Sunday, December 6, 2015

Rattlesnake Pasta and Mexican Lime Steak

What is up with women and cheese?

The most request of new recipes I receive are form women that too "WITH SOMETHING IN CHEESE IN IT"

Since I have not made a pasta recipe in recently I decided to make a slightly different version of Alfredo which in most of the restaurants is known as Rattlesnake pasta along side a steak recipe which a very good friend of mine Haider Reza and its called Mexican Lime Chicken Steak.

So let's start making it before we getting in to some other verbal crap that I will not stop talking about which is usually about plastic and fake people.

Ingredients For Mexican Lime Chicken Steak:

500 grams chicken boneless breast steak sliced

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon red chili powder

1 teaspoon black pepper

1 teaspoon red chili flakes

2 tablespoon olive oil

1/4 cup lemon juice

Ingredients of Rattlesnake Pasta:

1 packet penne pasta

1 cup milk

1/2 cup cream

200 grams chili cheese

4 tablespoon butter or margarine

2 tablespoon flour

salt as per taste

black pepper as per taste

sliced jalapenos for topping

steamed broccoli for sides

First we need to flatten the steak slices with a meat hammer. This will also help in infusing the marinade in the meat.

We need to marinate the chicken buy putting the chicken in a container and adding all the marinating ingredients to it. Let it marinate for 1-2 hours.

After 1-2 hours preheat a pan or grill and cook the steaks from 4-6 minutes each side. Occassionally pour the remaining marinade on the steaks.

Now its time to prepare the pasta and that obviously can't be done without boiling the penne pasta.

Melt 4 tablespoons of butter in a non stick pan on medium heat and quickly add and whisk flour in it until it becomes a smooth liquid.

Quickly add salt and pepper following with milk in it.

Now add Parmesan and then add shredded chili cheese in it.

(sorry I took the picture late by that time the cheese was almost dissolved LOL in your face)

Rattlesnake sauce is ready.

Add the pasta in the sauce and coat it well. If you want to spice things up then add red chili flakes.

Rattlesnake pasta is ready now. TIME TO SERVE.

Ladies and gentlemen, fight the power with cheese please and welcome Rattlesnake Pasta and Mexican Lime Chicken Steak.


  1. Lovely recipe post and a great blog :)
    I'm a blogger too and blog at
    Do visit it when you can :)

    1. Thank you so much Madiha. I will check out your blog and try a couple of recipes soon.

  2. This recipe brought my love for pasta on a higher level.. n lovely steak too.. gonna try it soon

    1. Try it out and let me know how it tasted. Thank you so much Kanwal


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