London Broil on the Grill

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I found myself with several London broils in my freezer because they were on such a good sale at the grocery store, so I needed to find a new way to cook them. Usually, I get a London broil to make in the crock pot and it becomes a delicious beef stew (find that recipe here) but this particular night, I felt like grilling.

Now, some foreword on this recipe: I did not start with the intention of making this a recipe for the website, so my photos are few! However, it turned out really well, so I’m happy that I decided to take some last minute photos of everything.

Ingredients:

  • 2 lbs London broil
  • 1 cup marinade

Yep, that is all you need for this.

London broil is a lean cut of meat, so marinating it is KEY to help tenderize it. My marinade of choice is Allegro. It is deliciously flavorful without being overly salty. Seriously, get you some!

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Marinade the London broil for at least an hour in a sealed plastic bag, turning over sides at least once (aka just flip the bag!). For this one, I tried out the hickory smoke marinade rather than the original & it tasted just as great, just with a little bit of a smokier flavor.

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Before putting it on the grill, bring the London broil as close to room temperature as you feel comfortable. I just take it out of the refrigerator and lay it on the counter for about 30 minutes.

You want your grill to be around 400 degrees.

My broil was about 1 inch in thickness, so if yours is more, just add a little more to the cooking time. Also, the broil came out medium rare, so if you want it more well done add more time on the grill.

Try out a london broil on the grill today! - NovaturientSoul.com

I seared each side of the London broil directly over the flame for three minutes. This gets the pretty lines on it & seals in the flavor.

Then, I moved the broil over to the side of the grill, away from the flame to cook for three minutes on each side. The grill cover was closed immediately for each of these cooking times.

Try out a london broil on the grill today! - NovaturientSoul.com

Try out a london broil on the grill today! - NovaturientSoul.com

Lastly, I took the broil off the grill & let sit for five minutes before serving. I served with grilled asparagus & squash and it was delicious! It tasted like a leaner steak & it was budget friendly!

 

Try out a london broil on the grill today! - NovaturientSoul.com

Let me know if your try this out in the comments!

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London Broil on the Grill
Prep Time
30 mins
Cook Time
12 mins
Total Time
42 mins
 

I found myself with several London broils in my freezer because they were on such a good sale at the grocery store, so I needed to find a new way to cook them.

Course: Main Course
Servings: 4
Ingredients
Ingredients:
  • 2 lbs London broil
  • 1 cup marinade
Instructions
  1. Marinade the London broil for at least an hour in a sealed plastic bag, turning over sides at least once (aka just flip the bag!).
  2. Before putting it on the grill, bring the London broil as close to room temperature as you feel comfortable. I just take it out of the refrigerator and lay it on the counter for about 30 minutes.
  3. I seared each side of the London broil directly over the flame for three minutes. This gets the pretty lines on it & seals in the flavor.
  4. Then, I moved the broil over to the side of the grill, away from the flame to cook for three minutes on each side. The grill cover was closed immediately for each of these cooking times.
  5. Lastly, I took the broil off the grill & let sit for five minutes before serving.
Recipe Notes

My broil was about 1 inch in thickness, so if yours is more, just add a little more to the cooking time. Also, the broil came out medium rare, so if you want it more well done add more time on the grill. I served with grilled asparagus & squash and it was delicious! It tasted like a leaner steak & it was budget friendly!

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