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A warm breeze, the tantalizing smell of grilled meat, the sunshine on your face. Is there anything better than a summer cook-out? This is an occasion best experienced with friends and family, which means a lot of mouths to feed. Steak is always a crowd-pleaser, and you’re going to want to select a larger cut like a London Broil or flank steak to fill those stomachs. We carry pre-marinated Burgundy London Broil, ready for immediate grilling.
You’ll be tempted to invite the entire neighborhood to show off your grilling skills with these recipes:
Flank Steak Recipes
1) Grilled Korean Flank Steak with Spicy Cucumber Salad
Delish‘s Korean marinade recipe is anything but typical. Sweetness found through honey and sugar, and spice from Sriracha are masterfully combined for the marinade, cucumber salad dressing, and sauce for drizzling on the cooked steak. Plate the steak after letting it rest and garnish with scallions.
2) Grilled Flank Steak with Chimichurri
A good homemade chimichurri adds a freshness and zing to grilled meats, and Skinny Taste promises plenty of zing with the self-proclaimed “best” homemade chimichurri recipe out there. First, the flank steak is prepared with a dry rub made with garlic powder, cumin, and oregano, with salt and pepper to taste. After grilling, let the steak rest and transfer to a cutting board. Slice the meat across grain, top with the chimichurri, and prepare to be satisfied.
3) Bourbon Marinated Flank Steak
This Bourbon-Marinated recipe is adapted from Garlic & Zest‘s old family recipe, and is one of their favorite meals. Bourbon and packed brown sugar mix beautifully with soy sauce, olive oil and herbs to add a sweet and mellow flavor to the steak. The longer you marinade, the more the taste will penetrate the beef. Let the marinade juices really soak in by letting the steak rest before slicing and serving.
London Broil Recipes
1) Grilled Marinated London Broil – Madness Style
You’ll go mad for this “Madness Style” London Broil recipe from Chili Pepper Madness. The boom-factor comes straight from the homemade chili paste. This is a steak marinade for heat lovers, the level of which depends entirely on the selected chili pepper. Combine the chili paste with the rest of the ingredients to make the marinade, rub into the steak, and refrigerate six hours to overnight before grilling.
2) Grilled Marinated London Broil
In this recipe, The Creative Life in Between shows how fresh ingredients make for a flavorful marinade. Fresh garlic, basil, and lemons are whisked with balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and Worcestershire sauce to make a marinade that will enhance and tenderize the meat. Slip the beef into a resealable plastic bag with the sauce and turn over one to two times over an eight hour period before grilling.
3) Grilled London Broil with Corn Salsa
Summer is only here for another month, so it’s important to take the time to savor the flavor of it. Cilantro, corn, and tomato are brought together in Nutmeg Nanny‘s recipe to complement a herb dry-rubbed London Broil. The dry-rub is extremely simple, with only three ingredients. The grilled beef serves as the perfect base for the colorful topping. The salsa is extremely tasty, so you may want to make extra for all your guests.
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