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London Broil I

Rated as 4.55 out of 5 Stars

"'London broil' most often refers to a thick flank steak, broiled and thinly sliced, but can also refer to thick cuts of sirloin or top round."
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Ingredients

8 h 30 m servings 222 cals
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. In a small bowl, mix together garlic, soy sauce, oil, ketchup, oregano, and black pepper. Pierce meat with a fork on both sides. Place meat and marinade in a large resealable plastic bag. Refrigerate 8 hours, or overnight.
  2. Preheat grill for medium-high heat.
  3. Lightly oil the grill grate. Place steak on the grill, and discard marinade. Cook for 5 to 8 minutes per side, depending on thickness. Do not overcook, as it is better on the rare side.

Footnotes

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  • Aluminum foil can be used to keep food moist, cook it evenly, and make clean-up easier.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 222 calories; 9.1 g fat; 3.8 g carbohydrates; 30.1 g protein; 75 mg cholesterol; 1313 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Very good. The answer to the toughness of the cut is that you need to add an acid. I added lemon juice, but you could add vinegar--balsamic would be great. Very nice tasting marinade

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Hi, I just wanted to add that there is NO NEED to merinate meat or/& or "score" the meat with a ODD tool- I find it much tastier if you place your meat (in WHATEVER recipe you use, TRUST ME) in ...

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Very good. The answer to the toughness of the cut is that you need to add an acid. I added lemon juice, but you could add vinegar--balsamic would be great. Very nice tasting marinade

I have always been apprehensive about making London Broil due to claims of it being dry and tough after cooking. Well, an unbeatable price forced me to give this recipe a try and all I can say ...

OK...I changed a few things....4 cloves garlic instead of 3, about ONE FOURTH cup soy sause and ONE FOURTH cup worcestshire, about 5 dashes of McCormick Montreal Steak Grill Mates seasoning mixe...

i made a double batch of this for 3.5 pounds of london broil, and marinated overnight. i substituted worcestershire sauce for half of the soy sauce called for, and added a couple of tablespoons ...

Hi, I just wanted to add that there is NO NEED to merinate meat or/& or "score" the meat with a ODD tool- I find it much tastier if you place your meat (in WHATEVER recipe you use, TRUST ME) in ...

Wow, this was a winner! This recipe made the best london broil~very easy to do and tasty. My husband couldn't get enough! I cooked it on the George Forman grill for about 8 minutes, which coo...

I loved this recipe. I did marinate the meat for 3 days in a zip-lock bag and kicked it up a bit with some zesty steak sauce, balsamic vinegar and basically a larger amount of the ingredients l...

Great steak marinade! Since the title uses "London Broil" I decided to use "London Broil" because it was on sale. That's definitely a thicker, tougher cut of meat (it's not flank steak) and need...

What a fantastic way to prepare an inexpensive cut of meat! I followed the recipe entirely except for doing 1/4 c. worcestershire sauce and 1/4 c. soy sauce insead of the 1/2 c. soy. I also ma...