Marinated beef flank or round steak can easily be grilled or broiled for these sensational London broil recipes. Looking for a new taste sensation? Try an updated version that marinates London broil in a Jamaican jerk seasoning mixture.See Popular London Broil Recipes
This sweet, savory flank steak recipe features a teriyaki-pineapple marinade. Serve the meat with steamed vegetables for a low-calorie dinner.
This London broil recipe takes an Asian turn when you marinate the beef in teriyaki and oyster sauce and serve it with creamed potatoes spiked with wasabi, also known as Japanese horseradish.
Bagged coleslaw mix makes this a quick dinner to prepare. The longer you marinate the beef, the tastier it gets for this main dish salad.
London broil is a thicker cut of steak that benefits from the tenderizing effects of a marinade. Ours does its job and then doubles as a sauce when simmered with some shallots. Use any steak leftovers on top of a salad or in a sandwich with fresh spinach leaves.
A new study from Harvard's School of Public Health finds that eating red meat may reduce your life expectancy. But that doesn't mean that you need to completely ban the stuff from your diet. As with previous red meat studies, most of the negative effects were seen in those eating two or more servings of red meat every single day.
If on a steamy summer night when dinner time rolls around and the Martha and the Vandellas song "Heat Wave" is bouncing around your head, think main-dish salads. And we don't mean ultralight greens or a bowl of juicy, colorful fruit -- both fabulous and seasonal but not substantive enough to keep the hearty appetites around the table satisfied. These 10 summer salad ideas are light and refreshing but give you a good dose of protein or starch, which, along with the season's best veggies, will keep you happy, keep you cool, and -- the best part -- keep you from turning on the oven.
Learn our favorite tips for summer entertaining with ease and enjoyment to make your next party or dinner with friends a big success.