Top Rated Jus Recipes

Grilled Lobster with Lobster Jus Recipe
A delicious treat from BLT Fish, this lobster dish is packed with flavor and fresh ingredients. Click here to see The Ultimate Lobster Bible. 
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Spaghettini with Baby Calamari, Bottarga, and Lemon Zest
The clean, bright flavor of lemon zest pairs well with raw tuna belly, tuna roe, sage, and a bit of heat from red pepper flakes in this easy-to-make seafood pasta from chef Roberto Deiaco. Serve this as a first course in a dinner party and you'll be sure to impress guests. See all spaghetti recipes.
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Braised Lamb Shanks with Summer Gremolata
A simple, hearty meal. Cook your lamb shanks over low heat for a fall-off-the-bones tender meal. Gremolata is an Italian condiment made up of fresh herbs and lemon zest. This recipe is part of a larger story; click here for the full story  Click Here to See More Lamb Recipes
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This dish from Chef Scott Campbell of New Leaf Restaurant & Bar uses chocolate both in the spice mixture used to season the duck, and also in the flavorful jus that finishes the dish. It is one of the most popular dishes on the dinner menu, and is good to serve on Valentine's Day.
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Devilled Kidneys
Since it opened in January 2009, Albion has far eclipsed our wildest expectations, winning awards and local support. The breakfast menu is eternally popular, whether with weekend shoppers or with the local creative community, who love to scoff everything from kippers to duck eggs on toast, or healthy organic yogurt with poached fruits and muesli. Click here to see Cook Your Way Through London.
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As winter sunlight dwindels and tempaeratures plummet, only the most savory, falling-off-the-bone-iest meaty comfort dishes will do and hey, let's douse it in red wine for good measure.  Executive Chef Matthew Tropeano of Pain D'Avignon in Hyannis shares his favorite hearty winter recipe from the heart of Cape Cod.  Part French bistro, part European bakery, Pain D'Avignon caters to the Cape locals during the chilly winter when the summer tourists are nowhere to be seen.
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This is a lovely, simple, basic method for braising veal chops or steaks. Serve just as is, enriching the braising juices with a little butter, or elaborating with cream and mushrooms or other trimmings, as described in the variations following this recipe. You might arrange the chops on a bed of creamed spainch or on the potatoes simmered in cream and tarragon.
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Learn how to make our famous Salt Creek Grille Princeton Salmon with Beet Jus and Horseradish Cream, right in your own kitchen!
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This simple basic dish only requires one ingredient. Keep it in the fridge or freezer; it's bound to come in handy when you're cooking. 
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The great thing about this Provençal-style recipe is that it’s a lot lighter than most cannelloni recipes you see. No baking required; the filling is just a small serving of ricotta and mascarpone cheese, and the sheets are lightly greased in olive oil. The only real decadent part is the lobster jus, but trust us, it’s worth it. 
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All puns aside, this is one clever cocktail. Made with Wild Turkey 101 and all the fixings for a true Thanksgiving meal, this is one drink that might make you forget the coming meal. 
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There's nothing better than eating a hot sandwich in the fall. This hearty sandwiches, inspired by DiNic’s roast pork sandwich in Philadelphia, may take some time to make, but it's packed with great flavor from the homemade broccoli rabe and jus.
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