StoveTop London Broil with Peppers and Onions

Another great guest post recipe by The Gourmet Goddess. Inbal is a blogger at The Gourmet Goddess Official Check out this recipe and all her info

The following is a StoveTop London Broil with Peppers and Onions. The original recipe is ketchup and teriyake sauce but in keeping with Gourmet Goddess tradition of not using bottled sauces I created my own! It was delicious, easy, and involved minimal work!

– 2lb London Broil roast
– 2 large yellow onions, sliced
– 1 large red bell pepper, sliced
– 1 large green bell pepper, sliced 
– 1/2 cup Ketchup OR Tomato Sauce
– 3 tablespoons white vinegar
– 3 tablespoons honey 
– 3 tablespoons LITE soy sauce
– 2 cloves garlic, crushed
– salt and black pepper, to taste
– Oil for searing the roast 
?Step 1: Mix the ketchup, vinegar, honey, soy sauce and a dash of black pepper in a bowl and set aside. 
?Step 2: Season the London Broil lightly with Salt and Black Pepper on both sides and sear in a hot pan. Set aside on a paper towel lined dish when done.
?Step 3: Add the sliced onions to the same pan used for searing the roast. When they’re translucent add the crushed garlic and mix well for 1 minute. (Not longer or the garlic will burn and turn bitter!)
?Step 4: Place the seared London Broil on top of the onions and pour the reserved marinade over the top. 
?Step 5: Cover the pot, raise heat to high and bring to a boil. Once the roast is boiling, reduce heat to simmer (low) and allow the roast to braise for 1 hour covered. 
?Step 6: After an hour of braising, add the sliced peppers to the pot and mix into the pan juices. Cover, bring to a boil again then reduce to simmer (covered) about 1 more hour or until the London Broil is tender and can be pulled apart with a fork. 
*Serve as pulled beef or sliced into a roast, over rice, couscous, mashed potatoes or as is!


Happy Cooking!

About the author

Inbal K

I'm Inbal @thegourmetgoddess_official on Instagram! I started my Instagram about 4 years ago and my Blog went live last summer! I'm a special education teacher at NYC Public Schools by trade, but cooking Whole Foods is my passion! I'm big on health and fitness, and clean whole ingredients! I love entertaining and cooking for my family! Especially my two little boys who have lots of food allergies so we always have to be careful of where/what we eat. I'm super proud to be part of the Jewish community and love the camaraderie us bloggers have built here on Instagram!

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