Julie's London Broil (Marinated Flank Steak)

"Finally found the original recipe! Fixed as of November 2014"
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Ready In:
8hrs 10mins




  • Lightly score meat on top and bottom.
  • Mix marinade and soak meat for several hours, then barbecue.
  • 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.

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  1. Joanne K.
    ((Cooking instructions were not given can we please have this.)) THANK YOU SO MUCH...I lost this recipe for decades- now I can make it right!!!
  2. Cristi K.
    I have been making this for a long time now. On the grill or in the oven it is an excellent recipe. The meat comes out very tender. My husband loves it so much I finally stopped buying anything but Flank to do this recipe. I also add a little sriracha because we both like a little spice. Thank you for this recipe it is wonderful!
  3. Amanda
    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!
  4. Boomette
    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.
  5. diner524
    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!!!


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