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?
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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?
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.
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!
London Broil, lean only 170
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