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"Last minute" London Broil -- pretty good!

Prof DanProf Dan Posts: 339
edited 10:34AM in EggHead Forum
An hour before suppertime -- nothing in the house -- run out to the market and grab a two pound slab of very lean London Broil -- maybe an inch and three-quarters thick. Trim off the fat on the side [not much fat to start with].[p]Slathered the meat with some yellow mustard and season salt -- got the Egg up to 500. A few oak chunks.[p]Slapped that slab onto the grill -- 5 minutes per side at 500. Shut down the vents and let it dwell for 7 more minutes. [This is a variation on the 3/3/4 method for steak -- this thing sort of looked like a big steak, right?][p]Took it off, cut it into big hunks, threw it onto folks' plates, and let them do their own slicing, right at the table. I figure if you cut it up into slices before serving, it cools off too much. I know that slicing it thinly across the grain is the best way, but too lazy.[p]Very tasty, lean, smokey, juicy. Not real tender, but not tough, either. Good chewing, if you know what I mean.[p]There is probably a better way to do London Broil, but this sure was easy and fast and good.
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