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londonbroil help

mikemike Posts: 152
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
anyone done londonbroil on BGE ?


  • mike,[p] Yes, lots of times :-). I normally marinated first, then cook at high temperature (like a steak) using the sear and dwell method. Cooking time depends on how big the London broil is. I normally go about 5-7 minutes on a side at 700F, then shut the vents and let it sit until my intuition says its medium rare. I let it rest for a few minutes, then slice thin and serve.[p]MikeO
  • tembertember Posts: 13
    The trick with london broil is letting it marinate for no less than 24 hrs and slicing against the grain at a 45 degree angle. Do treat it like a steak with a high temp sear at @ 4 min. per side and a dwell to a med. rare. [p]food tv has a few great recipes for this cut

  • BluesnBBQBluesnBBQ Posts: 615
    Here's a marindae I like to use:[p]1 six pack Guinness
    3-4 cloves garlic, chopped
    Dash worstechire sauce
    Salt, black pepper[p]Combine one bottle of Guinness* and the rest of the ingedients. Place meat in a large ziploc bag, and pour marinade over it. Refrigerate overnight. Remove meat from marinade and cook like you would any other steak. Slice thin, across the grain.[p]*the other five bottles go inside the chef/and or the chef's guests. :)[p]

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