No more dry, chewy London Broil. This London Broil is juicy and flavorful and cooks in just a few minutes! If you got this e-mail two times, I apologize!
So for some reason, all my pictures shrunk – like this one above, and this post didn’t get published. Usually, I write my posts ahead of time, and schedule them throughout the month – usually to match the monthly menus, and this has worked well for me. But today, for some reason, this post decided it didn’t want to publish, or send out to your inboxes. Other than the pictures, which aren’t that great, I have managed to fix the problem (I originally used an “and” sign in my post, and WordPress didn’t like it), and here is the simple and delicious recipe for Grilled London Broil:
Grilled London Broil is actually a recipe that I learned to make from DJ’s cousin, Danielle. Before moving to Colorado, we always spent the 4th of July in New Jersey, with D.J.’s family, and Grilled London Broil was always on the menu. Danielle’s secret to a moist, and delicious steak was the soy sauce. I know that it sounds weird with balsamic vinegar, but trust me – it’s fantastic!
1, 3-4 lb london broil
1/2 cup soy sauce
3 tbsp balsamic vinegar
4 cloves garlic, smashed
2 tbsp olive oil
1 green onion, minced
2 tsp each; dried rosemary, dried thyme, black pepper
1 tbsp brown sugar
Mix all ingredients together in a large ziplock bag, and add steak. Marinate for 1 hour to overnight – the longer the better.
Turn on all the burners on your grill to high and heat your grill for about 10 minutes.
Remove steak from marinate and place on grill. Cook for about 4 minutes on each side for medium-rare, or until the steak reaches the temperature you like.
Rare – 120 degrees F
Medium-Rare – 126 degrees F
Medium – 134 degrees F
Medium-Well – 150 degrees F
Well – 160 degrees F
Wait 5 minutes, and slice, against the grain at a 45 degree angle.