Top Rated Grilled London Broil Recipes

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karron
Ingredients: 1 1/2 - 2 lb london broil Marinade: 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup veg oil 2 tbs molasses 2 tsp ground ginger 2 tsp dry mustard 6 cloves garlic, minced 1 med onion, thinly sliced Mix well all ingredients except onion. Add onion, Marinate ...
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Mark Marcarian
I love this because I am a huge fan of grilled steak and kind of made this up as I went along. Serve with seasoned potato wedges, a simple salad and a green veggie. Don't forget the garlic bread as well. YUM!
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The Cafe Sucre Farine
I have made London Broil frequently in the past, sometimes from recipes, sometimes my own concoctions but the preparation has always involved a long marinade to help tenderize and flavorize the meat. I have used a myriad of different combinations; soy, garlic, balsamic, honey, brown sugar and ginger have all been employed and generally the results have been quite good. This recipe, from Cooks Illustrated, is quite different; no marinade, no special flavorings, just a sprinkle of salt, a good tight wrap, a sit in the refrigerator and a a shower of freshly ground pepper. Sound boring? Au contraire, mon ami! It brought rave reviews from the chief culinary consultant and I thought it definitely ranked as the best London Broil I've ever made.
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zeldamet
From Kosher Palette. Wonderful
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JackieOhNo!
Many times, when entertaining in the summer, it is just more practical to pick up a London Broil steak to grill. It is relatively economical and, when sliced, a little goes a long way. This marinade makes it just a little more special, and requires the steak to marinate at room temperature for 2 hours or in the refrigerator at least 4 hours. This is not included in the preparation time.
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pintobean
London broil that serves rare and is very tender.
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Feast Your Eyes!
This marinated London Broil is equally delicious served hot or cold, and is perfect for a pot-luck dinner. Thinly slice any leftover steak for French Dip sandwiches or serve over a Caesar Salad.
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