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How to Broil Beef


In many ways, broiling is like grilling: it cooks with high heat on one side, and then the other. In broiling, however, heat comes from above and the meat sits on a perforated rack in a pan. Broiling is a simple and convenient way to prepare many cuts of beef, like London broil.

Broiling is similar to grilling, except your favorite Certified Angus Beef ® brand cuts are cooked on a pan in the oven. Make London broil something new.

Here’s how to broil beef:

  • Always preheat oven
  • Brush beef with oil and season
  • Use a pan with a perforated rack to maintain even cooking and air flow

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