Smoked London Broil is marinated in a simple ingredient marinade to create a smoky flavor steak. Slice and serve with your favorite side dishes.

Sliced steak on a cutting board
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This London broil smoker recipe is a family favorite. Growing up I looked forward to my dad making this flank steak for the amazing flavor. He would marinate it overnight and then cook to perfection.

Making Smoker Recipes results in delicious recipes that loaded with flavor. The meat is full of juicy center and amazing tenderness. Check out these other smoker recipes – Smoked Chicken Breasts, Smoked Turkey Legs, and Smoked Bologna.

What is London Broil Smoked Recipe?

London broil is a cooking method for certain cuts of beef. It is usually used for top round steak or flank steak for amazing flavor. Both of these cuts of meat have minimal fat, so allowing them to marinate and smoke makes them very tender.

Smoked London Broil recipe cooks in about an hour. Then sliced against the grain for amazing smoked meat.

Ingredients

Ingredients needed for Smoked London Broil - London Broil, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, worcestershire sauce, dijon mustard, minced garlic, salt, pepper

Scroll to the bottom for the full recipe, notes and ingredients in the recipe card.

Substitutions and Additions

  • Change Meat – Feel free to use different cuts of beef to make this recipe. You can easily use a top round roast, flank steak or a round steak.
  • Marinade Ingredients – The marinade ingredients can easily be changed to what you prefer. You can substitute balsamic vinegar for red wine vinegar or soy sauce. Change the seasoning and add in onion powder or garlic powder. You can also use a dry rub add in salt and pepper.

Step by Step Instructions

  • Step 1 – Whisk together the marinade ingredients in a mixing bowl.  
Combining the ingredients in a bowl
  • Step 2 – Place the London Broil in a large ziplock bag. Then pour the marinade over the top. Seal and marinade for at least 4 hours but overnight is preferred.
Marinating meat in a zip loc bag
  • Step 3 – Preheat the smoker to 225 degrees Fahrenheit.  
  • Step 4 – Remove the steak from the bag and shake off the excess marinade. 
  • Step 5 – Place the roast in the smoker and smoke for 45-60 minutes. Smoke until the roast reaches an internal temperature between 125 degrees Fahrenheit and 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Based on how you like your beef prepared. 
Placing the London Broil in the smoker
  • Step 6 – Remove from the smoker.  Loosely cover with foil and let the roast rest for 15-20 minutes. 
Placing cooked London Broil on a cutting board
  • Step 7 – Thinly slice the marinated london broil against the grain and enjoy!

Recipe Tips

  • Room Temperature Steaks – Before smoking meat, you want to make sure they come to room temperature. We usually set out about 20 minutes before smoking.
  • Meat Thermometer – Anytime you smoke or cook meat, always use a meat thermometer to ensure the steak is cooked.
  • Rest Steaks – Once you remove the steak from the smoker allow it to rest on a cutting board. We recommend covering with aluminum foil to keep warm. This allows the juices to marinate in the steak for the best flavor. We recommend to allow steak to rest for about 30 minutes.
  • Slicing Steak – Slice the steak about an 1 inch thick slices to serve with your favorite side dishes.
Sliced Steak on a white plate

How to Know When London Broil is Cooked

Use an instant-read meat thermometer to make sure that the beef is cooked to your preference before removing from the smoker.

Cooking time will vary based on the size of your steak. Cook the steak until internal temperature reaches the temperature listed below.

  • Steak Doneness Rare – 120F, cool to warm red center
  • Medium-Rare – 130F, Warm red center
  • Medium – 140F, Hot pink center
  • Medium Well – 150F, Mostly brown center
  • Well Done – 160F, full brown in color

What to Serve with London Broil?

When we smoke meats we like to smoke our side dishes for an easy clean up. These are some of our favorites and pair well with this London broil recipe.

Sliced London Broil on a cutting board

Frequently Asked Questions:

How to Store Leftovers:

Refrigerate the leftovers for up to 5 days. Store in an airtight container for an easy lunch or dinner for the week. This is a great meat to meal prep with.

What Wood Chips is Best?

The best wood pellets to use for this recipe is cherry, oak or hickory. You can also use a combination of the two for amazing flavor.

Can I Make on the Stovetop?

Yes, you can make on the stovetop. Sear the steak in a cast-iron skillet that has been heated with vegetable oil or butter. We have even placed in a baking dish to finish cooking.

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Smoked London Broil

5 from 1 vote
If you love steak, then you have to make this easy smoked london broil recipe.
Prep Time 4 hours 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Loosely cover with foil and let the roast rest 15 minutes
Total Time 5 hours 30 minutes
Servings 6
Cuisine American
Course Main Course
Calories 401

Ingredients

  • 3 lbs London Broil

For the Marinade:

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Instructions

  • Whisk together the marinade ingredients in a mixing bowl.
  • Place the London Broil in a large ziplock bag, pour the marinade over the top, seal and marinade for at least 4 hours but overnight is preferred.
  • Preheat the smoker to 225 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Remove the steak from the bag and shake off the excess marinade.
  • Place the roast in the smoker and smoke for 45-60 minutes until the roast reaches an internal temperature between 125 degrees Fahrenheit and 145 degrees Fahrenheit based on how you like your beef prepared.
  • Remove from the smoker.  Loosely cover with foil and let the roast rest for 15-20 minutes.
  • Thinly slice the London broil against the grain and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

Use an instant-read meat thermometer to make sure that the beef is cooked to the temperature of your preference before removing from the smoker.  
Refrigerate the leftovers for up to 5 days.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 401kcal, Carbohydrates 6g, Protein 53g, Fat 17g, Saturated Fat 4g, Polyunsaturated Fat 1g, Monounsaturated Fat 10g, Cholesterol 138mg, Sodium 639mg, Potassium 931mg, Fiber 0.2g, Sugar 4g, Vitamin A 7IU, Vitamin C 2mg, Calcium 69mg, Iron 5mg

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