Marinated London Broil
MARINATED LONDON BROIL
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|2 lb||london broil|
|1 c||soy sauce|
|3 Tbsp||worchestire sauce|
|2 Tbsp||lemon juice|
|1/2 tsp||garlic powder|
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Member Since Oct 2011
I love this cut of meat. So many family members say this cut always comes out tough for them, but they love mine. It's a real family favorite, and so easy. Many see the word broil and think it has to be broiled, but I bake mine in the oven.
Place meat on a cutting board, score about 1/2 inch into roast in a crisscross pattern. Flip roast over and score other side about 1/2 inch into roast in a crisscross pattern.
In a large ziploc bag or dish, mix all other ingredients to make marinate. Place meat in marinate. I like using the ziploc bag because it makes it easy to pick it up, mix it around, and make sure all of the meat is covered. If using a dish, make sure all of the meat gets soaked.
Allow to marinate a minimum of 3 hours. I will even let mine soak over night.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Remove meat from marinate. Discard the marinate. Place roast in a shallow baking dish. Cover with foil, venting one corner.
Allow to bake in oven approximately 1 hour, until cooked to desired wellness.
Remove roast from oven and allow to sit for 10 minutes. When slicing, slice in very thin strips, against the grain. Enjoy.