Herb Marinated London Broil

Herb Marinated London Broil

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"This marinade imparts a tantalizing herb flavor to Grilled Broil. Thinly slice any leftover steak for French Dip sandwiches or serve over a Caesar Salad."

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55 m servings
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  1. Combine wine, olive oil and seasonings in a large self-closing plastic bag. Place steak in bag and seal. Turn bag gently to distribute marinade. Refrigerate 30 minutes or up to 3 hours for a stronger flavor. Turn bag occasionally.
  2. Lightly grease grill rack. Preheat grill to medium heat. Remove steak from marinade; reserving marinade. Grill 8-10 minutes per side or until desired doneness. Brush with reserved marinade after turning. Discard leftover marinade. Cut into thin slices across the grain.
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  • Also tastes great with flank steak.
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I liked this a lot. I was looking for something quick and all the other London Broil recipes needed to marinate overnight. This was ready in an hour and tasted wonderful. Definitely will make...

Amazing! The red wine added so much to the flavor and the meat came out so tender and moist. Instant family favorite!

Wow. This was amazing. The herbs made the meat look gorgeous. I marinated it for 6 hours, but dont marinate it too long, because it will just taste too strong. It came out perfect.I had to doubl...

this was one of the best marinades I ever used I am so tired of soy sauce!!! I threw in some sliced vidalia onions then grilled them too YUMMY!!!

I tried this even though I usually prefer only total 5 star recipes. I have done the soy sauce type LBs but this had a very nice flavor. Not too strong, allowing the beef flavor to come thru. On...

Another 5 star from McCormick all the way. wonderfull flavor!

The marinade was great, lots of good flavor. I kept some and boiled it to use over the rice that I served with the beef. It was even better the second day! I cooked the london broil on the gri...

Loved this recipe! I'd never cooked a London Broil before. My husband had been wanting one for some time and he loved it! He told me over and over again (for days) how good it was and I've al...

This was a very tender piece of meat....but I was a little disappointed on the flavor. I thought with the wine and seasonings it would be a little stronger, and I did marinade it for over 3 hou...