London Broil Marinade
Black Angus (gasp) is on sale for $1.97/lb this week. I figured I throw a few on the grill.
I'm looking for a new marinade as only the "twin pack" is on sale.
I was going to just hang it in the kitchen and tenderize it myself, , but I figured I'd give all you future chefs a shot. Lots of good ideas here.
Low sodium if you can, thanks.
Last edited by Jah Rulez; 04-22-2008 at 01:51 PM.
I'd be interested in hearing as well. Isn't it tough to make a tender London Broil?
And BTW, what happened to the times when they used to have London Broil on sale for $.97 lb.? I haven't seen that in at least 2 years.
Last edited by uncledaddy; 04-22-2008 at 04:32 PM.
it's kind of hard to make a tenderizing marinade without using salt and vinegar, but papaya does the trick as well..I'd mix ground papaya with a bit of vinegar, garlic, brown sugar, and black pepper and see what happens..throw in some basil, oregano, thyme or whatever you have handy..then grill it up.
Thanks, Obby. Gonna try that next time. Last time I grilled a London Broil, it was tougher than my Justin Ropers.
Originally Posted by oblongmelon
Sorry, JR, not trying to hijack your thread.
Marinade 24 hours in the fridge in a solution of:
- One sixteen ounce can of cheap beer
- A couple of tablespoons of Mrs. Dash
- A half-bottle of your favorite worcestershire sauce.
Cook London Broil s-l-o-w over indirect heat - light one side of the gas grill, put the meat on the cold side on the upper rack, bake until the edges are crisp...
Slice it thin ACROSS the grain with a very sharp knife when done and "rested"...
Last edited by mechmike0034; 04-25-2008 at 08:54 PM.
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