Recipe by ROBYN050501
"London broil is grilled with spices and topped with a rich bleu cheese butter for an extraordinary taste! This is my original recipe - I hope you like it!"
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crumbled blue cheese
coarsely ground black pepper
ground cayenne pepper
1 (2 pound)
beef flank steak
olive oil, divided
Hubby adores bleu cheese, so I had a feeling this would be a winner! I chose to score and marinade my london broil in McCormick's Montreal Steak grilling sauce, which is my favorite way of preparing london broil....so easy and so tasty. Also, I broil the steak for about 10 min. per side instead of grilling. The bleu cheese butter really made it though!! I made the butter a few hours ahead of time so it could sit in the fridge and "blend". Very robust flavor! My husband loved it, he brought the leftovers to work today for lunch, which is always a sure sign of a keeper recipe. Thanks for the post!
The Bleu cheese butter is of course delicious, but do yourself a favor and buy a flank steak. The London Broil is so much tougher than a flank steak.
We have made this twice now both times with sirloin steak. The rub is incredible and the bleu cheese butter is to die for. The combination is great and adding the chives is a definite. I will make sure to do this with other cuts of meat.
What a great taste! I have made this about 6 times so far and have found that it's best to put on the rub, then leave the meat to rest for about 30 minutes before grilling. I tried it once without the wait time, and was less satisfied with the results. Also-- use good bleu cheese for best results!
Made this last night with cuts of sirloin instead of london broil (was cheaper at the store)! Fantastic! Even my husband, who is iffy about bleu cheese, loved it! We thought it may have been better with some sort of marinade, but was great and juicy without it! We cooked the meat on a grill pan on top of the stove- medhi heat, 4 mins on each side and got a gorgeous medium rare, which is what both of us like (with 1 inch thick cuts). Try this!!
Everbody loves this recipe. I make a bleu cheese sauce by melting the butter and bleu cheese together and adding some heavy cream. Sometimes I'll add some Merlot or Cabernet to make a bleu cheese/wine sauce. The rub is great and the sauce smooths it all out.
This was so delicious. I had a taste for red meat (london broil in particular), and this satisfied my pregnant craving!!! The bleu cheese butter was an excellent addition to the meat...made it spectacular. I microwaved the bleu cheese/butter/chive mixture for about 15 seconds on high b/c I wanted to serve it warm on the meat. Freeze dried chives work just as well as fresh chives. Also, I rubbed the meat down with garlic pepper, which made this especially flavorful. I will be adding this to the rotation!
This is excellent!! It definately added a kick to the steak. I also put it in my mashed potatoes and boy that gave them tons of flavor!! I think it would be great on any veggie too.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Kickin' London Broil with Bleu Cheese Butter
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 142
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