|by Emi Kazuko|
The essence of Japanese cooking lies in its simplicity; the overarching goal is to preserve each ingredient's natural flavor and texture.
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Pierce London Broil with fork and ... Broil. Seal food storage bag and shake well. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour or BBQ. Delicious.
Marinate London broil 24 hours (last ... side. (May be grilled instead of broiled.) Pour mushrooms, drained, in marinade sauce and heat on stove as a gravy.
Sprinkle the meat tenderizer on both sides of the meat. Mix the remaining ingredients and marinate for 24 hours. Broil on grill.
Mix in a ... mix. Place London Broil in heavy duty ... water in the bottom of dish. Add more water as water evaporates. Bake at 400 degrees for 2-3 hours.
Melt butter, add ... side up and broil about 4 inches ... 1 tablespoon melted butter mixed with 1 teaspoon soy sauce. Cook 15 to 20 minutes on low heat.
Total time: 30 ... teaspoon garlic powder. Broil. Cook onion, ... stirring until thickened. Add tomatoes; heat. Slice meat; top with vegetables. 4 servings.
Dust the London Broil with the garlic ... hour period. Grill the London Broil with a meat thermometer inserted into the thickest part. Slice in thin strips.
Marinate meat with ... better. Grill or broil meat. When ready ... thin and place back in marinade and cook on stove for 5 minutes until heated through.
Add all ingredients, ... for 15 minutes. Broil meat on oiled ... Heat English muffins. Place meat on muffins and pour sauteed sauce over meat. Serves 4.
Sprinkle London Broil with meat tenderizer 30 minutes each side. Combine all ingredients and marinate 4-5 hours. Charcoal 12 minutes per pound.
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