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    How long do I broil a London Broil in the oven. I've marinated over night and don't want to ruin it. Do I put it on the top rack so it will be close to the broiling element or do I put it on a lower rack and broil ? The last one I cooked I over cooked it and it was tough. I want it medium rare any advice would be appreciated .
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    I would like to know this as well. I have never had much luck with London Broil.

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    Well, I'll add my name in on the list of people who want to know how to do a London Broil properly. I too have no luck in this department, when I swear I follow my friends (her London Broil ROCKS) recipe to the letter. One opinion I got from my hubby was my choice of cuts of meat--are there different cuts to London Broil and if so, what would be considered the 'better' cut???


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    I make a pretty good london broil. I marinate in teryaki overnight - piercing the meat so that the marinade penetrates. I sprinkkle with pepper only, and broil on high (approx 5-6 minutes) each side for medium rare. I then slice the meat into thin strips and serve, usually with sauted mushroom and onion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellie View Post
    I make a pretty good london broil. I marinate in teryaki overnight - piercing the meat so that the marinade penetrates. I sprinkkle with pepper only, and broil on high (approx 5-6 minutes) each side for medium rare. I then slice the meat into thin strips and serve, usually with sauted mushroom and onion.
    I make mine similiarly. I use Italian dressing as a marinade. I find to do well done without drying it out, I need to cook to rare in the oven on a low temp. I then drop it in the broiler for 5 minutes or so a side. Personally, I think London Broil is a cut that always tastes better on the rare side.

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    What cut of meat do you use? Isn't flank steak usually used for London Broil? LB is the name of a dish, not a cut of meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotncmom View Post
    What cut of meat do you use? Isn't flank steak usually used for London Broil? LB is the name of a dish, not a cut of meat.

    The cut is actually Top Round Roast. The one I buy anyway. My butcher told me both flank and round are cheaper cuts of meat and that's the cooking issue.

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