Grilled London Broil. Next, preheat your grill to medium heat, so that the meat will sear, but not dry out. This Grilled London Broil is juicy and flavorful and cooks in just a matter of minutes. Making shallow cuts on each side of the meat helps it cook up just right and lets the flavor of the marinade really get into the meat.
A thin cut can be direct grilled. But for a thicker cut, I prefer a two-zone fire: Sear the meat on the hottest part of the grill grate, then move it to the cooler side of the grill to finish cooking. But, when you treat a London broil like a regular steak—cooked medium rare, either grilled or pan-seared and butter-basted with salt and pepper or dry-rubbed with your favorite spice mix—it. You can cook Grilled London Broil using 4 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Grilled London Broil
- You need 1 of London Broil.
- Prepare 1 of pepper to taste.
- You need 2 tbsp of mustard.
- It’s 1 1/2 cup of Worchester Sauce.
Rub garlic mixture into both sides of the meat. Put London broil in a large resealable plastic bag and pour marinade over it. Seal bag, pressing out excess air, and set in a shallow dish. Marinate meat, chilled, turning bag once or twice.
Grilled London Broil instructions
- Spread mustard on both sides of roast.
- Pepper beef to liking.
- place roast into plastic ziplock bag.
- marinate roast 1 hour or up to overnite.
- Clean grill & spray rack with cooking spray.
- heat grill on high.
- place roast on grill DO NOT TOUCH FOR AT LEAST 5 MINUTES.
- turn roast on a 45° angle cook for 3-5 min..
- Flip add cook otherside same way..
- remove roast & let rest for 15 minutes..
- slice thin. enjoy;).
Turn the bag at least once during that time to make sure all of the sides of. This grilled London Broil is easy and much more budget-friendly than individual steaks for the whole family. I purchase London broil anytime I find it on sale, wrap it in freezer paper then pop it in the freezer. This was Sunday dinner with large baked potatoes and salad. Prepare the grill to cook the London broil over direct heat.