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    London Broil, the true classic recipe

    London Broil is a great outdoor summer steak and it is as easy as it comes.

    Flank Steak 3 lb average, when its on sale I buy it up.

    all you do is marinate it in Regular Kraft Catalina French Dressing for 24 hours. Not low fat.

    You grill the whole Flank to your desired temperature, cut into the middle of the flank if you do not have a great feel for steak temps and check.

    Once cooked throw it on your large cutting board with longer ends horizontally across your cutting board

    Best using a carving knife lay you knife almost flat against the flank and carve thin slices. Once I am done scrubbing my pool till my arms fall off I will post a video.

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    Re: London Broil, the true classic recipe

    Catalina is also what I use to marinate flanks and londons. Another one of my favs is to marinate shrimp and scallop kabobs In teriyaki sauce and toss them in a grill basket with some peppers and onions.
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    Re: London Broil, the true classic recipe

    Never marinated with Catalina. I'll have to try that!
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    Re: London Broil, the true classic recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Tedb
    Another one of my favs is to marinate shrimp and scallop kabobs In teriyaki sauce and toss them in a grill basket with some peppers and onions.
    Dittos to that. I've done the same thing and it turns out great!
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    Re: London Broil, the true classic recipe

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    Re: London Broil, the true classic recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Casey View Post
    Never marinated with Catalina. I'll have to try that!
    Count me in the "never used before" crowd.
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    Re: London Broil, the true classic recipe

    We have used Good Seasonings Italian salad dressing mix for a marinade. Now we are mostly going with rubs. However I agree London Broil is excellent on the grill.
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    Re: London Broil, the true classic recipe

    London Broil seems to be the only thing that goes on sale anymore around here.

    I like to marinade it overnight in a mix of soy, worcestershire, mustard, molasses, vegetable oil, and liquid smoke overnight.

    I prefer flank steak, but it is over $2 a pound more.

    I REALLY like hanger steak (onglet) but that is also pricey (and I don't marinate that, just grill, slice, and serve over pommes frite). A sprinkle of salt and pepper and you are good to go.

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