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Au Jus

This is a ZReduction recipe. Au jus is just a fancy name for the sauce they give you to eat with prime rib. It can also be eaten with any kind of beef cut; a steak, or even roast beef.

This is a super simple version I made up for a quick weeknight meal. It only takes a few minutes to make and really ramps up the flavor of your beef cut.


Can be doubled or tripled easily.


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5 cups of low sodium beef broth (I season with my own sea salt so I get healthy salt instead of processed salt which
doesn’t do your blood pressure any good)
2 tsp of Worcestershire
¼ tsp (or to taste) of garlic powder
grated sea salt and pepper to taste


Take out a small sauce pan. Add the broth. Turn your burner on medium high and bring it to a boil. Then turn down so it just bubbles. You don’t want to boil it so fast that it rises up above the edge of the pan.

Boil this down until it’s about half of the volume. This will take about 10 minutes depending on your stove. Just keep an easy eye on it while you do something else in the kitchen.

When it’s boiled down, add the rest of the ingredients and just boil another minute to meld the flavors. Stir.

I serve this in little bowls on the side for dipping. You can also drizzle it over your beef. It’s also tasty with your veggies you’ll be serving on the side.




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