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Food Network features two simple and easy-to-follow recipes for London broil. Sara Moulton's recipe uses a grill, while Food Network Magazine's recipe calls for cooking in a skillet over high heat. More »

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An easy London broil recipe for beginners is balsamic glazed London broil. Along with a London broil, this recipe requires only salt and pepper, balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, garlic and a bay leaf. More »

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For slow cooker London broil, organize 2 to 3 pounds of London broil, 1 vedalia onion, 4 white potatoes, 3 celery stalks and 4 carrots. Also gather 4 cups of low sodium fat-free beef broth and a package of common onion s... More »

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For slow cooker London broil, organize 2 to 3 pounds of London broil, 1 vedalia onion, 4 white potatoes, 3 celery stalks and 4 carrots. Also gather 4 cups of low sodium fat-free beef broth and a package of common onion s... More »

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It takes 8 to 10 minutes to cook a London broil in the oven. A London broil only needs 4 to 5 minutes of cooking time on each side. Cooking the steak 8 minutes makes it rare, and cooking it 10 minutes leaves it medium ra... More »

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London broil needs about four to five minutes in the broiler per side. It's important to preheat the oven and the pan for about 10 minutes before adding the meat. More »

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London broil and flank steak are actually the same cut of beef. The difference between them is in how they’re prepared and cut for serving. Because flank steak comes from the steer’s lower hindquarters, it’s tough. To te... More »

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