Published: 30-May-2012 (01:56); Viewed: 1261; Difficulty: 3 out of 10
Traditional London Broil is a flank steak, marinated before broiling, or grilling. Traditionally, London broil steak was prepared from the flank steak. Thin flank steak can be properly cooked on casting iron skillet as well as on the grill. This is one portion recipe.
Few garlic cloves.
White win vinegar, 1 tbsp
Milled salt and black pepper.
Drop of oil.
Slightly score flank steak from each side. Do, so-called, diamond cut.
Rub in pressed garlic into the meat. Add one table spoon of white vinegar.
Sprinkle with freshly milled salt and black pepper.
Cover marinated meat with cling film and leave for 1 hour for marinating.
After marinating, clean flank steak with paper towel, remove garlic if possible.
Grease heavy casting iron skillet with oil. Fry flak steak on high heat on each side two times for about 1,5 minutes. The total time should not be higher than 6 minutes.
Slice meat diagonally, across the grains and serve.