I let the London Broil marinate about 12 hours and it was absolutely delicious! The flavors were outstanding.
marinated London Broil
Place London Broil onto a broiling pan. Be sure to spread the marinate evenly. Broil to taste. I like my meat well done, so I broil a bit longer than many.
I served with a side of spaghetti squash and string beans. My mom had sent over a big bowl of meatballs in sauce. There were two large meatballs left in some sauce so I crushed them up to make a meat sauce for the spaghetti squash and put up a small pot with extra sauce. It came out absolutely exquisite.
I added a side of string beans with butter and called it a meal!
The entire meal took about a half hour to put together. It's a quick and easy meal when one doesn't want to spend hours in the kitchen, yet wants something tasty and satisfying.
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Marinade for London Broil
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