London broil is a tasty form of preparation for a lean, tougher cut of meat, such as a flank steak. London broil is pan-cooked for a brief amount of time so that the meat is medium rare. Overcooking causes the meat to toughen.
Marinate the steak for two to three hours up to overnight in your refrigerator. Pour the marinade into a resealable bag. Add the steak. Shake once or twice to ensure the marinade fully covers the steak.
Grill the steak on high for three minutes on each side. Turn the grill down to medium and cook each side for another three minutes. Average temperature inside the steak should be 125 to 145 degrees Fahrenheit.
Wait five to 10 minutes before cutting the steak. If you cut too soon, all of the juices will run out of the steak, leaving you with a dry piece of meat.
Slice the beef thinly at an angle and against the grain to make the tougher cut of meat easier to chew.
How to Grill Beef Medallions
How Long to Bake a Strip Steak for ...
How to Slice Round Steak for Jerky
How to Cook Cowboy Cut Ribeye
Slow Cooking an Eye of the Round Steak ...
How to Cook Kobe Steaks
How to Get Skirt Steak Tender
How to Cook Pan Fried Deer Tenderloin
How to Cook Dry Aged Steak
How to Convection Roast a Brisket
How to Pan Cook a Sirloin to Medium-Well
How to Cook Boneless Top Chuck Steak in ...
How to Make a Juicy Pork Tenderloin
How Hot Should a Grill Be for Steaks?
How to Cook Angus Beef Steak
How to Make Pan-Seared Baked Steak
How to Cook a Steak on Grill Pan and ...
How to Broil Filet Mignon Wrapped in ...
How Long to Cook Steak at 150 Degrees ...
How to Cook Moose Steaks
- Slice the beef on an angle that is against the grain.
This article was written by the CareerTrend team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information. To submit your questions or ideas, or to simply learn more about CareerTrend, contact us [here](http://careertrend.com/about-us).