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Au Jus Recipe

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Wondering if you guys could help me out.  There was an Au Jus recipe on here titled "AU JUS....belly up men" that I had bookmarked, but since the new format on this page, am unable to retrieve.  Have tried several searches on here, but am having zero success.  Could someone post a link if they can find it as tomorrow night is prime rib night and the wife and kids have requested that particular one.  Thanks!!

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Found it.  Trick is to go to google and type " au jus"

AU JUS RECIPE > this is how it done folks,belly up and do it rite...


Do not waste any money buying the store pkgs this is the chit!!!!!!.....and its where most of the flavor comes from!!! This must be made at least 3 hours before using; any left over can be kept refrigerated and is great for French Dip sandwiches.

Always stir before using or dividing into separate containers because pepper does not dissolve and will settle to the bottom.


Ingredients: ½ cup soy sauce

5 ¼ cups water

2 Tablespoons Beef base (any brand)

½ Tablespoon Garlic (powder or granulated)

¼ teaspoon black pepper

¼ teaspoon Whole Celery Seed



Bring Soy Sauce and water to a boil. Remove from heat and add beef base to taste - add more beef base depending on your salt taste (Au Jus should be a little on the salty side). Then add the celery seed and black pepper. Cover and set aside. Just before using bring back to a boil shut her down and serve. ......... IMO.........This stuff is so good....... u will hang it in a bag.......and run a hose in your arm > on drip feed ! lol

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We can always count on del, I've dabbled a couple of times making my own but I'm going to try this one for sure...

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Got it, thank you so much!!  Couldn't stomach the idea of the kids putting anti-christ (ketchup) on've saved the day!!!

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