Easy London Broil Marinade Recipe is the perfect way to add flavor to your London broil. This marinade is made from olive oil, soy sauce, dijon mustard, and Worcestershire sauce. Plus flavorful spices like garlic and pepper. You’ll never want to eat London Broil plain again!
Easy London Broil Marinade Recipe
It’s really easy to add some big flavor to your dinner with this Easy London Broil Marinade Recipe. Plus, you probably already have these ingredients in your pantry. Just whisk them together, pour them over the meat, and voila! Your London broil will taste like it came from your favorite restaurant. The secret to a good London broil marinade is that the longer it sits, the better it gets!
A good London broil marinade will add a ton of flavor to your meat, and it’s honestly really easy to do! The key to a great marinade is to let the meat soak up all of that flavor for at least an hour, but at best overnight. I would suggest preparing this and coating the meat the night before, and refrigerating until you’re ready to cook. Then when you’re ready, simply pour out the London broil marinade and cook the meat. That’s it! So easy!
How do you make easy London broil marinade?
This easy London broil marinade recipe will only take you a few minutes to throw together. And it can be done in a few simple steps!
- In a bowl pour in olive oil, soy sauce, and vinegar.
- Whisk in mustard, Worcestershire sauce, pepper, and garlic.
- Place London broil in a gallon sized ziplock bag. Pour marinade over meat, then place in refrigerator for 24 hours.
That’s it! It only takes 3 steps to make this easy London broil marinade recipe. You don’t have to be a chef to give this meat TONS of flavor. You just have to have a good marinade recipe in your back pocket.
5 Tips for How to Grill London Broil
As long as I’m sharing the best london broil marinade recipe I know, I should probably also help you prepare the meat. And grilling is arguably one of the most popular ways to prepare London broil, or at least it is in my family. So, it makes total sense that I should give you some tips on how to grill London broil.
- Don’t skimp on the marinade for London broil steak. Seriously, you need the acid to help keep the meat tender. It doesn’t take much to make London broil turn game-y, similar to venison (although not that hard to cook). So you really need the vinegar and other flavors to do their thing here. You also want to give the London broil marinade as much time as you can to work, so try to prepare the meat the night before if you can.
- Medium is the magic level of preparedness here. If you cook a London broil to well-done, it will lose some of that melt-in-your-mouth texture and turn a bit more… chewy. So don’t cook it for too long! This is about 150F.
- Use medium-high heat. The idea here is to get some chargrill on the outside, while leaving the inside tender. Cook on each side for about 7-8 minutes, or until the meat is cooked through to a medium level.
- Cook on the indirect heat side of the grill. What this means is that you light one side of the grill, but put the meat on the side that isn’t fired up. It’s a technique I use for the best ribs I’ve ever had in my life (recipe over here). Before doing this, make sure your grill is heated to about 400F, and keep the top closed while the meat is cooking.
- Don’t be impatient! Like any good steak, you don’t want to cut into it right away. Let it sit for at minimum 10 minutes, so it can soak some of those juices back up.
You can always make a quick London broil marinade!
As long as you have a few key ingredients, it’s easy to make a quick London broil marinade. Here’s the key elements to a marinade, and as long as you have some version of these, your London broil marinade will be awesome.
- Fat. You need some form of fat, especially for lean cuts of meat like London broil. This replaces the marbling that fatty cuts of meat have, that keep the meat tender and juicy.
- Acid. Acid helps tenderize the meat. You can use lemon juice, lime juice, or vinegar. Whatever acidic ingredient you have will work.
- Flavor. Here’s where ingredients like the dijon mustard or spices come in. You want to add some flavor to your meat. Feel free to get creative here.
- Salt. You want to add a salty element to your marinade. Salt is actually a flavor enhancer, so not only does it make everything delicious, but it actually brings out the other flavors in a dish. This includes ingredients like soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, or just plain old salt.
That’s it! When it comes to making a London broil marinade, there’s really not much to it. And now that you know how to throw together a quick London broil marinade, I’m sure you’re eager to get cooking!
Easy London Broil Marinade Recipe is the perfect way to add flavor to your London broil. This marinade is made from olive oil, soy sauce, dijon mustard, and Worcestershire sauce. Plus flavorful spices like garlic and pepper. You'll never want to eat London Broil plain again!
- 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
- 1/4 cup soy sauce gluten free
- 1/4 cup red wine vinegar
- 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce gluten free
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 2 tsp dijon mustard
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
Whisk together oil, vinegar, and soy sauce.
Whisk in garlic, dijon mustard, pepper, and vinegar.
Place London broil in gallon-sized ziplock bag. Pour marinade over meat, seal, and make sure meat is completely coated. Refrigerate for several hours, then cook meat according to meat directions.
Make sure your soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce are labeled gluten free!