Recipe by Stella
"A zesty and flavorful summertime favorite. This recipe should marinate a 1 to 1 1/2 pound cut. Triple the recipe for four pounds."
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1 1/2 pounds
top round, London Broil cut
chopped fresh parsley
Skipped the MSG, used olive oil instead of vegetable oil, used red wine vinegar instead of terragon vinegar. Marinated for 4 nights. Cooked out on the grill. All I can say is WOW!!! Fabulous!! Even the kids were fighting over the last piece. Will make this one again and again!!
I may be one of the few people on here to give this two stars, but this just wasn't very good. London broil is a tough meat, so first off you really need to marinate it for at least 24 hours. I usually marinate it 48 hours which is what I did with this particular marinade. I used olive oil instead of veg. oil (personal perference) and since I didn't have tarragon vinegar, used a mix of tarragon and white wine vinegar (as that's a bit on the mild side). Well, with all that having been done I must say the taste just wasn't there. I'm not sure if it was an incorrect mix of herbs and spices or if the meat tenderizer (something I normally don't use) threw it off, but I definitely won't make this again...
I altered the recipe by broiling the meat in the oven, then topping the broiled, sliced meat with a red wine/mushroom sauce. Absolutly wonderful!
This recipe is great!! London Broil's are traditionally tough cuts but this recipe eliminates that. I follow everything exact (generally use gas grill though) except I grill about 6 or 7 minutes per side...if it's a larger cut I'll wrap it in foil for about 10 minutes after grilling...this will help leave it medium in the middle and medium well on the edges for those that like it more done.
Thanks for the recipe!!
My boyfriend must always have his london broil marinated in Mustard. I stuck this recipe into the Kitchen, Skeptical at first, we were both taking By surprise, It is amazing. I have Impressed my parents, grill master brother, and even my "mother in-law".
I did make some slight changes Though:
I have made this several Times and only marinate for 20-45 min. and it still comes out amazing.
I cut out the seasoning salt and just used meat tenderizer, which is saltly anyway.
I also up the tarragon vinegar to almost half the oil, and used olive oil.
I broil the steak for about 6-7minutes a side for mid-rare.
You must go out and but Tarragon Vinegar for this recipe, it's worth your time
I usually hate to rate a recipe that I have personally altered (what's the point of rating something you have changed), but I have to this time because it really was a great recipe!!! I, like others, left out the MSG...didn't have any...and didn't have any tarragon vinegar. Instead of the tarragon vinegar I added the same about of vinegar and through in a tsp of dried tarragon. The flavor was wonderful and I had lots of compliments on this recipe. I would recommend this to anyone. :)
This marinade is distinct and unusual for beef and it is FABULOUS! We grilled on our gas grill and without coals it was hard to tell how long to cook. We cooked for the advised time and the meat was rare, I think 8-9 minutes on both sides would probably be more of a medium. Very good, will definitely make this again!!
This is such a tasty marinade! We loved it! It has become a weekly staple in our household. I love how there's nothing really special to purchase for the recipe, mainly just pantry items and ingredients that are always in the fridge. You must try this marinade on chicken as well.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 292
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