Excellent for the season, and simple to make!Thyme Rubbed London Broil w/ Brandy Mushroom Reduction
Complexity Level: Easy
Complexity Level: Easy
What You Need:
4-5 lb London Broil
Brady Mushroom Reduction
1 tsp Bacon Grease (or Olive Oil)
2 Shallots, minced
2 cloves Garlic, Minced
2 cup Porcini (or button) Mushrooms, Sliced
2/3 cup Brandy
To start, rub the beef with olive oil, sea salt, a pinch of black pepper, and thyme. Sear each side to form a brown crust. This is to lock in the juices and to ad a locked in flavor from the rub.
Next, bake the beef for 20 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not poke or press the beef, but rather after baking, let it sit at least 10 minutes before slicing.
While the beef is baking, add 2 minced shallots, 2 minced garlic cloves, 1 tbsp Olive Oil (or bacon grease), and 2 cups sliced mushrooms (porcini are best, but regular button work too!). Sauté just a minute or tow, then add 2 cups Beef stock and 1/2 cup Brady.
Now that everything is ready this is best served with the mushroom sauce on top and your favorite sides! Absolutely wonderful!
I hope you enjoy! I recently made this for a winter party I catered, and it was a hit! To keep warm we actually placed some of the beef into the sauce pot with the brandy sauce. This also helped cook the beef more towards Medium for those who are not a Medium Rare type of Foodie! Still EXCELLENT in flavor and juicy as ever ;)
I hope you Enjoy! Happy Cooking!!
Your winter spread looks delicious. This looks sooo succulent.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much! We had a gorgeous salad, homemade dressings, 2 entrees, 2 veggies, and many yummy desserts! Not to mention some elegant hors d'oeuvres. What a feast ;)ReplyDelete
Now for the beef.... something about meat and alcohol that makes sense... lol
oooh! That looks fantastic!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I am absolutely in love with mushrooms, and the way the brandy and beef married them.....with thyme... YUM!! I hope you have a fabulous Holiday Season! Thanks for stopping by ;)ReplyDelete
This looks mouthwatering...nicely done!!!ReplyDelete
This looks like the perfect winter meal! So fancy and sophisticated =)ReplyDelete
Thanks you! The best part -- it is absolutely simple to make, and everyone will love it! When I was making it for that party, I had guests telling me I was better than food tv! How fun!! And the Brandy Sauce.... FABULOUS :)ReplyDelete
Delicious and it looks like it's perfectly cooked! Thanks for sharing - GREAT recipe!ReplyDelete
Thanks Ann! It was a HIT!!ReplyDelete