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It turned out terrificThank you
I live in a basement apt. No stove. I bought an electric skillet. I want to try this recipe with my london broil. Any hints? I’m not used to an electric skillet. Any advice will be much appreciated!
Yes, this recipe should work in your electric skillet. Set the temperature to 350 to 375 degrees for medium-high and simply follow the rest of the recipe as directed. You’ll get the hang of your electric skillet soon enough–they are really handy and you can make a lot of different things in them, from risotto to hash browns. Good luck!
Ok. So, wait. Nobody else’s kitchen instantly filled up with smoke from the mustard powder!? The taste is fantastic, but I will made it outside next time!
This was my first London Broil attempt and this recipe is everything it says it is! Delicious!! I did a slight variation by rubbing it with a light coating of olive oil first, then used a garlic herb seasoning by Simply Organic. I then sifted the dry mustard evenly over both sides, and patted it with melted butter. I only needed 2 minutes each side on the stove, and 15 minutes in the oven. Letting it rest 5 minutes was perfect. I noticed it was as delicious even after it had cooled as it was when we served it hot. Thank you for this amazing recipe!!
First time using stove top method for London Broil and it was excellent. Very tender. Instead of salt & pepper I used Montreal Steak Seasoning and a sprinkle of Garlic powder. Much juicier then oven method.❤️
I’ve made London broil for years but this was the best method I’ve ever used. So easy and delicious. No dry mustard but I’ll use next time. Butter, who knew? Thank you so much, I got so many compliments!
Great, Sue! I’m so glad you liked it!
Elise, you saved my little hiney again! I had a 1.5# London Broil thawing that I wasn’t sure what to do with. Followed this recipe pretty much to a T (didn’t have ground mustard, but I did have just enough course ground mustard in a jar). Cast iron skillet at the ready and then 10 mins in the oven, it was PERFECT and tasty! I’m not a big beef eater, but I really enjoyed this. Agreed! The butter made the recipe.
It was simple, quick , and delicious. It was tender and had a sharp savory flavor. The butter and the mustard complemented each other wonderfully and the salt and pepper tied the two flavors together. I would definitely do it again.
Just finished enjoying this! Followed directions exactly as written, only change was that hubby got an Amazon “Butcher Shop Spice Rub Kit” for his bday so I added the Chimmichurri spice to one and “Chicago Steak & Chop” to the other. Made Elise’s Garlic Bread to go with it and a Costco pre-made mac and cheese. Whole family loved it!!! We usually don’t have London because we don’t have the time needed to make it, so this recipe was so beyond perfect. The directions in this recipe are so perfect. I wish I got a pic but it was too good to wait!
Amazing! Better and so much easier than the grill method. Came out perfect and there was not a smidge leftover!
Delicious! So much flavor and so easy to make
Excellent . . . Did not use the dry mustard. it was a hit and I will make again!
Used McCormick Brazilian steak marinade – came out perfect and delicious!!
This London Broil recipe delivers a quick, easy and tender meal!I would definitely cook this again. Easy to follow instructions and surprisingly tender results!
Great technique for this cut of meat! I was used to the long, acidic marinades. This, by far, yielded something much more delicious. My cut was a little over one-inch high. When I put the meat into the pan and realized I hadn’t preheated the oven, I just went 3.5 minutes on each side and it was perfect. Thank you for this recipe!
This was absolutely delicious!! I used a heavy stainless pan, followed the directions exactly, and finished it in the oven. My whole family loved it.. including 2 picky kids. My 8 year old said it was “Heaven in his mouth”. Definitely a keeper!
Followed receipe exactly, used a flat iron skillet and finished in oven.
I personally think it came out wonderful, but hearing my kids rave about how good it was was even better.
After making London broil for many years on the grill and in the oven I tried this recipe and it was amazing I did still marinate it in Italian dressing first and used McCormick’s Montreal steak seasoning it turned out so tender even without a iron pan
What if you don’t have a cast iron skillet. Can use get good results with a regular Teflon skillet
Hi, Bev! If you don’t have a cast iron skillet you can still cook a steak in a non-stick skillet, but you won’t get quite as nice of a sear.
The second time I made this, I was at my sister’s house and she did not have a cast iron pan. I used a non-stick skilled, but heated about a tablespoon of canola oil in it, first. It came out wonderful.