How to Rub and Grill a London Broil

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Follow this simple recipe and you’ll be surprised just how tasty and tender the London broil can be! 

Things You’ll Need:

  • London broil steak (usually top round)
  • KC Masterpiece dry seasoning
  • garlic powder
  • black pepper
  • Gas grill or charcoal grill 

Step 1  

Sprinkle the KC Masterpiece dry seasoning, garlic powder, and black pepper on each side of the meat and gently, but firmly rub the seasonings in.

Step 2

Place the meat in a large zip lock bag or cover it with plastic wrap on a plate and refrigerate for an hour or two.

Step 3

If you’re using a gas grill then heat your grill on high for a couple of minutes then set the flame to medium-low. When using a charcoal grill let the charcoal burn until the coals are glowing and have a white appearance. The idea here is to get the inside of the meat to cook without burning the outside.

For additional taste you can try adding a few pieces of hickory, maple, or apple wood that have been pre-soaked in water. This will give it a nice mild smoky flavor!

Step 4

Place your London on the grill and cook for 8 to 10 minutes on each side. Occasionally check to make sure the meat is not burning.

Step 5

Cut your London broil diagonally across the grain in thin slices. An electric knife works well for this task, but is not necessary. Serve and enjoy!

Remember that the pieces of meat at each end of a London broil steak will get done sooner than the center piece. Don’t be afraid to make a small cut in the center of the meat to check it. The meat should be pink and juicy, but not “fleshy”.

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