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16 Easy London Broil Recipes You’ll Love

Are you a fan of London Broil? If so, you’re in the right place. Don’t miss out on these insanely delicious and easy-to-make dishes – one for every day of the week. Don’t like your meat cooked in the oven? No worry. There is a recipe for stovetop, slow cook, crockpot, and even grilled.

16 Easy London Broil Recipes You’ll Love

Here you’ll find something for everyone at every age.

If you’re having difficulty getting the kids to eat their dinner, these recipes will quickly change their minds.

These top London Broil recipes will make your life easier and keep your stomach full with a smile on your face.

A little touch of home for everyone at any time of the year.

1. London Broil

In need of a fast and easy dinner recipe for tonight? Then look no further. Steak is always the centerpiece of any meal, and London broil never leaves you wanting for more.

The best part is it’s affordable, easy to make, and juicy in flavor when cooked properly.

Follow the recipe, and I promise your family will be begging you to make this delicious, mouthwatering dish every week.

The secret ingredient for me is Dijon mustard which adds a much-needed tangy taste.

If you need to substitute the balsamic vinegar like most people seem to, don’t worry. Just add 1 tablespoon of red wine vinegar mixed with 2 teaspoons maple syrup.

This will add sweetness to the dish and is the closest thing to the balsamic flavor.

2. Tender Marinated London Broil 

Are you looking for a new delicious recipe for any occasion? Then this easy-to-make Tender Marinated London Broil dish is your final stop.

Great for a rainy day or with the sun shining high in the sky. This recipe will leave you happy and your stomachs full.

The marinade is the special ingredient in this dish. It’s a simple balsamic wine; add in your meat and let it soak.

Remember, the longer, the better. You want your meat to have all the flavor possible for an exploding reward everyone will enjoy.

Don’t have any avocado oil lying around the house? Don’t worry. You can use olive oil instead.

This dish is simple and packs a punch. This meal is definitely one to smile about.

3. Instant Pot London Broil

Today’s dish is the simple instant pot London broil. Don’t have time today to cook a meal on the stovetop?

Don’t worry. This dish will taste just as good, and you won’t stress over your schedule.

The secret to this mind-blowing recipe is red wine vinegar. Spices are the key ingredients to making any dish unique, and this one is no different.

Well, that and of course cooking at the right temperature for the proper length of time, but we all know that, don’t we?

If you don’t have any red wine vinegar lying around, don’t worry; you can use white wine as a substitute. I promise no one will notice the difference.

4. Baking meat London broil

This dish is so easy to make a child could do it. Ok, well, maybe they’ll still need your help, but the point remains the same – it’s that easy.

Here are some ideas to make your London broil dish the best it can be. Marinating, tenderizing, and adding flavor to it can help; otherwise, tough meat tastes great.

It’s also nice if you don’t overly enjoy a char-based meal. I know I don’t. Now making a marinated for your dish is very simple. Just remember oil and acid, such as lemon juice.

The rest is your choice. Add anything you like garlic, salt, pepper the works.

Don’t have lemon juice, don’t worry, you won’t be the first, and there are plenty of things you can substitute in its place lime, orange juice, or even white wine. Sky’s the limit.

5. Air Fryer Top Round London Broil

Air fryer top round London Broil is one of the best recipes for London broil around.

Don’t believe me? Then try it out for yourself. I promise it won’t disappoint. The best part is it only takes 10 minutes in the fryer.

That’s right, 10 minutes. You can thank me now! Like most dishes, you’ll want to add salt, pepper, garlic, onion, and a few other things for the flavor.

However, for me, the key ingredient I can’t leave out of this dish is paprika. I use a little more than the recipe asks because I enjoy the little extra kick in my dish.

I don’t have it around the house. No problem, try using hot sauce or Cajun pepper. I promise you won’t regret it.

6. Slow Cooker London Broil

If you like your meat moist and tender, then London Broil in a slow cooker is the recipe you’re looking for.

It’s fast and easy to make with minimal clean-up when it’s all said and done. Who doesn’t like the sound of that, am I right?

The key ingredients to this dish are the beef broth and cream of mushroom soup. Add them into the pot along with your seasoned piece of meat for a mouthwatering taste that leaves you wanting more.

Now, if you’re like me, you don’t have beef broth sitting in your cabinet waiting to be used, but don’t worry, it’s an easy fix.

You can substitute it for one of the following, and I promise no one will know the difference. Try chicken broth, soy sauce, or even wine or beer.

7. Sous Vide London Broil

If you are anything like me, you are always nervous about under or overcooking your meat.

You get to control the temperature by cooking your dish sous vide, so over-cooking is nearly impossible.

Looking for something both delicious and cheap to serve your guests at dinner? Try the best London Broil recipe.

Cooking this piece of meat in the sous vide style will leave it juicy in your mouth and cooked to perfection.

The key ingredient in this dish is the Dijon mustard, but if you need to substitute it try using spicy brown or even yellow mustard in its place.

8. Smoked London Broil

Smoked London Broil is your ticket to receiving compliments on the perfect dinner.

My secret ingredient in this dish is Worcestershire sauce. Now I know what you’re thinking.

Who would have that in their home, right? No worries, you can substitute it with soy sauce and some ketchup or apple juice.

Easy fix, right? Now every nice piece of meat should be soaked in marmalade for as long as possible, so don’t forget that step as it will pack your dish with much-needed flavor and juices.

Try this dish yourself or with guests, and I promise you’ll want to make it again in the not so distance future.

9. Slow Cooker Balsamic London Broil

Want a filling, delicious meal but don’t have a lot of time on your hands? Then this is the perfect fit for your needs.

The slow cooker will do all the work for you and leave your company begging you for the recipe.

London broil is both cheap and delicious when cooked and seasoned correctly. Now that you know how you’ll be cooking the dish, let’s talk flavor.

The secret ingredient in this dish is always the balsamic sauce; who are we kidding? It’s always the sauce.

You’re going to mix beef broth, tomato paste, balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, and Worcestershire in a bowl.

Most people don’t have all these in their homes, but it’s an easy fix.

Don’t have the Worcestershire sauce; substitute it with soy sauce and ketchup. No balsamic vinegar mix 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar with 2 teaspoons maple syrup. Easy peasy.

10. How to marinate and grill London Broil

Ever find yourself wondering what a marinated and grilled London Broil would taste like? Then this is the perfect dish for you.

This recipe is easy and delicious. The cut of meat is full of flavor. After marinating in the marmalade for hours, throw it on the grill to make it juicier.

This is the perfect meal for a crowd, so why not try it for your next get-together? You’ll be the talk of the town for months.

The key ingredient to this dish for me is soy sauce. I don’t have any; it’s easily substituted for fish sauce or dried mushrooms.

11. London Broil recipe kid favorite

As a parent making sure, your child eats appropriately can be a task in and of itself. But with this London Broil recipe, it will quickly become your child’s favorite.

Include them in prepping and seasoning the dish to add to the fun.

The secret ingredient in my London Broil dish is Chimichurri. Most people need to substitute this for Italian dressing but don’t worry; I promise the taste is still there.

There are so many ways to make the same dish: grill, fry, oven, slow cooker but one thing never to forget is to let your meat marinate in the marmalade. That is your secret weapon to your child’s heart and taste buds.

12. Teriyaki Marinated Steak

Teriyaki marinated steak, anyone? This is only one of the many London Broil recipe ideas. Soak in a lovely marmalade.

The longer, the better, then grill, and you have yourself a meal no one will ever forget.

It’s cheap and easy to throw together on a busy day, making this dish one of my favorites.

The key or not-so-secret ingredient in this dish is in the name itself: teriyaki sauce.

Need to substitute it for something else? No problem, try ginger or sugar.

The taste will still be there, and your mouth will be the first to thank you for such a fantastic meal.

13. London Broil Cast Iron

This is one of the many London broil dishes that taste fantastic. I don’t want to grill today, no problem.

I have an easy recipe for London Broil on the cast iron that will please everyone.

Season your meat like you normally would but the secret ingredient to pop your mouth is to top it with red wine.

Don’t like red wine and need to substitute it, no problem, cranberry juice is an excellent replacement, and it has its pop that will leave your meal none the wiser.

14. Chipotle London Broil Fajitas

Chipotle London broil fajitas would make anyone reconsider Mexican-style dishes in the future. Simple and elegant and explosive in flavor.

What else could you ask for? There is no end to this culinary masterpiece, from the marinated strips of London broil to the corn tortilla.

The key or secret ingredient that you should never leave out of this dish, in my opinion, is bell peppers. The explosive pop and crunch add to the overall dish.

I often find myself without chipotle powder in the house, so you can easily substitute this ingredient for smoked paprika if you are anything like me.

Most importantly, don’t forget to marinate your meat in the marmalade of your choice for a day. The longer, the better.

15. Easy London Broil crock pot recipes

Are you looking for an easy new crockpot recipe to spice up dinner? Look no further. London broil is the perfect dish for any time of the year.

Whether feeding your family or a house full of guests, this dish will have them talking about your mouthwatering cooking skills for days to come.

The key or secret ingredient in this dish is the diced onions. Not only do they add an extra flavor to the meat, but having a forkful with each bite of London broil will make your mouth scream in excitement.

The ingredient I tend to use in my marinade is lemon juice.

If you don’t have any in the house, no worries, substitute it for lime, white wine, or vinegar.

Don’t forget the longer you let your meat marinate, the better the dish will taste.

16. London Broil with Bleu Cheese Butter

Are you a fan of London Broil and blue cheese? If so, then keep reading for a dish to satisfy all your cravings.

I think it’s evident that the key or secret ingredient in this dish, other than the London broil, of course, is the blue cheese.

I’m not too fond of blue cheese. That ok feta cheese is a fantastic substitute.

This heartwarming recipe will have you experimenting with all things London Broil.

If marinated correctly and cooked at the right temperature, this meal will have you jumping over the table to grab the last piece. Nothing wrong with that!

16 Easy London Broil Recipes You’ll Love

16 Easy London Broil Recipes You’ll Love

Yield: 6
Prep Time: 25 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes


  • 3 tbsp crumbled blue cheese
  • 1 tbsp coarsely ground black pepper
  • 2 tbsp butter, softened
  • 1 tsp garlic salt
  • 1 (2 pounds) beef flank steak
  • ¼ tsp ground cayenne pepper
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 2 tbsp olive oil


  1. Turn your grill on low and let it preheat.
  2. Get out your blue cheese, chives, and butter and mix them in a bowl, then set them to the side. Next, in a different bowl, mix your onion powder, garlic salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper.
  3. Get out your olive oil and cover your steak in a thin layer on each side. Now grab your spices in the bowl you put to the side and coat both sides of your meat with it. Be sure to rub them into the meat with your hands.
  4. Apply some oil to your grill before placing your meat on the surface. Cook 10 to 15 minutes on each side, or until it's cooked to your liking. For best flavor, grill to rare or medium-rare. Remove the meat from the grill and cut in thin slices lengthwise. Drip some of the blue cheese butter on top and serve.

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