Marinated London Broil Steak is easy to grill at home in 14 minutes. Flavored with garlic, it’s tasty.
Don here. We have a new grill. After 12 years and 3 rebuilds, I thought it was time for a new grill. So I began studying the current gas grill technology and settled on a CharBroil Infrared, three burner model. It’s an infrared grill, which means the food is not exposed to the flame so, in theory, the food retains more of the natural juices. And it cooks hotter so the outside sears, quickly locking in those delicious juices.
Being supportive of our local farming community we bought locally grown, grass fed beef this year. Lois found a London broil cut in the freezer and we decided to try it as the first beef cooked on the new grill. I’m delighted with the purchase and the results of our first steak on the grill. I’ll use an instant read thermometer until I get used to cooking on the infrared grill. Food cooks faster.
What You Need
For this recipe, you need measuring cups and spoons, a wire whisk, bowl, casserole dish with a cover, an outdoor grill or an indoor grill, a good knife and a cutting board. I like a cutting board that is specifically designed for meat.
Marinated London Broil Steak Recipe
London Broil Steak
Garlic and oil flavor this grilled steak.
- 15-16 oz London broil cut steak
- 1/4 cup Olive oil
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 1/4 teaspoon Salt
- 1/4 teaspoon Pepper
Marinate & Refrigerate
Put the oil, garlic, salt and pepper in a bowl and whisk until well blended.
Pour half the marinade into a flat casserole dish that is big enough to hold the steak.
Place the steak on top of the marinade in the casserole dish. Pour the remaining marinade over the steak.
Cover the dish and refrigerate for at least one hour.
Let Come to Room Temperature
30-45 minutes before grilling time, remove the marinating steak from the refirgerator.
Turn the meat over in the dish to make sure it is fully coated with the marinade.
Grill & Rest Meat
Cook the meat over a hot grill until done to your liking. We cook it about 7 minutes a side, which makes it cooked "medium to medium rare."
Remove the steak from the heat and let it stand for a few minutes; then slice it across the grain and serve with a starch and vegetables.
Note: If you are using an indoor grill, cut the cooking time in half because this type of grill cooks both sides at the same time.
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Recipe Nutrition Information
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