Karl's London Broil
This is a family favorite, easy to do, and we hope you enjoy too."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
Yield: 6 Ready in 1 hours, 5 minutes
80 people trying soon
|1 lbs; or so...|
|1/2 Onion; Chopped|
|2 clovesgarlic; diced|
|6 Baby Bella mushrooms; sliced, (up to 7)|
|Spicy Brown Mustard|
|2 tablespoonsblack pepper|
|1 tablespoongarlic powder|
|1 tablespoononion powder|
|1 tablespooncayenne pepper|
|1 tablespoonground coriander|
|1 tablespoondill weed|
Karl's London Broil Preparation
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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