Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Sasha's Kitchen: Grilled London Broil Steak Sandwich

It is officially the start of summer, as yesterday was the summer solstice. That means that grilling season is here. Although my husband and I have outdoor space here in Brooklyn, we do not yet have a grill - something that we plan to rectify soon.  However, when I received some free samples of Nature's Pride hamburger buns and hot dog rolls from the Foodbuzz  Tasemaster's Choice program, I couldn't resist the chance to do some indoor grilling to use some of the free samples. Seriously, what's better than coming home from work to discover a large box with free samples?  I had a nice cut of London Broil from Fresh Direct so I decided it was time to make some steak sandwiches.

Sasha's London Broil Grilled Steak Sandwich (serves 4-5)
Nature's Pride Country White Rolls
2 lb cut of London Broil
1 cup pineapple juice
1 cup soy sauce
grated parmesan cheese
pomegranate seeds

Marinade the london broil steaks (which can be divided into four steaks or into strips) in the marinade of the pineapple juice and soy sauce for about an hour. Then, grill the steaks on a grill pan (or an outdoor grill) on each side to your liking.  We then cut the steaks into strips and further grilled them to medium well, which is how my husband and I like our meat prepared.  I served in a fairly non-traditional way with pomegranate seeds, fresh grated parmesan and arugula on a Nature's Pride Country White Roll.  It was delightful!



  1. Your steak sandwich looks amazing! I do believe it is important to know where the food you consume is coming from. Another option to buy your meat is from La Cense Beef. I work with La Cense Beef which is an approved USDA grass fed program. Our beef is 100% grass fed and is higher in omega 3 acids and lower in calorie and fat as opposed to traditional grain fed beef. The La Cense ranch is located in Montana where they ranch, sell and package their meats to sell directly to consumers. The next time you make london broil steak, I would recommend trying grass fed Black Angus beef. Believe me, you will taste the difference!

  2. I'm salivating just looking at the photo of the Grilled London Broil Steak Sandwich. Grass fed Angus steaks sound delicious. A wonderful recipe is to grill it to your liking where it will pick up the char favors from the grill. What could be easier? No fuss and no mess to clean up. With the right side dishes you have a complete and tasty meal. I have found some great Steak Online
    at LaCense Beef. While I do work with them, they honestly offer some delicious grass fed beef as well as some amazing recipes worth trying out. I highly recommend them.


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