Winner For Indian Curry Shack Turning One Photo Contest

Hi People! As you all know that we had a photo contest this month on our Facebook Page – Indian Curry Shack. We have our winner now… Piyush shared with us the photo (below) of his¬†extremely appetizing Chicken Curry & Rice! His dish was inspired by the Chicken Curry recipe posted on our website. Many Congratulations Piyush! ūüôā Follow our blog or facebook page for … Continue reading Winner For Indian Curry Shack Turning One Photo Contest

Chocolate Lava Cake – Shack Saturdays

Bringing to you all our 101st post and the incredibly delicious and sinful ‘Chocolate Lava Cake’ this Saturday! ūüôā Forget about any occasion for this one… try it on a weekday or weekend and you are going to love it! It is very¬†easy to make but yes, just be a little mindful of time while baking, every minute counts and do not bake for even … Continue reading Chocolate Lava Cake – Shack Saturdays

Indian Curry Shack Turns One

When I look back to the last 12 months, more than anything else I find Indian Curry Shack a big inspiration for me. It turned me to a more frequent cook, a food blogger and a food photographer while doing my 9:00 to 6:00 job. I started appreciating cooking Indian dishes more while staying away from India. The Pav Bhaji place in Mumbai overlooking the … Continue reading Indian Curry Shack Turns One

Strawberry and Mint Cooler

Deliciously cooling¬†Strawberry and Mint Cooler¬†is here this evening. Take the freshest and sweetest strawberries for this recipe. It tastes incredible when mixed with soda or sprite. Preparation Time¬† 7-10 minutes Making Time¬† 5-7 minutes Servings¬† 4-5 Glasses Main Ingredient ¬†Strawberries Course¬† Beverage Level Of Blending¬† Medium Ingredients ¬† Strawberries¬† 350 grams (sliced) Lemon Juice ¬†1 lemon Fresh Mint Leaves ¬†a few sprigs Sugar ¬†2 cups … Continue reading Strawberry and Mint Cooler

Papdi (Fried Flour Crispies)

A tea time classic and a very popular Indian Snack. Papdis (Fried Flour Crispies) are very versatile. These can be had as is or can be turned into Papdi Chaat, Sev Puri, Dahi Bhalla Chaat or more. It is so delectable and easy to make. Needs just 3 ingredients and oil for deep frying. Here’s the step by step recipe for you all; Preparation Time¬†10-15¬†minutes … Continue reading Papdi (Fried Flour Crispies)

Saunth (Sweet Tamarind Chutney/Dip)

Saunth¬†or Sweet Tamarind Chutney (Dip) is a must go with Indian Chaats. Despite having all the ingredients at home I never really tried making this.¬†Never knew it was so simple to make until Mom taught me this time. That’s when I felt that some things seem¬†so difficult¬†till we try them. So, go ahead give this Sweet Tamarind¬†Chutney a try and relish with Dahi Vadas (the … Continue reading Saunth (Sweet Tamarind Chutney/Dip)

Banana Smoothie – Shack Saturdays

Bananas have been my saviour for all the times when I am super hungry or rushing. It just comes so handy. This weekend try this absolutely delicious Banana Smoothie. Just get the bananas, yogurt and crushed ice ready and you are all set to experience bliss in your mouth. This smoothie is a hit with the kids. Here’s the very simple recipe for you all; … Continue reading Banana Smoothie – Shack Saturdays

Dahi Vada (Lentil Dumplings Dunked in Yogurt)

Dahi Vada has been a family favourite yogurt dish for any festival or special occasions. It is loved by most of the Indian households. The hot deep fried vadas are first put in water and then transferred to thick whipped¬†yogurt and soaked. They are then topped with sweet and spicy chutneys and spices. The vadas can be made in advance and stored in a refrigerator. … Continue reading Dahi Vada (Lentil Dumplings Dunked in Yogurt)

Participate In Our Photo Contest

Hi People! Indian Curry Shack Is Turning One this month and we¬†are¬†having a photo contest ūüôā Just do these three steps to stand a chance to win a $50 Gift Card 1.) Follow 2.) Try your favourite recipe from the many recipes on the blog 3.) Share the name and photo of your dish on our Facebook page Indian Curry Shack Contest Deadline: July … Continue reading Participate In Our Photo Contest

Malai Paneer (Cottage Cheese in Cream Sauce) – Jain Style

I never imagined how a savoury dish would taste delicious without onion and garlic. But it wasn’t too late when I found that out, ¬†as my Mom cooked some dishes with no onion or garlic at home and they tasted divine… to the extent that I took extra servings. Here is the recipe of a¬†full of flavour dish Malai Paneer (Cottage Cheese in Cream Sauce) … Continue reading Malai Paneer (Cottage Cheese in Cream Sauce) – Jain Style

Dal Moradabadi (Tempered Lentils Moradabad Style) – Shack Saturdays

Dal Moradabadi is a very popular street food of a North Indian city Moradabad. My recipe here is the same Dal in a fusion form, that is, served with the Middle-Eastern Pita Bread.¬†It is made with skinned and split mung bean/yellow split lentil which is very rich in protein and relatively easy to digest. In this recipe, we will cook¬†lentils and temper with salted butter, … Continue reading Dal Moradabadi (Tempered Lentils Moradabad Style) – Shack Saturdays

One Lovely Blog Award

It is such an honour to receive¬†ONE LOVELY BLOG AWARD. Many thanks to¬†Ema Jones¬†for nominating me! ūüôā¬†Ema has a fantastic blog ‘Food 4 Your Mood’ and writes about Worldwide Cuisine,¬†Festival‚Äôs Food,¬†Health Tips and Recipes and of course Food for Mood. I am very inspired by the¬†wealth of knowledge she has about food and highly recommend you guys to explore her blog. The Rules for this … Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award