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HELP!!! We need a London Broil Recipe!!

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Sta. 18, May 26, 2004.

  1. Sta. 18

    Sta. 18 Modern 'tater

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    I've never made London Broil before & we're going to attempt it tonight. I realize we should have started a marinade last night, but we'll plan it better next time!!

    I got a new remote meat thermometer I can't wait to use.

    Thanks
     
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    1/4 cup coarse salt (kosher or sea)
    1/4 cup dark brown sugar
    1/4 cup sweet paprika
    2 tablespoons freshly ground black pepper
    1-2 teaspoons of cayenne pepper

    Brush London broil with olive oil, then apply this dry rub, about two table spoons worth. Let sit for 30 - 60 minutes, and grill to medium. Slice on a 45* angle and serve on garlic toast. HMMMMMMM!!!
     

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    Olive oil, lemon juice and soy sauce.

    roll the meat strips into round patties secure with a tooth pick.

    Marinate in the fridge for at least two days three is better.

    broil - remove the tooth picks enjoy.
     
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    3 tbs paprika
    2 tbs granulated garlic
    2 tbs kosher salt
    2 tbs fresh ground pepper
    1 tbs granulated onion
    1 tbs light brown sugar
    1 teaspoon thyme

    Mix well. Coat meat with rub and press rub into meat. Sear over high heat. Let rest five minutes and slice on a bias.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. I'm using a combination of the above recipes & a couple some friends suggested.

    It's on the grill right now!!! I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

    Thanks again!!
     
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    Wulfenite The King

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    I've always had bad luck with london broil.
     
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    i'm not a fan if it either for the most part. sure beats liver though!!! ;f
     
  8. Bullman

    Bullman Deranged Deputy

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    guess I have lived a sheltered life, I have never heard of London Broil and have no idea what it is.

    I am having frozen pizza, unthawed of course. It's not delivery, it's Digiorno.:)
     
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    London broil is a thick cut of steak (usually round or flank) that is served in thin slices.
     
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    Thanks everyone. It came out great! We had it with roasted garlic mashed potatoes. Yummmmmmmmmm!!!!!
     
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    We had London broil today, rubbed with the recipe I posted above. YUM. Also made on the grill was baked beans in a cast iron pot and small, whole, peeled potatoes with butter and paprika in another cast iron pot. Coupled with frosted mugs of beer. I was a happy man.