London Broil is easy to make and feeds a crowd. When it’s fresh all I do is slap some salt and pepper on it an hit the grill. But if I’ve defrosted frozen meat I like to help give it some extra umpf…that’s where the marinade comes in handy.
1/2 cup oil
1/2 cup lemon juice
1/2 an onion diced
1 Tablespoon each of:
oregeno, thyme, rosemary, & parseley (or any other kind of herb you like)
salt and pepper
Sometimes I defrost the meat in a ziplock bag with the marinade in the fridge.
Not sure how to cook London Broil? The easiest way is on the grill, you can use a meat thermometer to make sure the internal temp reaches 130 for it to be cooked medium. But, I generally figure if the meat is 1-2 inches thick, 6-8 minuets on the first side and 5-7 on the second side turns out about right. Also make sure to let your
meat rest for 5-10 minutes before you cut it.
Not sure what to do with your left over meat? Try a left over’s salad!