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French Dip Au Jus

French Dip Au Jus created by Amber C.

A delicious dip for your french dip sandwiches. Better Than Bouillon is a brand of soup base its more of a paste.It's found with the bouillon. Just look for a soup base that lists beef as the first ingredient. I do not generally use the granules because we do not care for the flavor as much but you can use them.I would start with 1 tbs. of granules because of the salt content. If you could not find the Better Than Bouillon or a soup base product you could also use a canned beef broth or stock.

Ready In:
18mins
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ingredients

  • 2 cups water
  • 1 tablespoon better than bouillon beef base
  • 2 teaspoons better than bouillon beef base
  • 12 celery
  • 12 small onion
  • 1 pinch thyme
  • salt and pepper

directions

  • Add all ingredients into sauce pan.
  • Leave the celery and onion in big chunks for easy removal.
  • Simmer until the vegetables are done.
  • Strain, place in small bowls and enjoy.
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"A delicious dip for your french dip sandwiches. Better Than Bouillon is a brand of soup base its more of a paste.It's found with the bouillon. Just look for a soup base that lists beef as the first ingredient. I do not generally use the granules because we do not care for the flavor as much but you can use them.I would start with 1 tbs. of granules because of the salt content. If you could not find the Better Than Bouillon or a soup base product you could also use a canned beef broth or stock."
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  1. spookyfoxx
    followed recipe EXACTLY....strained out everything but liquid... broke-up and cooked Steak-em's in liquid....yes the frozen ones....served on store bought onion rolls first bite....ORGASM???????????? Thank you Amyk4
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  2. Skylinesuzy
    Delicious. However, use chicken stock instead of water to give it more depth
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  3. dalezav
    Does the recipe require 1 tablespoon PLUS 2 teaspoons Better Than Beef bouillon?
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  4. mityjoe
    Add a dash of vinegar to make it pop! I swear its the best thing you'll ever do!
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  5. MoggyK9
    I use this recipe all the time, sometimes I throw in a carrot as well. I don't add any salt, it doesn't need it. Very good recipe and my go to when I need an au jus for my roast beef and then again for the French dip sandwiches I make from the leftovers.
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