Your Questions About London Broil

William asks…

London Broil?

What is the best way to cook london broil? On the grill, broiling or simmering? And what are the best seasonings to use also for just a simple dinner?

kenspong answers:

London Broil tends to be a tough cut of meat. I would suggest that you season it well with worchestire sauce and steak seasoning. Let this marinate for about 4 – 8 hours. I generally do this in the morning and leave it on the counter. When I get home I either grill or broil it. The key is really high heat and pretty quick. I would say no more than 6 – 8 minutes per side. Take if off the heat and let it rest for about 5 – 8 minutes. Then cut it against the grain, and very thinly.

Thomas asks…

Is a london broil steak good?

I’m ordering online from reasors and am not sure what kind of steak to get. I’m on a budget and plan to tenderize and marinade it so if it’s a slightly less great steak i hope that will help it. My other options could be beef chuck, eye of round, or cube steak. The london broil says its certified angus beef. I appreciate any help I get. Thanks.

kenspong answers:

I enjoy London Broil after it’s been marinated and then grilled or broiled. I use beef chuck for roasts or stews. Eye of Round makes a delicious roast with or without marinade or cut into steaks and done on the grill. This is a very lean and almost dry cut, but delicious when cooked in moisture or marinade! Cube steak is really just tenderized beef that I use for a sandwich instead of a hamburger.

Lisa asks…

Which would work best as london broil marinade?

I have two fat free salad dressings that I can use as a london broil marinade. One is wasabi dijon and the other is a balsamic vinagrette. Which would work better?
The dressings I have our fat free. I am looking for a low calorie way to go.
And I am guessing that the key ingredient to marinade is the vinegar… and both have it listed as first ingredient

kenspong answers:

With the two you have offered, here’s what I suggest:

Go with the balsamic. If you need to add flavor after cooking, you can use the wasabi-dijon for dipping. OR….

Cut your London broil in half, marinating one half in the wasabi-dijon and the other in the balsamic. This sounds better than marinating a whole broil in just one of the choices.

Laura asks…

What is the best way to cook london broil?

I have a 1inch thick 1.74 lb peice of london broil. I have to cook it in a few hours so I have no real time to marinade. Should I grill it? Broil it? Fry it?

kenspong answers:

London Broil

1 tb Melted butter
2 Med Sliced onions
1/4 ts Salt (opt)
2 tb Salad oil
1 ts Fresh lemon juice
2 Crushed garlic
1/2 ts Salt (opt)
1/2 tb My seasoning (follows)
2 lb Scored flank steak

Melt butter in skillet. Cook and stir onions and 1/4 tsp salt in the butter until onions are tender. Keep warm over low heat. Stir together salad oil, lemon juice, garlic, 1/2 tsp salt and the pepper; brush on top side of meat. Set oven control at broil and/or 550~ degrees. Broil meat 2-3 inches from heat about 5 minutes or until brown. Turn meat; brush with oil mixture and broil just until rare, 5 minutes longer. Cut meat across grain at a slanted angle into very thin slices; serve with onions.
NOTE: A can of mushrooms can be added with the onions. Brisket meat can be substituted for the flank steak.
My Seasoning: 1 part garlic powder, 1 part onion powder, 1/2 part ground black pepper. Mix well before adding to recipe.

Helen asks…

How many calories are in a london broil?

Hi everyone, I was thinking about making london broil tonight but am watching my calories. I was just wondering how many calories are in a serving of london broil, Thanks for your help!

kenspong answers:

London Broil, lean only 170

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