin halva. A little while ago I was looking up more Hare Krishna recipes and I stumbled across Kurma's website/blog. Here's a pearler of a recipe of his, and the best thing is that it's vegan.
You'll need to visit an Indian grocer for a few of the ingredients, such as chana besan and asafoetida powder, and there are a number of spices you'll need to get as well. This recipe works well with nearly any vegetable, and you can even soak bread in the batter to make bread pakora.
Original page - Kurma's Fried Cauliflower: http://www.iskcon.net.au/kurma/2007/03/07
Kurma's website: http://www.kurma.net/index.php
You'll find a lot of vegan recipes in the "Recipes" section, however you will have to sift through them because they're not organised into veg/vegan.