In the Kitchen
Recipe courtesy of Solana Nolfo, founder ofView the Recipe
Because you marinate London Broil for a long while and then broil it, you can use cheaper, tougher cuts of meat like flank or top-round steak.
That’s good news because we like our beef grass-fed, and it can be a little pricier overall. A cheaper cut will help bring costs down.
And you won’t notice the difference since you’ll be tasting garlic, olive oil, and oregano.
Serve it alongside a generous helping of roasted vegetables, sweet potato wedges, or a leafy green salad.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
London broil is an excellent source of protein as well as zinc, B vitamins, and iron. Olive oil provides healthy fats and while it’s only a touch, oregano does deliver antioxidant power.