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London broil is a sadly all too often neglected cut of meat, but with the right marinade (and a little patience for it to do its work), you can have a tender, savory main course that goes well with a variety of sides and juicy extras. This Marinated London Broil makes for a great, hearty meal with the family; expand it, and you have a gourmet main dish for a larger party.
Mother often cooked London broil for supper when she wanted to serve a hearty, beef-based meal that made plenty of leftovers. Serving everyone a few slices of London broil meant no having to fuss over individual steaks for everyone and plenty more room on the plate for all the sides and extras that she wanted to make with it. Leftover slices of London broil also make for good sandwiches the next day, particularly if you cook some onions and mushrooms to go with it.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food.com.
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Quick tip: Leftovers will make incredible lunch sandwiches!