Shack Saturdays

Weekend Special Recipes by Indian Curry Shack

Egg Rolls take me back to my childhood in Patna, India. We used to get these rolls on the road-side carts and those were the yummiest ones I have ever had. These roll-ups take the least effort and are best for a breakfast or as an evening snack.

For the step by step recipe click on this link
Egg Rolls - Indian Curry Shack

Wood Apple Cooler (Bael Ka Sharbat) is a traditional Indian summer drink. This drink is believed to guard against heat stroke. It is brilliant for people having acidity concerns too. For recipe click on
Bael Ka Sharbat - Indian Curry Shack

Coconut (Nariyal) Chutney has been a family favourite condiment to South Indian dishes like Dosa, Idli and Vada.

Ready in two easy steps. For recipe click on
Coconut Chutney - Indian Curry Shack

The very healthy and tasty Oats Uthappa or Uttapam (Indian Pancake) is here this weekend. Oats have the highest amount of soluble fibre amongst all grains and support healthy digestion. This nutrient-dense food can be had in so many different ways. Beyond the breakfast bowl, these can be added to cookies, breads, pancakes and more. It is great as a snack or main-course. For recipe click on
Oats Uthappa - Indian Curry Shack

We completely loved these Chicken Ki Tikkis or Spiced Chicken Patties and I am so sure these are going to tickle your tastebuds too. So here’s this Shack Saturdays Special recipe which is quite versatile… you can enjoy it just as it is or have it in a burger or sandwich, dice and make Souvlaki (a Greek recipe coming soon on the blog), and there could be various combinations. For recipe click on
Chicken Ki Tikki - Indian Curry Shack

We can find Nimbu Paani (Lemonade) in almost every Indian house but this one is healthier and has a distinct appearance… It doesn’t resemble the normal Nimbu Paani (Lemonade) as this one is prepared with ‘brown sugar’! For recipe click on this link
Lemonade - Indian Curry Shack

Here’s the delicious Chicken Curry and Steamed Rice made with local Swiss ingredients. Try it out. It’s finger-licking good. For recipe click on this link
Chicken Curry - Indian Curry Shack

Noodle Soup is the best comfort food that you all can have and especially when you are travelling. You can either carry the powdered or canned soup and unboiled noodles with yourself from home or just grab from one of the super markets and make this delectable dish. For recipe click on
Noodle Soup-Indian Curry Shack

Roasting can be so much fun. You can try with seafood, corn, chicken, lamb, paneer (cottage cheese) and the list goes on.  Tandoori Prawns are marinated in lemon juice, yogurt and spices, then grilled or broiled. Plan ahead. This recipe needs to be marinated for at least 6 hours or overnight.

Here’s the step by step recipe link for you all
Tandoori Prawns - Indian Curry Shack

The very tasty and nutritious black chickpeas in the form of Ghugni (saucy preparation of black chickpeas) is here this weekend. It is very popular in almost all Indian homes. A must during Navratri Pooja (ritual) when it is cooked without onion and garlic. Can be accompanied by Poori (deep-fried and puffed wheat bread), Steamed Rice or simply topped on a slice of bread with some chopped onions and chaat masala or black salt. 🙂

For recipe click on
Ghugni - Indian Curry Shack

Last weekend, I tried my hands on the very delicious Lasagna (pasta in the form of sheets or wide strips baked with meat or vegetables, red or white sauce and cheese). I made the veg version with onions and mushrooms in red (tomato) sauce and we relished it. 🙂

Here’s the recipe link for you guys to try and enjoy
Veg Lasagna - Indian Curry Shack

This Saturday start your day with something sweet! Something that has a great significance this day and is prepared in almost all North Indian homes. It is Sooji Ka Halwa (Rawa/Semolina Halwa). For recipe click on
Sooji Ka Halwa - Indian Curry Shack

Tantalize your taste-buds with the delectable Prawn Curry this weekend! I am short of words for this sumptuous dish! For recipe click on this link
Prawn Curry - Indian Curry Shack

This weekend relish a super delicious starter ‘Butter Garlic Prawns’. It is a very easy recipe and great for starters. For recipe click on
Butter Garlic Prawns - Indian Curry Shack

Have you tried Besan Ka Cheela or Indian Pancake? If you have then you know what I am referring to but if you haven’t then you are definitely missing a delectable item from your menu. You can make these Cheelas (pancakes) in two simple steps following the recipe at this link
Besan Ka Cheela with Sauces - Indian Curry Shack

This Shack Saturdays brings a super comfort food Egg Bhurji or Indian Style Scrambled Egg. It is our weeknight favourite. Especially when back from work all tired the easiest and quickest thing we think of is Egg Bhurji or Indian Style Scrambled Egg with Chapati (Indian Bread). It’s a fantastic combination… Try it out, you’ll love it!

For recipe click on
Egg Bhurjee - ICS

This Shack Saturdays relish a dish which has been my favourite since childhood and it was one of the first dishes that I made when I started cooking. It goes wonderfully with Steamed Rice. I have given a special twist in this Egg Curry recipe to the egg and the curry which makes it very very delicious and finger-licking. Click on this link to know about it
Egg Curry1 - Indian Curry Shack

Make any dinner party, supper or afternoon tea special with these scrumptious triangles. Quiche is a baked open-topped pastry or tart with a savoury filling thickened with eggs. It is very versatile so feel free to add a filling of your choice to the eggs. Serve with Tomato Sauce, Tabasco Sauce or any other sauce of your choice and be ready to win a lot of hearts 🙂

Here’s the link to the easy recipe for you all
Quiche - Indian Curry Shack

Pita or Pitta is a soft and slightly leavened flatbread baked from wheat flour. It is used in many Mediterranean and Middle  Eastern cuisines. Pita can be used to scoop sauces or dips such ashummus and taramosalata, or to wrap kebabs or falafel like sandwiches. It can also be cut and baked into crispy pita chips. Traditionally, the Pita Bread is baked. But, here’s the very easy recipe of this totally yummy Pita Bread cooked on a non-stick tava (griddle). Relish it with the easy hummus recipe.
For recipe click on
Pita Bread - Indian Curry Shack

Today what I have is one of my favourite recipes ‘Paneer Paratha’ which is a variety of Indian Flat Bread made with whole wheat flour and stuffed with Paneer (Cottage Cheese). It goes wonderfully with natural yogurt, salted butter or any kind of pickle. After making the parathas, I cut them into strips and relished each strip even more. You can serve these for breakfast, main-course or even in lunch-boxes.

Click on this link for the recipe
Paneer Paratha Strips - Indian Curry Shack

Bringing your way a gourmet dish Chicken stuffed with Feta Cheese. Stuffing the chicken breasts with Feta Cheese gives a lovely flavour to Chicken and keeps them moist during cooking. We absolutely love this dish and relish it till the last bite. 🙂

Here’s the recipe link for you all
Chicken stuffed with Feta Cheese - Indian Curry Shack

This weekend Shack Saturdays brings a very interesting and tasty Middle Eastern recipe ‘Hummus’. It is a thick paste or spread made from ground chickpeas (white chana), tahini (or powdered sesame seeds), olive oil, lemon and garlic. Simply serve as an appetizer with pita bread or breadsticks. It’s also a great spread for sandwiches. I absolutely love the taste of olive oil in Hummus. For recipe click on - Indian Curry Shack

This Shack Saturdays (Jan. 10th, 2015) brings a very interesting and delicious Paneer recipe ‘Chilli Paneer’ for you all made the Indo-Chinese way. 🙂 Marinated Paneer (Cottage Cheese) Cubes deep-fried and cooked with Onions, Capsicums/Bell Peppers and Sauces. It can be had as a delicious starter or main-course dish. For recipe click on Paneer - Indian Curry Shack

Shack Saturdays (Jan. 3rd, 2015) is Grilled Chicken Chunks on Cheese Bed. Here’s the first recipe of the year for you all. 🙂 It is something similar to what my better half and I had during our New Year’s vacation in Bali. An Indian restaurant had a very peculiar way of serving Chicken Tikka on Cheese and Spring Onion bed and it was delectable. For recipe click on Chicken Chunks - Indian Curry Shack

Shack Saturdays (Dec. 27th, 2014) is Chicken in Black Bean Sauce. Chicken and bell peppers are a delight when cooked in Black Bean Sauce. This is a great recipe for  a quick lunch or dinner. Ready in 3 steps. For recipe click on Bean Chicken with Chopsticks - Indian Curry Shack

This Saturday it’s the soft and spongy Rasgulla (one of the very famous Indian sweets made from ball shaped dumplings of chhena/moist farmers cheese or cottage cheese, cooked in light sugar syrup) recipe. You are surely going to relish it just like we did. 🙂 For recipe click on

Rasgulla - Indian Curry Shack

All Hail The Potato! This Saturday (Dec. 13th, 2014) is the very popular and versatile Indian street food Aalu Tikki (Spiced Potato Patties). Made with spiced potatoes. Serve with Mint & Coriander Chutney and Natural Yogurt. It’s also perfect for fasts if you use Sendha Namak (Rock Salt) instead of the usual salt. For recipe click on
Aalu Tikki - Indian Curry Shack

Relish hot Black Pepper-Garlic Sauce this Saturday (Dec. 6th, 2014) with your choice of roast meat or Steak. It’s our all-time favourite and exceptionally easy to make. For recipe click on
Pepper Garlic Sauce - ICS

Enjoy this Saturday (Nov. 29th, 2014) with super special recipe of Rajma (Red Kidney Beans Curry) with Steamed Rice. A weekend favourite of most of the North Indian homes. Try this easy recipe and enjoy flavorsome Rajma with aromatic steamed rice. For recipes click on the below links;

Steamed Rice

Rajma & Chawal - ICS

There are two special recipes for Saturday (Nov. 22nd, 2014) – Chicken Quesadilla (Chicken and Bell peppers cooked with Melted Cheese in Tortillas) and Palak Paneer (Cottage Cheese cooked in Spinach Curry). One is a perfect party starter and another an awesome main-course delicacy. For recipes click on the below links;

Chicken Quesadilla –

Chicken Quesadilla - Indian Curry Shack

Palak Paneer –

Palak Paneer - Indian Curry Shack

The recipe for Saturday (Nov. 15th, 2014) is Grilled Chicken Steak. A delicious and sumptuous main-course dish. Main focus of this delectable dish is the marinade. Goes extremely well with Black Pepper Garlic Sauce. For recipe click on
 Chicken Strip with Pepper Garlic Sauce - Indian Curry Shack

The recipe for Saturday (Nov. 1st, 2014) is Tehri (Masala Rice). The addition of Nutrela (Soya) Chunks gives it a unique flavour. For recipe click on

Tehri (Masala Rice) - Indian Curry Shack

Shack Saturdays defines comfort this Saturday (Oct. 18th, 2014) through a big bowl of Aglio Olio (Spaghetti with oil, garlic and red chilli flakes). For recipe click on

Aglio Olio - Indian Curry Shack

Stay tuned for the recipes this weekend (Oct. 11th, 2014) – Plain Parantha (, Feniya and Jeera Aloo. These are very popular Indian dishes which are simple yet irresistible. These form a part of the sargi ensemble consumed just before the fast associated with the Karva Chauth festival begins.

Plain Paranthas - Indian Curry Shack Fenia or Semia - ICS Aalu Jeera - Indian Curry Shack

The recipe for Saturday –  Oct. 4th, 2014 is one of India’s most popular and delectable dishes – Adraki Murgh (Chicken) Tikka. For recipe click on

Adraki Murgh Tikka - Indian Curry Shack


The recipe for Saturday – Sept. 27th, 2014 is hot and crispy Bread Rolls. For recipe click on

Bread Rolls - Indian Curry Shack

Relish your palate!



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