I've honestly only learned about this cut of beef recently. It was on sale for about 5 bucks, half off, and had a name I'd never heard before. After some research, I figured out that I have eaten beef top round quite a few times, but have also slow cooked the heck out of it since it's a tougher piece of meat. Well there's another thing you can do with a london broil: use a flavorful marinade, quickly broil or grill it so there's no overcooking, then slice as thinly as possible across ...
Crispy Mongolian Beef - A Favorite! I made this 9/10/16 and it was excellent. I used top round London broil, sliced it thin while it was frozen and then cut it into 1 inch pieces. I omitted the salt (there's plenty in the soy sauce), used garlic powder instead of fresh garlic and I added in chopped broccoli (that I had in the freezer) and cooked brown rice at the end. The meat was surprisingly tender and I honestly can't wait to make it again. It was that easy and that good!
London Broil with Mustard, Balsamic Vinegar and Garlic Marinade
Pan-fried London Broil Steak ~ Top round steak, seasoned with dry mustard, salt, pepper, and rubbed with butter, pan fried to brown, then finished in the oven if necessary with thicker cuts. ~ SimplyRecipes.com