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Dad's Slow Cooker London Broil

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Original recipe yield: 8 servings

2 pounds flank steak

1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed cream of mushroom soup

1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed tomato soup

1 (1 ounce) package dry onion soup mix

Place meat in the bottom of the slow cooker; if necessary, slice meat to make it fit! In a medium bowl, mix together mushroom and tomato soup. Pour mixture over beef. Sprinkle dry onion soup mix over top. Cover, and cook on Low for 8 to 10 hours.

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Sounds good. :whistling:

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Guest Biblicist

I think your Dad must be some cook Chief! :whistling:

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Guest HIS girl

I'll pass this onto my friend, she'll go bananas over this...she's the slow cooker queen!!

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This would taste very good with some fat egg noodles or rice, serve it on top.

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Guest HIS girl

What is "broil" by the way?

Didn't Jesus eat broiled fish and honeycomb after He was resurrected? Luke 24v42.

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What is "broil" by the way?

London broil is a cut of beef. To me it isn't quite a roast but is too big to be a steak. But you can grill it like a steak ifyou marinade it and then cut it in those strips like they show on tv. But I like to use recipies like this instead, closer to the roast angle.

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What is "broil" by the way?

London broil is a cut of beef. To me it isn't quite a roast but is too big to be a steak. But you can grill it like a steak ifyou marinade it and then cut it in those strips like they show on tv. But I like to use recipies like this instead, closer to the roast angle.

Ok, thanks. I thought it was a cooking method. Like boiled and then fried or cooked over the fire.

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Ok, thanks. I thought it was a cooking method. Like boiled and then fried or cooked over the fire.

Well, just plain old broiling (as opposed to "a London Broil") is a cooking method. Just high, direct heat, basically.

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Ok, thanks. I thought it was a cooking method. Like boiled and then fried or cooked over the fire.

Well, just plain old broiling (as opposed to "a London Broil") is a cooking method. Just high, direct heat, basically.

Ah, ok.

I'm sure my sister cooked broild lamb chops and she did it in the oven....?

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