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What Makes London Broil A Great Choice For Rare Steak Lovers
London Broil can refer to almost any lean, muscular cut taken from the round (leg) of the cattle, and should always be cooked rare to medium since it has so little fat to render.
To cook a rare London Broil steak, first marinate it for a minimum of four hours up to overnight, which will add moisture and flavor while also tenderizing the meat.
While there are several options for cooking your London Broil, using cast iron is most efficient. Sear the meat on both sides until its internal temperature reaches 135 degrees F.
Once off the heat, cover the London Broil in aluminum foil and let it rest for at least 10 minutes to let it finish cooking. The muscles will also relax and release their juices.