London Broil with Garlic Red Wine Sauce – 25 minutes

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London Broil with Garlic Red Wine Sauce – It’s easy! Let’s do it!

First thing take the meat out of the fridge to get as close to room temp as possible before you put it on the stovetop grill or outdoor grill or in the skillet. Chop up the garlic. Don’t put any salt on the meat until just before you grill it. Salt will draw out water and make the cooked steak dryer. Set the grill or pan at medium high and spray or wipe it with olive oil. When it’s heated up salt and pepper the London Broil and set it on the grill.

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Put a small skillet on at medium and add the butter and the chopped garlic.

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As soon as the garlic starts to sizzle add the red wine, salt and pepper. Stir it all up and simmer it until the wine has reduced and gotten as thick YOU want it. If it is done before the meat is ready to serve just lower the burner to as low as it can go and scoot the pan off center a little.

Cook the London Broil 3 – 6 minutes a side depending on the thickness and how well done that you like it.

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Before you slice it let it rest in a dish, that will catch the drippings, for at least 5 minutes. Before you slice the meat look at the side of the steak and notice that the grain runs on an angle. Slice on an angle opposite to the grain. This will make the slices more tender and chewable.

 

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When you and your gang have different needs as far as how well done they like it you could cook the whole steak rare and for any of the folks that want it more well done just leave the grill or pan on at medium and put the slices that need to be more well done on the grill for a little bit.

Top off the slices with the sauce and enjoy your London Broil with Garlic Red Wine Sauce. We had some Spinach Salad with Caesar salad dressing some garlic bread and some Chianti. Life is good.

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Prep Time 10 minutes
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Instructions
  1. First thing take the meat out of the fridge to get as close to room temp as possible before you put it on the stovetop grill or outdoor grill or in the skillet. Chop up the garlic. Don't put any salt on the meat until just before you grill it. Salt will draw out water and make the cooked steak dryer. Set the grill or pan at medium high and spray or wipe it with olive oil. When it's heated up salt and pepper the London Broil and set it on the grill.
  2. Put a small skillet on at medium and add the butter and the chopped garlic. As soon as the garlic starts to sizzle add the red wine, salt and pepper. Stir it all up and simmer it until the wine has reduced and gotten as thick YOU want it. If it is done before the meat is ready to serve just lower the burner to as low as it can go and scoot the pan off center a little.
  3. Cook the London Broil 3 - 6 minutes a side depending on the thickness and how well done that you like it. Before you slice it let it rest in a dish, that will catch the drippings, for at least 5 minutes. Before you slice the meat look at the side of the steak and notice that the grain runs on an angle. Slice on an angle opposite to the grain. This will make the slices more tender and chewable.
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  4. When you and your gang have different needs as far as how well done they like it you could cook the whole steak rare and for any of the folks that want it more well done just leave the grill or pan on at medium and put the slices that need to be more well done on the grill for a little bit.
  5. Top off the slices with the sauce and enjoy your London Broil with Garlic Red Wine Sauce. We had some Spinach Salad with Caesar salad dressing some garlic bread and some Chianti. Life is good.
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London Broil Steak with Red Wine Balsamic Sauce

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You can make your London Broil Steak with or without the marinade. You can get the steak in the marinade before you leave in the morning or if you have some time before supper you could give it an hour or two. Or, you could just charge on without the marinade. We’ve done it like that and it’s still real good.

If you do it with the marinade, put the London Broil Steak in a gallon sized zip lock. Add 1/4 cup red wine, 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar, 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil, 1 teaspoon garlic powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon black pepper, 1 pinch red pepper flakes and 1 teaspoon dried basil. Close the bag and shake it all together. Unzip the bag a little and fold it up squeezing as much of the air out as you can and zip it closed.

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Let it rest in the fridge for from just an hour or as long as overnight, whatever you have time for. If you go without the marinade just sprinkle all of those dry ingredients on both sides and outdoor grill or stovetop grill or skillet the steak.

The veggies are real easy but they will take a little longer than the steak so let’s get them going. Rinse off and pat dry two medium size potatoes and one large zucchini. Set the oven at 400°F/204°C. First cut the potatoes lengthwise into  wedges and put them into a ceramic bowl. Then into the microwave for 3-4 minutes or until they just begin to get the slightest bit soft.

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While the potatoes are getting zapped cut the ends off off the zucchini then in half cross ways then each half into four pieces lengthwise.

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Put the potatoes and the zucchini into a baking pan lined with aluminum foil. Drizzle with 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. Sprinkle with 1/2 teaspoon each of salt and black pepper and 1 tablespoon of grated parmesan cheese. Toss it all together until all the veggies are coated. Spread them out and turn them so that the pointy sides are pointing up. Then sprinkle another tablespoon of grated parmesan on them.

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Put the veggies in the oven. Put a skillet big enough to handle the London Broil Steak on at medium high. Add one tablespoon of olive oil. Let it get hot and put the steak in. Then pour all of the marinade into the skillet.

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Yes, that’s what I said. The marinade will reduce down to just the oil pretty quickly. After about 3 minutes turn it over and give the other side about 2 minutes. These times will give you a steak about medium rare. Cook it longer or less depending on the way you like it. Remove the meat to a dish and add the butter, garlic and rosemary to the pan. Stir it up with a wooden spoon for 30 seconds getting the bits off the bottom. 

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Add the wine and let it reduce a little. You will have a thicker sauce than you would expect because of the marinade reduction, but, that’s good. More flavor and more texture.

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When the veggies have had about 5-6 minutes in the oven switch to the broiler setting and give them about 3 minutes under the broiler.

Slice the steak across the grain and serve it up with the red wine sauce topping your London Broil Steak. 

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We had some French Beaujolais with this great London Broil Steak and it all went together perfectly. If you make this recipe for two you will have some leftover steak. Just slice the whole London broil up and put the extra slices in a zip lock in the freezer or fridge. We usually use them for beef fajitas. 

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Prep Time 10 minutes
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Instructions
  1. If you do it with the marinade, put the London Broil Steak in a gallon sized zip lock. Add 1/4 cup red wine, 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar, 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil, 1 teaspoon garlic powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon black pepper, 1 pinch red pepper flakes and 1 teaspoon dried basil. Close the bag and shake it all together. Unzip the bag a little and fold it up squeezing as much of the air out as you can and zip it closed.
  2. Let it rest in the fridge for from just an hour or as long as overnight, whatever you have time for. If you go without the marinade just sprinkle all of those dry ingredients on both sides and outdoor grill or stovetop grill or skillet the steak.
  3. The veggies are real easy but they will take a little longer than the steak so let's get them going. Rinse off and pat dry two medium size potatoes and one large zucchini. Set the oven at 400°F/204°C. First cut the potatoes lengthwise into wedges and put them into a ceramic bowl. Then into the microwave for 3-4 minutes or until they just begin to get the slightest bit soft.
  4. While the potatoes are getting zapped cut the ends off off the zucchini then in half cross ways then each half into four pieces lengthwise. Put the potatoes and the zucchini into a baking pan lined with aluminum foil. Drizzle with 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. Sprinkle with 1/2 teaspoon each of salt and black pepper and 1 tablespoon of grated parmesan cheese. Toss it all together until all the veggies are coated. Spread them out and turn them so that the pointy sides are pointing up. Then sprinkle another tablespoon of grated parmesan on them.
  5. Put the veggies in the oven. Put a skillet big enough to handle the London Broil Steak on at medium high. Add one tablespoon of olive oil. Let it get hot and put the steak in. Then pour all of the marinade into the skillet. Yes, that's what I said. The marinade will reduce down to just the oil pretty quickly. After about 3 minutes turn it over and give the other side about 2 minutes. These times will give you a steak about medium rare. Cook it longer or less depending on the way you like it. Remove the meat to a dish and add the butter, garlic and rosemary to the pan. Stir it up with a wooden spoon for 30 seconds getting the bits off the bottom.
  6. Add the wine and let it reduce a little. You will have a thicker sauce than you would expect because of the marinade reduction, but, that's good. More flavor and more texture
  7. When the veggies have had about 5-6 minutes in the oven switch to the broiler setting and give them about 3 minutes under the broiler. Slice the steak across the grain and serve it up with the red wine sauce topping your London Broil Steak.
  8. We had some French Beaujolais with this great London Broil Steak and it all went together perfectly. If you make this recipe for two you will have some leftover steak. Just slice the whole London broil up and put the extra slices in a zip lock in the freezer or fridge. We usually use them for beef fajitas.
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