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How to do a london broil?

Any tips?  I was thinking 400 degrees about 10 minutes each side....
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  • That would work. I've had London broil at fests and it was done hot and fast to med-rare tops

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

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  • 400 is good.  10 minutes might be a bit long for me depending on how thick.  Hot, fast and slice thin across the grain.  I like it medium rare and pull it about 122 to rest 5-10 minutes.  This is where the Thermopen shines.
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  • Marinate, 400 5-7 minutes a side.
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  • If you have any left over it makes great chilli instead of ground beef.
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