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"That was so easy & quite a hit with my 3 teen boys! I did omit the dill weed (I don't like it) & I cut the cayenne in half (suggested in another review). It was amazing! I will do this again for sure!"- jaewatson
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Preheat oven to 500. That's not a typo. I actually MEAN 500.
*Mix pepper, paprika, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne pepper, coriander, and dill weed in a bowl and set aside.
(Or, go the easy route, and just use pre-made Montreal steak rub. I just like making it to my own taste.)
*While oven is heating to temp, heat oil in a skillet on medium heat and sautee mushrooms, garlic and onion.
*Rub London broil with mustard.
*After the mustard, rub in seasonings you mixed in bowl on the meat, on top of the mustard.
*Put meat on broiler pan
*Put the sautéed onion, garlic and mushroom mixture right on top of London broil.
* Put in preheated oven, quickly shut the door, and IMMEDIATELY turn down to 230 degrees.
*Let cook for 45 minutes (For rare... longer for medium or well done.)
DO NOT open the oven and peek. It will let the heat out too fast.
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Alusardi 7 months agoGreat recipe ! Used my 'secret' ingredient sesame oil and wow gave it that over the top taste !
tomsnancy 10 months agoThis was great!
jaewatson 11 month agoThat was so easy & quite a hit with my 3 teen boys! I did omit the dill weed (I don't like it) & I cut the cayenne in half (suggested in another review). It was amazing! I will do this again for sure!
RandySK 2 years agoThe spices in the rub are way too hot. Also, the recipe does not specify the size of the London Broil. Mine was large and needed at least another 15 minutes to cook.
littlehousewife 3 years agoVery easy cooking instructions! I use different rubs all the time with this style of cooking. Great for anyone especially beginner cooks
Santas212 3 years agoMedium rare every time!
ranthony 3 years agoSauteed with butter rather than oil. This dish was definitely easy to prepare and tasted like a lot more work than it was! The wife loved it, I am awesome,....for tonight!
hillaschaef 3 years agoPerfect!!!!
efranz 3 years agoThis was delicious and quick. Great recipe.
KvonNJ 4 years agoI like serving this with asparagus and baked potatoes. Always a big hit around here. [I posted this recipe.]