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London broil

post #1 of 13
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London broil was on sale at the store, how should i cook it... grill or indirect?

i want to cook it like a big ole steak!!
post #2 of 13
My favorite way is to sear it in the hot grill, then rub it, then smoke it to about 140...Slice thin against the grain..mmm good..Happy smokes !!
post #3 of 13
Yep-REB i always grill em.Back then iwould marinate in a red wine/garlic deal and grill it.Have not seen good deals here for long time and would be a toss up between jerky or grilled.Meat stores are sure strange-for years-10 years ago some beauty londons and nothin for 5 years at least.
post #4 of 13
I like to marinade in MoJo Crillo overnight then smoke to 140 and slice thin after a rest in the cooler. Sometimes I pin some bacon on and other times I don't
post #5 of 13
That sounds excellent.Learn something everyday!!!!I sure wish we could get londons at a reasonable price.Definetly has to be cut like brisket across grain for tenderness.
post #6 of 13
I used to marinade them in Itailian dressing and then grill it to med and cut it up for fajitos or just thin slices and then maybe jerky or something.
post #7 of 13
Definitely some mojo crillio for the marinade. I usually think about removing it around 135ยบ. Slice it thin.

post #8 of 13
that looks nice
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post #9 of 13
Been there and done that... good tip my friend.
post #10 of 13
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ok a little late but heres the london broil pic, sorry i only got one pic

i seared it over a medium hot fire for 5 mins per side then indirect for another 10-15 mins...it was great will do this again!!! ( since i have 3 more in the freezer icon_smile.gif)

post #11 of 13
This is what I do as well. I marinate it the night before or inject it as well. My father lives with me and likes his meat well done, so I don't cook these as much as I like, because I like my london broil to be medium.
post #12 of 13
How long does it typically take to get it to 140 on the smoker?
post #13 of 13
Hey Fad, It really depends on the thickness of it and how long u sear..Plus the smoker temp..I just always do mine to temp--- 135-140 range.. And marinating them is also really good too.....
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