How to Cook London Broil in an Oven at 350

Want to amaze everyone with a perfectly cooked London broil? Follow this step-by-step guide to learn how to cook London broil in an oven at 350.
Medium rare London Broil
Food / August 11, 2023

Trying out new cooking techniques can be intimidating as you need experience and skill to execute them correctly. So no doubt, mastering a London Broil can seem like a challenge reserved only for seasoned chefs. However, you don't need a culinary degree or a chef's hat to conquer the art of preparing a mouthwatering London Broil.

In this blog, we will teach you how to cook London broil in an oven at 350 and amaze everyone with tantalizing taste and juicylicious results. Let's begin!

Step 1: Select the Right Cut

The journey to a delicious London Broil starts with choosing the right cut of beef. You can choose a cut labeled "London Broil" or go for flank steak or top round cuts. If you still can't find the right cut, take help from your butcher.

Once you have your beef for London Broil, resist the urge to dive right into cooking. Instead, let the beefy beauty breathe and relax for about 15-30 minutes at room temperature. This step enhances the meat's flavor during sizzling, making it more tender and juicy when it hits your plate.

Next, it's time to season the cut to bring out all its flavors with simple spices. You can also get creative and make your very own tantalizing mix. After selecting your seasoning, generously massage it onto all sides of the London Broil, allowing the spices to penetrate the meat for a truly sensational experience.

Step 2: Sear and Sizzle

Now that the London Broil cut is beautifully seasoned, it's time to introduce it to the trusty cast iron skillet! Preheat your skillet over medium-high heat until it starts to smoke slightly. Add and swirl the oil around the skillet to coat the surface evenly. This prevents the meat from sticking to the pan's surface.

Now gently place the seasoned beef onto the hot cast iron skillet to achieve the perfect sear. If you want a caramelizing sear, refrain from moving the meat. Let it sit and sear undisturbed for about 2-3 minutes on each side. This will create a delicious crust on the surface while keeping the insides tender and succulent. Once both sides are beautifully seared, use a pair of tongs to hold the London Broil upright and sear the edges briefly.

Step 3: Use Oven for Baking Brilliance

It's time for the main step of learning how to cook London broil in the oven. Preheat your oven to 350oF (175 degrees Celsius). Why 350? This temperature allows the meat to cook evenly while preserving its juiciness and tenderness.

Once the oven reaches the desired temperature, place your seared London broil on a roasting rack inside a baking dish. Elevating the meat on a roasting rack allows hot air to circulate around it, ensuring that every side receives equal love and attention during baking.

The baking time depends on the thickness of the cut and your desired level of doneness. For a medium-rare London broil, cook it in the oven for approximately 12-15 minutes per pound. If you prefer it medium or well-done, you can extend the cooking time accordingly. But remember, there's a fine line between perfection and overcooking. So use a meat thermometer to ensure the internal temperature of the meat is at least 145°F for safe consumption.

How to Cook London Broil in an Oven at 375?

If you want to cut down on the cooking time, you can also bake London broil at 375oF in an oven. Place the meat in a zip lock bag along with your favorite spices to season the beef. Heat the oven to 375°F and place the London broil in a baking dish and position it on the lowest rack. Broil for five to six minutes, then flip the meat and continue cooking for an additional three to four minutes. When the internal temperature of the meat reaches 125°F for medium-rare or 145°F for well-done, remove the broil from the oven. Let the beef rest for five to ten minutes, then slice and serve it.

Step 4: Rest and Relax - The Broil Needs It Too!

As tempting as it is to dive right into that juicy London broil once it's out of the oven, hold your horses. After baking to perfection at 350 degrees, the steak needs some time to settle and redistribute its flavorful juices.

Gently remove the meat from the oven, place it on a clean cutting board or a plate, and cover it loosely with aluminum foil. This step helps trap the heat and allows the meat to rest comfortably. The ideal resting time for this dish is about 5-10 minutes, but it can vary depending on the size of the cut. This short but crucial period of relaxation ensures that each slice will be a revelation of juicy perfection, leaving your taste buds in awe.

Step 5: Slice and Serve

With your London broil beautifully cooked and resting to perfection, it's time to slice this delectable masterpiece. Lay the rested London broil on a clean cutting board and observe the grain, which are the natural lines running through the meat. You need to cut against the grain, which means slicing perpendicular to these lines.

With a steady hand and sharpest knife, slice the London broil into pieces that are about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick. Once you have sliced through the meat, shift it to an elegant serving platter or individual plates. As you arrange the succulent slices, let your creativity shine through by creating a visually enticing display.

To add a touch of finesse, use sides like garlic-roasted potatoes or baked yams. You can also sprinkle some fresh herbs like fragrant thyme or zesty chives for an aromatic touch. In the end, drizzle a luscious mushroom sauce strategically over the slices and serve!

Wrapping Up

Cooking London broil in the oven at 350 is a culinary adventure that elevates your kitchen skills and brings delight to your taste buds. By selecting the perfect cut, seasoning it to perfection, and using searing and baking brilliance, you can learn how to cook London broil in an oven at 350 perfectly!

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