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London Broil with Mustard, Balsamic Vinegar and Garlic Marinade

My go-to london broil marinade recipe with mustard, balsamic vinegar and garlic. This tender cut of beef is a family favorite. Everyone is happy when mom makes London Broil for dinner!

 


I picked up a London Broil the other day on sale at Publix.  I wanted to treat my husband to a good steak dinner….since that is his favorite…since I’m watching my calories, I compromised by picking up a leaner cut of beef like this one so I wouldn’t feel too guilty eating it with him.  I love how economical London Broil is…it’s often on sale and you can get several meals from one good sized steak.

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My go-to london broil marinade recipe with mustard, balsamic vinegar and garlic. This tender cut of beef is a family favorite.

This post was originally shared in November, 2009, I’ve since updated photos. This is an original photo.

I made this London Broil recipe again recently and my family raved about it. I must still not be cooking steak for them very often, ha ha. It’s still a treat.

ingredients for london broil marinade including balsamic vinegar bottle, worcestershire sauce bottle, jar of grey poupon country dijon and bulb of garlic

What’s a good marinade for London Broil?

I have been making this marinade for 10 years and it is absolutely delicious. All you need is balsamic vinegar, dijon mustard and lots of garlic to create the best marinade for your London Broil. Make sure to let it marinate for a few hours in the refrigerator to get the full flavor.

My steak marinated for about 5 hours, but you can easily let it sit in the marinade overnight and/or all day…the longer the better as far as I’m concerned.

What is the best way to cook London Broil?

In the oven, with high heat. I’m sure it would be great on the grill too, but I have only cooked London Broil this way in the oven.

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Using tongs, pull steak out of ziplock bag and place on broiler pan. Spoon over about 2 tablespoons of marinade over steak.
  2. Place in oven a cook for approximately 5-7 minutes per side (for a 1 inch steak) for medium. Add more time for a thicker steak or if you like it more well done (I recommend medium rare – medium for most tender).
  3. Once steak is done cooking, let rest on cutting board for at least 5 minutes before slicing. Make sure to slice against the grain (click here for a demo).

What should I serve with London Broil?

To keep things simple, I decided to roast some tomatoes and asparagus as well.  These sides are super easy, super good for you and well…just plain super. 🙂

Here’s the recipe for Simply Roasted Asparagus. For the tomatoes, roast plum tomato halves at the same time, with a little drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper. If you have fresh basil, sprinkle it over the tomatoes at the end.

What to do with your leftovers?  Here are some great ideas for your London Broil leftovers:

Steak and Gorgonzola Quesadillas

Leftover Steak Salad

Leftover Steak Hash

Thai Curry Spaghetti Squash

Rigatoni with Steak Sauce

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London Broil with Mustard, Balsamic Vinegar and Garlic Marinade…and some easy sides

  • Author: Aggies Kitchen
  • Prep Time: 4 hours (includes marinating time)
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 4 hours 20 minutes
  • Yield: 6 servings
  • Category: Dinner
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: American

My go-to london broil marinade recipe with mustard, balsamic vinegar and garlic. This tender cut of beef is a family favorite.


Ingredients

  • 1.5 lb London Broil
  • 1/4 cup Balsamic vinegar
  • 2 TB stone ground Dijon mustard
  • 1 TB Worcestershire sauce
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced (or less depending on your love of garlic!)
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, combine Balsamic vinegar, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, minced garlic and salt and pepper. Place London Broil in a zip lock bag. Pour marinade into bag, making sure to coat and massage the steak with marinade. Place in refrigerator for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight and/or all day.
  2. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Using tongs, pull steak out of ziplock bag and place on broiler pan. Spoon over about 2 tablespoons of marinade over steak.
  3. Place in oven a cook for approximately 5-7 minutes per side (for a 1 inch steak) for medium. Add more time for a thicker steak or if you like it more well done (I recommend medium rare – medium for most tender).
  4. Once steak is done cooking, let rest on cutting board for at least 5 minutes before slicing. Make sure to slice against the grain (click here for a demo).

Keywords: beef, dinner, london broil, marinade

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38 comments on “London Broil with Mustard, Balsamic Vinegar and Garlic Marinade”

  1. Looks fabulous Aggie! I love London Broil and also buy it when it goes on sale. I love the marinade and how you roasted the vegetables. Thanks for sharing. I’ll be making this!

  2. girl I am so ready to sit down at the table with you and this fabulous meal. let’s have some wine too–a nice big bottle. LOL

  3. I love the Publix sales!!! I always buy Josh whatever steak is on sale that week. The tomatoes look totally delicious too. Hope you guys had a nice weekend

  4. Looks delish Aggie! I know Grumpy would love this. I think its about time I made him a special “beef” treat myself. I tend to not make it often.

  5. That looks great. I am going to try that for sure. I have never made London Broil before!

  6. That looks wonderful!!! How in the world do you do those printable recipes? A special program or something? Haha I’m so not computer savvy huh?

  7. That looks delish! I love london broil as well because it provides so many left over meat and you can be creative with what to make with it.

  8. oh yummy! this looks so good, i love steak prepared this way!

  9. I’m a griller too but doing it in the oven looks simple and delicious! I am going to give this a try!

  10. That looks awesome! Love the ‘leftovers’ idea – SO smart!! Thanks for sharing as always!

  11. Wow that looks like a perfect dinner and I think I’d enjoy that marinade on lots of things. Thanks for the recipe Aggie!

  12. Not a big beef fan, but the marinade sounds really great. Do you think it would be good with chicken or pork? love the roasted veggies.

  13. This looks divine. The whole mustard is making my mouth water!

  14. Mmm.london broil is one of my favorite meats!!!!!

  15. I’ll bet the entire family loved this Aggie…perfection.

  16. The recipe looks delicious. I love asparagus when it’s baked or broiled (or grilled for that matter). Yum.

  17. Your marinade looks so full of flavor! Funny that you linked to the steak and gorgonzola quesadillas… I just made them again last night with leftover London broil! YUM!

  18. This looks amazing! I for sure am going to incorporate this into one of our weekly meals. The prep time would allow for an over night marinade which is perfect for our family!

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  21. I made steak using this marinade the other night and it was AMAZING! Even my incredibly picky husband was impressed! Thanks!

    • Thanks so much for letting me know! It’s a great marinade, so glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

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  25. what kind of stone ground mustard do you use?

    And can I use minced garlic in a jar?

    Thanks!

    • Hi Katherine! I have used Grey Poupon and another brand Inglehoffer I believe it’s called? I usually just check the mustard section and pick out one that I like or would like to try. I’m a mustard girl 🙂
      And minced garlic in a jar would be just fine! I find it tastes little sweeter than fresh garlic but will be just as delicious.

  26. Thanks Aggie!

    Do you know which grey poupon you used?

  27. Hi! This recipe sounds awesome, but I don’t currently have Dijon mustard! Can I substitute for spicy brown or yellow? 

    Thanks! 

  28. my husband was used to the same old way I used to make it so i wanted to try to shake things up a bit, it was a complete hit!! Even my 3 year old (mr picky) Loved it I am making it again definately!!!

    • Yay Carol!! So glad it was a hit, and thanks so much for letting me know!

    • Hi Carol! I just recently added star ratings to my recipes to help more people find them (on Google). Since I know you’ve made this recipe before would you mind adding a star recipe to your comment? I truly appreciate it!

  29. I don’t know if this is your most popular pin, but I’ve probably made this 30 times!  Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi Kathleen! Thank you!!

    • Hi Kathleen, I just recently added star ratings to my recipes to help more people find them (on Google). Since I know you’ve made this recipe before would you mind adding a star recipe to your comment? I truly appreciate it!