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London Broil with Crispy Potatoes and Peppers

This tender steak, rubbed with a pinch of paprika, is matched with spuds that are crisp outside and tender inside.

Source: Everyday Food, May 2007
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  • jillsterlinggm
    30 JAN, 2017
    The potatoes were amazingly delicious.
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  • michelleroque
    9 APR, 2009
    So simple, I did it in my toaster oven and it came out perfectly.
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  • deb1117
    22 SEP, 2008
    If you watch the video it will show you exactly how to cut the cooked meat across the grain, but you should also cut it on a slight angle. The cut of meat shown in this recipe is top round beef, but flank steak is much more tender for "london broil".
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  • Rosebuddish
    22 SEP, 2008
    Where does the london broil (meat type come from) we butcher meat all the tme and my packages are never marked London broil is there another name for that cut of meat?
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  • LorieVanDyke
    6 JUN, 2008
    (part 2) If you cut across then you will have several short pieces that are tender. Weird analogy but I hope it is clear. Or ask a butcher to show you at the store.
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  • LorieVanDyke
    6 JUN, 2008
    To figure out grain (Lanark22), hold your hand flat in front of you; your fingers are the length grain of the muscle fibers. If you cut in between them you will have long stringy pieces that are tough
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  • lanark22
    4 JUN, 2008
    I have no clue when they say the grain of the meat? I try to find it but being a newbie cook I never seem to get it or understand what it is... HELP!!!
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  • MS12562125
    4 JUN, 2008
    London broil is Top Round Roast. I typed in my Google, 'meat: London Broil' and that's the info I got. Hope you got the same info
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  • sonnie512
    4 JUN, 2008
    I'd also like to know which type of london broil is suggested.
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  • labarden
    4 JUN, 2008
    A London Broil usually refers to a cooking style not a cut of meat; but in this case I believe Martha is referring to either a flank or round steak.
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