Cooking outdoors; Grilled London Broil

The sun is making it’s way back to out warm us and the outdoor decor is making it’s way out of storage.   Grilling season is back in business.  Cleaning the grill is essential to the flavor of your foods and with a few simple tools and a bit of elbow grease you can have that knocked out in 15 minutes or so.  Take a few mins and head over to Real Simple for quick tips on grill cleaning.

Our first BBQ of the season will encompass  friends and fam and we are looking forward to opening the deck for the spring / summer with a few cocktails, brews, grilled meats and fab side dishes.  The winter seems to have stretched on forever this year and even though the temps here in the Northwest are still a bit on the chilly side, it’s time to celebrate.

Grilled London Broil
Grilled London Broil

I have friends who refuse to marinate their meats, they feel it detracts from the flavor.  The trick of course, is use ingredients that do not mask or overpower the meat, but to compliment it.  Choosing the right ingredients for the meat you are cooking is key and it’s a very simple process. Using a large zippy bag, combine your marinade ingredients, add your meat and push out all of the air before sealing tightly.  Make sure your ingredients are mixed well before adding meat.  Place in fridge over night.

Grilled London Broil by Nugget Market I love this recipe, it’s simple and the ingredients list is basic; London Broil, soy sauce, peanut oil, sweet rice wine (mirin), red Miso paste, fresh grated ginger, garlic, red chili flakes, roasted peanuts, fresh cilantro.  Full Recipe  There is also an option of watching a video of the process on the far right.   This is a great site, I utilize it often….take a few minutes and browse.

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