Monday, June 7, 2010

London Broil Marinade

While visiting my niece she made this
 for dinner one night
It was sooooo gd!

London Broil marinade 

For marinade: 
4 large garlic cloves -- minced 
4 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 
4 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 
3 tablespoons Dijon mustard 
1 1/2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 
1 tablespoon soy sauce 
1 teaspoon dried oregano -- crumbled 
1 teaspoon dried basil -- crumbled 
1 teaspoon dried thyme -- crumbled 
1/2 teaspoon dried hot red pepper flakes 
2/3 cup olive oil 
1 London broil -- (2 to 2 1/2 pound) 

To make marinade: In a bowl,

 whisk together marinade ingredients 
until combined well. Put London broil
 in a large resealable plastic bag 
and pour marinade over it. Seal bag,
 pressing out excess air, and set
 in a shallow dish. Marinate meat,
 chilled, turning bag once or twice
the marinade, discarded the marinade,
 and pat the meat dry. 


  1. Jo,that sounds scrumptious! Thank you so much for the recipe, will have to try that soon!


  2. Yum...this sounds good...I think I'd like it on hamburgers as well. Thanks :}

  3. Looks great! I love London Broil

  4. That London broil looks great! And your recipe sounds delicious. I am always glad for guidance when it comes to using herbs. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Sounds good. How long do you marinade it??

  6. Jo, If you look on my menu for this week you will see a very similar marinade. Your neice uses more herbs than I do, but this is my "go to" marinade and dressing. You posted a real winner! And your london broil looks luscious!
    Yvonne @ StoneGable

  7. I'm eager to try this recipe. How long do you let the meat marinate?


  8. London broil is a real favorite at our house...especially during grilling season! I am going to try this marinade soon! Thanks for posting!


  9. Nothing better than a good marinade and a grilled steak. Thanks for sharing this. I'm going to try it this weekend and think it would be terrific with pork and chicken too.

  10. this is soooo good!! thank you for linking up and for linking up!!

  11. Your recipe sounds great! London broil is my favorite type of steak. I would recommend trying grass fed Black Angus beef when cooking your london broil steak. It is absolutely delicious and a healthier option. I work with La Cense Beef and because our beef is 100% grass fed it is higher in omega 3 acids and lower in calorie and fat as opposed to traditional grain fed beef. Try grass fed Black Angus Beef and you will be able to taste an even bigger difference!