I rarely cook Steak or London Broil, however, I desired it when I saw a nice piece while shopping recently. London Broil always tasted so delicious if it marinates 12 - 24 hours before cooking.
Marinade for London Broil
Chop onion and garlic into small pieces and place in bowl. Add about a teaspoon of softened butter. Add the rest of the ingredients and stir. If it looks too dry, add a bit more olive oil.
Score meat as shown in video. Place meat in a tupperware that has a tight cover. Pour marinade over meat. Turn meat over so marinade is on both side. Cover tightly and refrigerate. Every so often take tupperware out and turn upside down and shake up and down and side to side. Place back in refrigerator and repeat. Allow meat to marinate 12 - 24 hours.
Cook on the barbecue or in the broiler. Serve with the sides of your choice. Come back tomorrow to see how I cook and what sides I serve.
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