London Broil Grilled Steak by the BBQ Pit Boys


The round steak, sometimes referred to as a topside and silverside, can be a tough cut of beef steak unless you first marinate it for a few hours. Check out this classic barbecue steak marinade recipe by one of the BBQ Pit Boys.

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25 Responses to “London Broil Grilled Steak by the BBQ Pit Boys”

  1. 333bigjoe says:

    @koubouaki What?

  2. 280dragger says:

    So what’s the name of this song featured in this video. Bbq shoes is my favorite but this one is a close second. Love your videos.

  3. qwertywxyz says:

    This is the Foodgasm channel. Love all your recipes

  4. gietl25 says:

    Tried this recipe today, turned out great.

  5. retrotw says:

    he’s a fucken cowboy

  6. lugiathegod says:

    Ever think that you guys have ansestors that actually invented steaks? Cause it sure as hell taste like it!

  7. CecoBg3 says:

    yea .. that is probably the most delicious thing I ever saw

  8. time2cclear says:

    thank you for your great tips! now allow me to recommend a small add on to your steak that rocks.. go in to the store in the seasoning isle and look for a package of Bearnaise sauce. it’s a easy to make instant creamy butter sauce to dip your steak into. it’s made by the KNOR co .this is a creamy butter sauce usually made by top chefs in 5 star restaurants made to dunk your steak in and i swear to you that once you try it you WILL NEVER WANT TO EAT A STEAK AGAIN WITH OUT IT . hollar back

  9. kurosaiki says:

    @Trike17 beer

  10. JoyeuseXI says:

    @djdavidastbury ‘Tis good to be enthusiastic about something. o:
    Barbecue or not. :3

  11. wolfLaZoR says:

    OMG
    i eat my monitor

  12. RCasto says:

    thank you thank you thank you for the awesome bbq recipes, and making it entertaining! =)

  13. djdavidastbury says:

    lol. you americans make me laugh. so enthusiastic.

  14. mythicalhell says:

    Let’s plate it up! yummmmm!

  15. mycashbackshopping says:

    I’ve loved London Broil since I was a kid. I’ve never been a big fan of marinades for it though. Just a lot of Lawry’s Season Salt both during cooking and when serving, and it’s been great. (As long as it’s not overcooked!) The key as mentioned is to slice thinly against the grain at a 45 degree angle. Otherwise, it’s going to be like chewing your boot! LOL

  16. spirit7462 says:

    mmmmmmmmmmm mm

  17. bwdubois says:

    Ever tried Everglades seasoning

  18. fezan84 says:

    @seifersf8 You wouldn’t trim the fat for a steak that you serve whole, I agree. London Broil/Top Round, however, is served sliced across the grain. You want strips of meat, not strips of fat and meat.

  19. xxdonaldqxx says:

    I had London broil only once. It was the only bad meal my wife made in twenty years of cooking and she is a good cook. Eating that London broil was like chewing on a shower shoe. However the way it looks on this video after about twenty years I might give it one more try. It looks like a tender cut with the right marinate sauce.

  20. seifersf8 says:

    This hillbilly did not just say to cut the fat off…I don’t care where the recipe comes from but you wait for the consumer to cut it off themselves or do the cutting before serving lol

  21. ruven76 says:

    smells GUUD.

  22. djgems says:

    that makes me hungry huhu.

  23. wejetski says:

    im sooo hungry i want steak so bad

  24. miniwick05 says:

    Butcher knife . That’s how you cut a steak

  25. sharkate7 says:

    if there was a hall of fame for chefs this dude would be on the top.

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