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Marinated a London broil with this recipe for about 3 hours in the fridge, then I pan seared it in my cast iron pan and placed it in the broiler for about 8 mins per side and it came out wonderful. I did add a couple additional ingredients to increase the flavors; I added red pepper flakes, dash of chili powder, dash of cayenne, and I didn't have accent so I just used seasoned salt, and a couple dashes of Worcestershire sauce also. Will be using this again as a wonderful base!

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Sheri Baby February 05, 2015

I have marinated the meat overnight and yet the flavors didn't come through. I did not have the Accent seasoning, however. I added a teaspoon of the italian seasoning, but clearly the substitution was not successful.

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liliya_99 October 11, 2008

YUMMY! I must admit that I was very surprised the bourbon wasn't strong since it was the majority of the marinade. I had Wild Turkey Honey in the house, and this is what I used. I used lower sodium soy, balsamic vinegar, a good olive oil, and since I didn't have the accent seasoning, I substituted just regular dry Italian seasoning. I had about a 1.5 lb London Broil and it marinated for around 6-8 hours in the fridge. I broiled the meat, and it was wonderful! Very juicy and moist and flavorful. After it came out and I let it rest, I sliced it up and just poured the leftover juice from slicing over the meat. I had 3 small pieces thinking I would have leftovers today, but my husband finished the whole broil off last night. I am definitely making this again with more meat so maybe I can make a salad the next day! Thanks for sharing! This is a great way to make a cheaper cut of meat taste extraordinary!

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CookingBlues July 11, 2008

tried this last month, doing it again tonight. It was not bourbon flavored at all -- just delicious! I didn't have accent either, but used italian herb combo from Mrs. Dash. very good!

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mommandant April 21, 2008

Yummy!!! Didn't have Accent but I did have Trader Joes 21 Salute Seasoning (which is really similar minus the MSG). I used 2 cloves of garlic because we LOVE garlic! And I used part balsamic and part white wine vinegar. We BBQed the London Broil- hubbie stole a bit while it was cooking "just to see if it was done", and came back in say, "What did you put on that?? It tastes great!!" I knew then I had a winner!! I boiled the leftover marinade for a few minutes and we ate the London sliced thin over salad with the marinade as a dressing.

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kda949 January 31, 2008

Husband tried it and LOVED it. Even the picky 14 year old asks for it. We don't make steak without this marinade.

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kitchen skraps December 16, 2007

To die for!!!! I was a little short on bourbon so I use beef broth to make up the difference & it was fine. We loved it & will make it again. I didn't have the time to let it marinade for the full 3 hours & it was still wonderful!

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Noah's Mama June 01, 2007

This one I was ify about. But thanks to pick a chef I am glad I chose to make this. This came out so much better than I thought it would. Sorry no left overs. We can see why this was a certain recipe that was handed down from generation to generation. Whats funny is I am not a found one with wisky except for in this. Excellant!!! A must try.

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