Donna's Daily Dish
Inspiring people to create every day recipes
My daughter and son-in-law left before dinner on July 4th, but had they stayed, I brought out an old recipe that I haven't done in awhile.
While glancing through the weekly food flyers, I noticed that Foodtown of Wall had London Broil on sale. I switched from cooking London Broil to flank steak, but even the price of flank steak has risen. Therefore, I thought I would try cooking a London Broil again. The recipe I dug up was from Gourmet, May 1996 for Grilled Marinated London Broil. This particular recipe was part of a menu that included Grilled Red Onions with Balsamic Vinegar and Rosemary and Yellow Pepper Orzo Gratin.
All of the aforementioned items I have been before and all were delicious. The London broil and the onions have a preparation time of 45 minutes (with additional unattended time). Even though you have to make the pasta for the gratin, I would think from start to finish, this too should take approximately 45 minutes.
I'll pick up a London broil this week to have on hand next time I have more than my husband and I for dinner. Perhaps I'll invite my son and his girlfriend to dinner soon. I especially like to make grilled beef for my children as they don't outdoor space to grill and preparing beef in a cast iron skillet or grill pan it doesn't have the same taste as grilled meat.
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners. To receive my quarterly newsletter, click on link below and use “Subscribe” button.