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    I just bought a London Broil because it was a special for half price. I have never had one so I was wondering how to cook it. I thought I'd put it on the grill but am afraid that it might be tough. Can someone tell me how to cook it and how to serve it? Thanks.

  • #2
    Re: Help with London Broil

    you can bread it with flour, sautee onions, add the meat and tomato sauce.

    you can sautee onions, add the meat and a can of coke and packet of onion soup mix, cook and eat.

    you gotta cook each recipe for a good long while, though....
    I don't want buns of steel. I want buns of cinnamon !!!

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    • #3
      Re: Help with London Broil

      Thanks Moose. I guess I'll throw it in the freezer and cook it another day. Thought I'd have it for dinner tonight but if I need to cook it for a good while then I'd better do it when I have more time. Guess it's BLT sandwiches and some corn on the cob tonight.

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      • #4
        Re: Help with London Broil

        You can also marinate it Sara Molton has a great London Broil recipe on the food network web site. We've made it several times with great results. and it's grilled.

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        • #5
          Re: Help with London Broil

          What type of London Broil did you buy? A top round or a shoulder? The top round is more tender. I season mine with garlic salt, black pepper, and sprinkle with fennel seed. Grill on each side until it is done however you like it, rare, med, well. Well will be drier. Let it sit for a few minutes after you take it off the grill so the juices stay in. Cut it across the grain.

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          • #6
            Re: Help with London Broil

            I always grill London Broil. I marinade it overnight and grill it rare. You slice it thin against the grain and it has always been tender for me. But if you over cook it, it will be tough.

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            • #7
              Re: Help with London Broil

              I use London Broil for fajitas - it's much cheaper than "skirt" steak or fajita meat.
              I marinade it and then grill it. The key is not to overcook it or it will get tough. Slice very thin against the grain.
              My mother's menu consisted of two choices - take it or leave it!

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