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What to do with leftover braising liquid/sauce?

Tom from Durham | Feb 10, 200508:09 AM     5

A few days ago I braised short ribs in wine, stock, some vegetables, and some spices. When the short ribs were done, I reduced the braising liquid by about half and used it to sauce the ribs. Now the ribs are gone but there's plenty of that good reduced braising liquid/sauce left.

What can I do with it? Can I use it as a soup base? Should I put it on top of noodles or rice? What else do you do with such tasty leftovers?

Thanks.

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