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I don't usually think of using london broil in this way but this recipe worked great! I made as posted and it was very easy. A very good basic meal. Thanks for posting! Made for PAC Fall 2011.

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Lvs2Cook October 17, 2011

I was about to throw my "2 for the price of 1" London Broil in a baking bag, with potatoes, carrots, onions and a little red wine, when I realized we almost always do that. Decided to try this, so cut a large red potato in long quarters and stuffed them around the sides. Since my casserole was BARELY large enough, I put an old pan on the bottom rack to catch the drips. This was a good combination of flavors and an easy prep. I just have to think of it earlier in the day !!

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NurseJaney March 28, 2006

My family loved this and the only thing said was they wished the drippings had made gravy.. next time I will add some liquid to the mix...

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debbie n. May 24, 2005

Excellent and so easy. Love the extra gravy for mashed potatoes or other side. I would watch the cooking time. I only cooked for 2 1/4 hours at 325 and it was a little too done for me. I will definately make again though.

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mooch95 February 19, 2005
London Broil