It goes along well with a large summer salad and mashed or boiled new potatoes. Last night we made a huge salad with red leaf lettuce, sweet onion and radishes with a bright vinaigrette that we seasoned with a bit of sea salt. Here I marinated the London broil with coriander, soy sauce and lime juice. I sliced the steak and served it with sweet onion and cilantro. Very good! Another favorite marinade is with tomato paste and fresh herbs. The tomato really compliments the flavor of the beef as well.
Marinated London Broil with Coriander
- 2 LB London broil (which is a top round/flank steak cut up into a large steak)
- salt and pepper to season steak
- 2 teaspoons of ground coriander
- 1 tablespoon light soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- Juice of 1 lime
- 1 garlic, minced
- chopped up cilantro
- sweet onion(such as Vidalia) slice thinly
- 1-2 days before you grill the steak. Season the steak and place it in a glass container with the marinade. Flip it a few times.
- To grill the steak bring to room temperature.
- Preheat the grill.
- Add the steak to the grill.
- Let it grill for about 8 minutes(this is a ball park all steaks and grills are different)
- Flip the steak(please use tongs juices are precious).
- Grill until done.To test doneness you will want to press down on the steak to see how firm it is. Remember grass-fed beef is better rarer.
- Let the steak rest under foil after you have grilled it for about 10 minutes. Do not cut the steak until you are serving it.
- Slice the London broil against the grain, thinly.
- Garnish with sweet onion and fresh cilantro.