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Smoked London Broil

JJRod305JJRod305 Posts: 5

I decided to try a London Broil, but done with indirect heat, not grilled.  It was simple and terrific.  Here is how I did it:

1.  Rubbed the meat (2 pieces of 3 pounds each) with olive oil and Sazon Completa de Badia (a cuban dry spice).  I did not have time to marinate overnight, although I may try that next time.

2.  Fired up the BGE, and mixed in apple wood chunks as well as chips (to create smoke).  Used the plate setter for indirect heating rather than grilling.

3.  Cooked at an average temp of 275 degrees for 1 hour and 30 mins (30 mins per pound).  Removed the meat when internal temp was 130 degrees.  Next time I may try a lower temperature, so I can cook it longer.

4.  Wrapped in tin foil and let sit for 30 mins.  Sliced across the grain and thinly as possible.

It was delicious.  Tasted like a smoked brisket, but the meat was more tender.  An easy alternative to brisket.

Good Luck!

 

Comments

  • JerseyTexJerseyTex Posts: 46
    I want to try this.
  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 7,599
    Pics? 
    Take it one step further, low and slow indirect at 225ºF grid and then remove the setter, open the vents until dome is 700º or so, reverse sear <1 minute a side to brown the outside. 
    Delta B.C. - Vee-Gan: old Indian word for poor hunter. 
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