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London Broil/Shrooms

Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,337
edited 3:43AM in EggHead Forum
Got a chunk of top round (london broil meat) in an experimental marinade of oyster sauce, soy sauce, molasses, red wine vinegar, garlic powder, onion powder, and a teaspoon of walkerswood jerk seasoning. Will probably sear about 6 minutes a side at 500 (did steaks at 500 the other day....BBQfan1's way...and they were some of the best). Then will probably dwell until 135-140 internal. Slice thin against the grain...reserve half for me, and sear the remaining pieces again on the egg again for the missuz, who likes em well done.[p]Not sure to do with the shrooms, but was thinking of either stir frying in a similar sauce as the marinade I used....Or marinating/skewering them, then egging.
Any suggestions??[p]Today never got out of the 40s here in Virginny....normal high in the 70s. Great night for Qing!!
Yeeeeeee ha!
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  • BDBD Posts: 87
    Nature Boy,[p]Sounds like a good marinade to me ! I usually marinate
    mushrooms in the same marinade, stick on metal skewers and put in during the dwell time.

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