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Unread 01-22-2012, 01:11 AM   #1
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Default London Broil

What cut is it made from? It has to be a roast of some sort. But which one? I am asking because Beef Jerky is supposed to be good from a London Broil and I would like to know...
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I think different cuts can be used to make a "London Broil"; but it seems that
I mostly see a "Top Sirloin" being sold to make a "London Broil", sometimes I've
seen a "Top Round" used too.
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Hey Terry, for jerky you just want to use a very lean cut of beef. Almost any cut from the hind quarter is a safe bet. Top round, eye round.. anything from that back end. Just as long as its LEAN!

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Just found this:

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London broil Notes: This is the name of a finished dish, not a cut of meat, but butchers sometimes assign the name "London broil" to the following cuts: flank steak, top round steak, or top blade steak. Each would work well in a London broil recipe.

Traditionally I believe Flank steak is used...
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