Grilled London Broil Flank Steak Recipe
The grilled London Broil is great served as a sandwich or in a wrap with some fresh lettuce, tomatoes, and onion.
- 3 TB crumbled blue cheese
- 2 TB butter
- 1 tsp chives
- ¼ C Grilla AP Rub
- 1 2-lb or larger beef flank steak
- 2 TB olive oil
Preheat Silverbac to 225 degrees. In a bowl mix the blue cheese, butter and chives and set aside. Rub the steak with olive oil, coating both sides and then dust with the rub. Place meat on pellet grill, cooking 10 to 15 minutes per side or to desired doneness. We recommend not going past medium and even prefer cooking to just medium rare (an internal temp of 130 degrees).
Remove from the Silverbac, slice across the grain into thin strips, and top with a dollop of the blue cheese butter mixture.
Tastiest London Broil on the Grill
Ka-ching — you did it. You snagged a super deal on London broil at your local supermarket. As part of your savings celebration, you deserve to try a new recipe, and we have the perfect choice.
The moment you learn how to cook a London broil on the grill, your culinary world will suddenly become a lot brighter. Grilling your London broil brings out the juices and tenderness of this cut of meat. It also allows you to use the meat in a variety of ways.
Although this recipe recommends slicing your barbecue London broil to serve as a sandwich, you can always try these swaps and switches:
- Use slices of the meat to top a hearty summer or autumn salad. That way, you can add some more protein to an otherwise lighter meal.
- Slice the London broil from the grill a little thicker than you would for a sandwich. Plate it up with some smoked veggies like Brussels sprouts or corn barbecued in the husk. You’ll have a nice meal that tastes incredible.
- Dice up your London broil into bite-sized cubes. They can then be used to top anything from your pasta with homemade tomato sauce to smoked mac and cheese. (Yes, it is a thing!)
Serving Side Suggestions With Your BBQ London Broil
What goes well with a barbecue London broil? Honestly, just about anything. But if you want more specifics, try these helpful ideas from our favorite cooking masters:
- Seafood. Have a surf-and-turf feast! You can even make sandwiches that contain both grilled London broil slices and shrimp or other seafood delicacies.
- Potatoes. Meat and potatoes always go together. Smash some smoked potatoes or serve them whole with sour cream.
- Veggies. The world of veggies is wide and wonderful. Become the marvel of your grilling circle and invent some new smoked and grilled vegetable dishes. Feel free to play around with the exotic, unusual vegetables often found in groceries.
- Soups. Lighter soups and stews pair exceptionally well with a London broil sandwich featuring meat that has been barbecued to perfection.
Mouth-watering meals are only a grilling experience away. Get started on your London broil on the grill now!