The Most Tender London Broil

Do you want the Most Tender and Juiciest London Broil this Summer? I have the perfect recipe for you. Combining our Secret Marinade and Cooking Technique you can not go wrong! This recipe is one of the Best London Broil Recipes we have made to date. The Flavor alone was a win-win situation!

Most #Tender London Broil 2014We have all been known to pick up that London Broil which is on at our local grocer pondering …Should I get this today? It’s on sale… We all almost quickly place it back down thinking … Uh maybe not after the last one I made. What happened? For some it’s it was so tough they could not chew it. For others, it was not cooked to their liking. Either way, we have all been down that rocky path of the on sale London Broil experience. So today we are going to nip it in the bud!

A combination of Olive Oil, Pineapple Juice, White Rice Vinegar, Soy Sauce, Honey, Minced Garlic, and Minced ginger all work together in unison to not only speed up marinade time but enhance the flavor! Pineapples and the juice have been used for centuries to Quickly marinade meats! It works so fast you do not need to marinade for long periods! As a matter of fact if you leave it too long it almost works too well! You will want to keep your marinade time at 30-45 minutes! How fast is that?

Ingredients

 

Directions 

  1. Place London Broil in a rectangular glass dish . Pour recipe for Best Quick Beef Marinade over meat. Place in refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  2. Bring the London Broil to room temperature before grilling. Remove London Broil from Quick marinade, remove any of the excess marinade by letting it drip off. Season both sides well with Hand Blended Steak Seasoning.  
  3. Place on a preheated grill on an oiled rack set 5 to 6 inches over hot coals, 7 to 9 minutes on each side for medium-rare. Transfer London Broil to a cutting board and let stand 15-20 minutes.
  4. Holding a knife at an angle, cut London Broil across the grain. You will want to keep slices fairly thin.

Notes
Best Beef Marinade contains pineapple juice. Pineapple juice contains, an enzyme found mostly in the pineapple’s stem Bromelain. Not only will Bromelain degrade the meat’s tough fibers, it can cause the meats to become pulp like. You will not want to marinade for long periods. 45 minutes is more than sufficient.

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16 comments

  1. After seeing what’s in this marinade, it’s pretty obvious why this is the most tender London broil, and likely the most flavorful as well! Great recipe and one that I will be giving a try!

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  2. Looks so delicious, it’s exactly how we like our London Broil. I love your delicious marinade using pineapple which I will definitely try this weekend when we usually make a London Broil. Pinned/shared.

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  3. You know I have heard about the baking soda before, and let me tell you it was an epic fail for taste. I have heard Pineapple and Papaya Juice are great for marinading. I am also glad you disclosed what would happen if marinaded too long. I don’t think people understand that pineapple can really work a number on meat if not used for short times.

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    • I don’t think it’s a well known fact that the power of pineapple is priceless! Best Beef Marinade contains pineapple juice. Pineapple juice contains, an enzyme found mostly in the pineapple’s stem Bromelain. Not only will Bromelain degrade the meat’s tough fibers, it can cause the meats to become pulp like. You will not want to marinade for long periods. 45 minutes is more then sufficient.

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    • Yes because of the enzymes and acidity in the Pineapple Juice, you do not have to marinade long periods. If one would actually marinade for 2 or more hours the meat actually suffers a breakdown and becomes pulp like.

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