This Smoked London Broil is easy to prepare, and it is just the thing everyone will crave during bbq season! Just marinate in a simple but delicious sauce, then let your smoker do the heavy lifting. The smoker imparts a rich, smoky flavor and a beautifully caramelized crust on the outside of the meat while the inside remains tender and juicy. Serve with your favorite veggies for an easy weeknight meal. Just know that everyone will beg for seconds!
Marinade – ½ cup each of olive oil and soy sauce – ¼ cup brown sugar – ¼ cup Worcestershire sauce – 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar – 6 garlic cloves &1 tablespoon Dijon – 1 teaspoon black pepper and red pepper – 1 beef top round Optional Gravy – 4 tablespoons butter – 4 tablespoons flour – 2 cups beef broth or chicken stock – ¼ cup reserved marinade – salt and pepper
Combine all the ingredients for the marinade. Remove ¼ cup of the marinade and reserve for later if you want to make gravy. Place the rest of the marinade in a resealable plastic bag.
Add the London Broil to the bag. Seal the bag and place it in the refrigerator for 6 to 10 hours. When it is finished marinating, pat it dry with paper towels.
place directly on the grates and smoke
For the Gravy: 1. Melt the butter in a saucepan or skillet over medium heat. Whisk in the flour and stir for 1 minute. 2. Slowly pour in broth while whisking constantly, and stir until smooth. 3. Add reserved marinade, pepper, and salt and simmer for 3-5 minutes while stirring. 4. Remove from heat and serve.
– Lean cuts of beef used for London Broil are best served rare to medium rare. If you prefer your beef cooked well-done, we recommend cooking the London Broil like a brisket and leaving it on the grill until the interior temperature reaches 205°F. – Slice the meat against the grain as thinly as possible.
This smoked London Broil gets marinated in a delicious marinade that doubles as a savory flavoring for gravy. The marinated beef gets smoked over low heat to get a smoky flavor, then finished with a higher blast of heat. Serve it with mashed potatoes, roasted vegetables, or your favorite side dish for an easy weeknight meal. The leftovers also make a great steak sandwich or salad.