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Recipes by myra byanka

Killer Beef Fajita Marinade

Killer Beef Fajita Marinade

Use for skirt or flank steak.

Jun 2013
Professional
3 votes
21969 views
Remoulade Sauce

Remoulade Sauce

I made this delicious sauce the first time for fried shrimp po' boys, but it will do just as well with beef, ham, turkey, as well as crab cakes,…

Sep 2014
Professional
1 vote
236 views
Easy Dill Batter Bread

Easy Dill Batter Bread

Great served with dishes that have gravy, such as pot roast, or pot pie.

Sep 2014
Professional
1 vote
198 views
Guacamole con Limon

Guacamole con Limon

This wonderful recipe contains no tomato, but you could add it. It's the recipe of an art professor friend, who served it one time and I made him…

Aug 2014
Professional
3 votes
331 views
Easy Dreamsicle Pie

Easy Dreamsicle Pie

Recipe from "The Dallas Morning News." If you want to make it with lime sherbet, substitute orange soda with lemon/lime soda or Fresca.

Aug 2014
Professional
2 votes
311 views
Roasted Jalapeno Ranch Dressing

Roasted Jalapeno Ranch Dressing

This is great on salad, shrimp tacos, and as a sandwich spread.

Sep 2014
Professional
2 votes
223 views
Easy Hamburger Steaks with Brown Onion Gravy

Easy Hamburger Steaks with Brown Onion Gravy

Comfort food classic made easy with store-bought brown gravy. If you want to make your own, a recipe is…

Jan 2014
Professional
3 votes
2955 views
Crockpot Italian Beef for Sandwiches

Crockpot Italian Beef for Sandwiches

Use rump or brisket (my fave) to make fork-tender beef for hoagies or homemade rolls (see links).

Jul 2013
Professional
7 votes
3117 views
Easy Tropical Carrot Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting

Easy Tropical Carrot Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting

Cake mix recipe with homemade frosting, or use canned.

Jul 2012
Professional
1 vote
3887 views
Easy Red Enchilada Sauce

Easy Red Enchilada Sauce

A Tex-Mex 101 sauce for enchiladas and tamales. Makes enough for about 12 flour tortilla enchiladas, which absorb more sauce than corn tortillas.

Mar 2012
Professional
1 vote
2184 views