This was good. We did add some 6 pepper seasoning on it too though. It was not very peppery.
Very good, increased the pepper flakes and added black pepper. Served with roasted red potatoes and broccoli. Well received by all, miracle in itself.
This was delicious. Ended up marinating for about 30 hours as I intended to cook it the night before but something came up. We grilled 4 minutes per side, and it was fabulous! Great flavor - the best london broil I've ever made.
This is a great tasting marinade. I will be making this again. Thanks for the recipe.
The first time that I have ever made London Broil, and had everyone "Ooing and Awing." This is the best recipe for London Broil ever. I marinated it a little more than 24 hours. Just remember that with London Broil you need to cut it at an angle - with blade nearly horizontal - then this Broil will melt in your mouth!
So, SO fast and simple, very tasty! Next time (there will definitely be a next time!) I will marinate for at least 8 hours and add a touch more red pepper. I grilled it for 8-10 minutes on each side, the thick end was med-rare for me and the thin end was well-done for my husband! Slicing is important w/ london broil: diagonally across the grain with knife almost flat against the top of the cut of meat to make thin, broad slices (I usually go for about 1/4-inch thick).
My husband brought home a London Broil from the store, and he asked that I find a marinade for it. This was an easy one to put together, with ingredients I had on hand. Despite the name, though, I didn't find it "peppery". The prominent flavor is the Worcestershire sauce. Though not really peppery, we did like this marinade with the London Broil--it did work well after marinating the meat for about 4 hours. Thanks for sharing.
SOOOOO Wonderful! Our family enjoyed it so much. I also made some extra marinade with the addition of some sauteed onions and kept it warm to serve with the london broil. The meat was so tasty and juicy even without the extra au jus. We are definitely having this recipe again!
this was an amazing london broil! all they carried at the grocery store was a 2lb flank, so i made adjustments where necessary, and it was absolutely fantastic! very, very moist and tender. i like my steak well done, so after i had cut up the flank for my other guests (they had theirs medium-rare) i put my slices back into the oven for a few more minutes (at 450 instead of broil), and it didn't get tough at all! i don't even like red meat/steak very much and i went back for seconds. :) you've made a carnivore out of me,thedancingcook and i appreciate it very much!!! (i broiled mine for 7-9 mins on each side and left the oven door open a bit while it cooked. it seemed to do good when the rack was in the very middle, so as to not burn the outside of the flank. for the more well done pieces, i lowered the temp to 450 and cooked an additional 3-5 mins.) again, yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy recipe, and thank you! :)
Great marinade! I followed the recipe as posted. My steak was juicy and not overly seasoned. Thanks for your help and recipe. This is a keeper.