London Broil is a lean and mean cut of beef that is characterized by its distinct marbling and is just one of the many cuts that can be prepared in the same way. London Broil is a tough cut of meat with a slightly dry texture and it is inexpensive to buy; there are also a number of different marinades you can use, all of which will add flavor.

Broiling London Broil is one of the best ways to cook a juicy and flavorful piece of meat. If you are going to buy London broil in the supermarket, look for the package and read the label. Most of them will tell you that the broil will be ready in 30-90 minutes. Of course, most of them will also tell you that you can make it even more flavorful by marinating it first.

In this post, I will show you how to marinate and grill London broil in a simple and quick way, all at your own home, which is a great alternative to going to the restaurants. This London broil is the second meat that I will demonstrate how to do it this way, and it is very easy to do. The meat is thought to be dry and tasteless before it is cooked through. However, after you marinate it, it will not only be tender and delicious, but keep in its original shape.

There will be no more tasteless steaks!

This budget-friendly London broil is delicate and tasty, making it ideal for the entire family!

How can you properly marinade and grill harder pieces of meat?

For approximately eight hours or overnight, the flank steak (also known as London broil) should marinade and soften. The marinade soaks into the steak when it’s stuffed, making it even more tender and delicious.

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London broil marinated and fried

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TIME TO PREPARE: 10 MINUTES

TIME TO COOK: 20 MINUTES

30 MINUTES TOTAL TIME

This inexpensive London broil will be tender and flavorful, making it ideal for a dinner party when you want to grill!

Meat:

  • 3 pound prime beef or 3 pound London Broil (flank steak)

To make the marinade, combine the following ingredients in a mixing bowl.

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Cut into the meat with a sharp knife to begin. Make 1 cm deep diagonal incisions all over the meat, being careful to do it on both sides.

2

To make the marinade, combine all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl. In a shallow dish, pour the marinade over the meat, or put the meat and marinade in a freezer bag. Refrigerate the marinate for at least 8 hours, preferably overnight.

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Before grilling, let the meat to come to room temperature.

4

Preheat your grill to medium-high.

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Shake off any extra marinade before placing the pork on the grill for 8-10 minutes each side, or until done to your liking (I like to add a little freshly ground pepper on top while cooking).

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Remove the meat from the grill and set it aside for 10 minutes to rest before slicing it into strips. Have a blast!

406 calories | 21 g fat | 4 g total carbohydrates | 0 g fiber | 46 g protein | 4 g net carbs per serving406 calories | 21 g fat | 4 g total carbohydrates | 0 g fiber | 46 g protein | 4 g net carbs per serving406 calories | 21 g fat | 4 g total carbohydrates | 0 g fiber | 46 g protein

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Such a low-cost cut of beef with a delicious taste!

My budget-friendly London broil was a big hit with my family! The remaining meat was diced and sautéed with onions and peppers the following day, resulting in excellent tacos.

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I’m confident you’ll like this simple and cheap grilling recipe as well!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best way to marinate meat?

You can use a marinade, which is a mixture of liquid and dry ingredients that are used to flavor food. The liquid ingredients are usually vinegar, lemon juice, or wine. The dry ingredients include salt, pepper, herbs like oregano and thyme, garlic powder, ground ginger, and sugar.

How do you marinate something quickly?

You can marinate meat in a mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, and garlic.

What are the three basic components of marinating?

The three basic components of marinating are the liquid, the food, and a container.