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London Broil Needs Cooking!

Ranger1Ranger1 Posts: 48
edited 10:44PM in EggHead Forum
O.k. ladies and gents, Ranger1 is ready to try a London Broil for supper tonight. It's small, 1.83 lbs., but I'd like to cook it up for about a 6 p.m. meal. Suggestions on meat prep., temps., times, etc. I want the meat to be well done; no red stuff! (My wife prefers it where a good vet can still save it!) Thanks in advance.. r1

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  • BluesnBBQBluesnBBQ Posts: 615
    Ranger1,[p]Tray marinating it in a bottle of guinness with some minced garlic. That's how I usally do London broil, and it always turns out excellent.[p]Rub it with some salt, black pepper and onion poweder and cook it like you would cook a steak (sear each side and let it simmer).

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
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    <p />Ranger1, London Broil was the 1st thing that I cooked on the BGE and the results were great. I started with "Mike's Dad's Salad Dressing / Marinade" found in the recipe/marinate section - dome temp of 700 degrees - 3 minutes per side - then closed down the vents - removed with an internal tem of 130 degrees. Outstanding![p]
  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Ranger1, Do the cook as described by Gfw or BluesNBBQ, put on a blind fold..let your wonderful wife slice and spoon feed you, and you will be whimpering for another bite. Conversion to medium rare is that simple..heeeeee.
    Cheers..C~W
    More sirloin tonight..marinating in (Killians Irish Red) since I was out of the super Gillian's..:-)[p]

  • Ranger1Ranger1 Posts: 48
    Char-Woody, Whimpering is a good thing and I can whimper with the best of em! Now if I can just find that blind fold..... Medium rare..does that mean the vet uses one extra bandage? Got to run fire up old smokey. I'll keep you guys posted. No pun intended. Thanks ww

  • Ranger1Ranger1 Posts: 48
    Gfw, Thanks for the help. I'll give it a shot now! r1

  • Ranger1Ranger1 Posts: 48
    Char-Woody, Call me a rebel but I'm steppin out on a limb. We have found this "steak seasoning," called "Dale's," and we have been using it with various things. I marinated the LB in this stuff for about 3 hours now. Hope I have not created a monster here, but this Dale's sauce is sooo good on everything else, I figured I'd give it a shot. This stuff is made in Alabama according to the bottle has been made for 50 years. Ever heard of it? r1

  • JJJJ Posts: 951
    Ranger1,
    Dale's is a great sauce and will do justice to the LB. You might want to try Moore's it has the same flavor with a less salty taste. It too is made here in Alabama.

  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Ranger1, No..but if you need my address?? Let me know how it goes..I have a small corner in my spice closet for one or two more additions :-)
    C~W

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    Ranger1, would you believe - I looked in the fridge and found a bottle of "Dales" steak sauce - I shared some beef jerky with a friend from Mississippi last time I made it and he sent a bottle of Dales Steak Sauce - we've never tried it - please let me know how it turns out.[p]
  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    Gfw,
    Please feel free to send me the bottle of Dales and I will return a report of how I liked it.[p]Tim -- I'll be watching the mail :]

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    Tim M, we can all have dreams! Maybe if I make it to EggFest2000 I'll bring it along - or at least the empty bottle!

  • Ranger1Ranger1 Posts: 48
    Gfw, Oh yes. It worked. See my most recent post. Thanks, r1

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    R1, in anticiations that it was as good as you stated, I used it for the marinate on my beef jerky - I'll post the results tomorrow - Jerky = 12 Hours Marinate & 12 Hours Cooking Time - have a great evening :-)

  • MarkMark Posts: 295
    JJ,
    The salty taste your refering to is MSG (fake flavoring).
    Mark

  • Ranger1, My momma fed me Dales from a bottle when she delivered me in the pea patch way back yonder. (Women were tough back then, and newborns had dirt in their hair) Dales is great, but a little on the salty side. If you can find it, get some Moore's Marinade. It is just as good with a little less salt. It's made in Birmingham which is the yankee part of Alabama. Moore's is the "Official Marinade of Talladega. If I have to explain what Talladega is about,,, just stick with A-1 and catsup.

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