Julie's London Broil (Marinated Flank Steak)

Total Time
8hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 8 hrs

Finally found the original recipe! Fixed as of November 2014

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Lightly score meat on top and bottom.
  2. Mix marinade and soak meat for several hours, then barbecue.
  3. NOTE: I removed the 1/8 t kosher salt after the reviews, although I suspect those reviewers probably used regular soy sauce rather than the low sodium as listed. When I use the Italian dressing, I don't use the kosher salt, but if I use olive oil, I do use it.
Most Helpful

Very good! I used regular soy sauce & I used Olive oil. I sprinkled with kosher salt after baking at 375 degrees for 45 mins... Cooked perfectly. My new recipe!

~~**Amanda**~~ July 04, 2009

I did half the recipe. And omitted the salt and pepper. I used homemade soy sauce (no sodium) and worcestershire sauce. I used Italian dressingn and for half it requested 4 garlic clove but I used 2. I omitted the lime juice cause I didn't think it would change a lot (2 drops is not enough). Thanks Puppitypup. Made for Zaar Star Game.

Boomette May 12, 2008

I made this for our Sunday night dinner along with potatoes and corn on the cob. I liked that this marinade was so simple to throw together, no cutting or dicing. I scored the steak and then added the kosher salt and pepper. I choose the the olive oil option as I knew that it also had the lime juice, but didn't realize it was only 4 drops, which you couldn't tell was in the marinade. Between the kosher salt, soy sauce and worcestershire sauce this was very, very salty, and DH and DS only ate a couple of bites. I would use the Italian dressing and decrease both the soy and worcestershire sauces next time. Thanks for posting puppitypup!!!

diner524 January 28, 2008