Labor Day was a good day this year. Kicked back a little. Rummaged through some old recipe books and got into the pool for a dip or two. Took a few walks with the doggies…okay, enough about the wonderful day, let’s get to the food!
London Broil on the Grill. Definitely not labor intensive. Perfect day for it, don’t ya think? First, we marinated the meat after forking the meat and sprinkling a little meat tenderizer.
I used simple soy sauce for the marinade. I know, sometimes salting meat doesn’t work too good, but I’d had some other marinades all week and just thought I’d try something different and simple. We marinated the meat in the fridge for about 40 minutes or so.
I cut the large piece of meat in half to be able to thoroughly marinade and be able to cook through faster. Placed it onto a shallow baking pan that has been covered with aluminum foil and halved pearl onions and sliced red bell pepper.
Placed the pan on the grill on 2 burners turned on low. Checked it every 10 minutes just to make sure none of the juices overflowed onto the burners. Turned both pieces over after 35 or 40 minutes and then cooked for another 20 to 25 minutes. I should have taken a photo of the cut meat, but we were hungry and along with a salad, ate the wonderfully tender meat and trimmings. We have a few pieces for leftovers. Leftovers are wonderful, don’t you think? Well, that topped off a great Labor Day. Hope everyone’s was a flavorful one!