Marinated & Grilled Beef

Grilling season is the perfect time to try Marinated & Grilled Beef. Great all season long, pair with baked potatoes for a delicious meal.

Grilling season is the perfect time to try Marinated & Grilled Beef. Great all season long, pair with baked potatoes for a delicious meal.

I am so glad it’s summer! I love summer food, grilling out!

This recipe I made up because I am cheap. I buy London Broils and other cheap meats when they are on sale in the summer, freeze them and then make this dish.

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I used a sirloin steak this time and it was delicious – but any steak/beef will work for the most part. If you’re using a tougher piece of meat (ala London Broil) really rub it when you have it in the marinade. It does make a difference!

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Marinated & Grilled Beef

Ingredients

  • 1 C soy sauce
  • 1/2 C honey
  • 1/4 C vegetable oil
  • 1 tsp red pepper flakes
  • 1 Tbsp crushed/chopped garlic
  • 1/2 onion, chopped
  • 2-4 pounds of beef

Instructions

  1. Mix together soy, honey and oil
  2. Add in garlic, red pepper flakes and onion
  3. Mix REALLY well
  4. Place meat in gallon-sized zip lock bag and pour marinade over
  5. Leave marinade in the fridge at least 24 hours turning whenever you think of it
  6. Take meat out of fridge at least 1 hour prior to grilling to let it warm up
  7. Cook on medium-high heat on the grill to your desired internal temp
  8. If using for slow cooker meal - freeze once everything is in gallon bag. Take out of freezer and store in refrigerator overnight. Cook in slow cooker for 6-8 hours.
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Grilling season is the perfect time to try Marinated & Grilled Beef. Great all season long, pair with baked potatoes for a delicious meal.

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Comments

  1. Gotta love a good steak! Thanks for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday.

  2. Looks delicious! I’ve been craving a good steak so I know what I am fixing for supper.

  3. Do you freeze with the marinated? do you thaw to grill or do you grill frozen?
    Thank you!

    k

    • Oh no – don’t grill it frozen!

      Yes freeze with the marinade! You have 2 choices – 1 completely thaw and grill or 2 you can thaw overnight in the fridge and then put it (still a little frozen) into the crockpot for 6-8 hours!

  4. If I’m doing the steak in the slow cooker, and want to do only a pound, will the time be reduced?

    • I guess? You could try doing it a shorter amount of time and see how it goes. Sorry – in my crock pot I usually do bigger quantities 🙂

  5. Charma Green says:

    If the London Broil is cooked in the crockpot what is the doneness when it is cooked. Rare, Medium Rare Medium Well, Well, etc?

  6. I made this London Broil as a freezer meal and would not make it as directed again. My husband and I are not regular soy sauce consumers and that’s almost all I tasted in this recipe. I may try again with much less soy sauce and try some broth or something to cut down on the salty taste. The meat itself was very tender after being on High setting for 4 or 4 1/2 hours and the other spices were no problem. It was just the soy sauce.

    • Sorry you didn’t like it – I always get a mix of flavors 🙁 Maybe being un-used to the flavors of soy it wasn’t a good fit for you. I cook this for my family on a regular basis it’s one of our favorites

  7. Matthew McCarthy says:

    My wife and I just did all of the 20 meals and can’t wait to start eating!
    What is the average servings size, for this particular meal, based on 2lb, 3lb, 4lb?
    Thank you so much!

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