Grill Marks in the Iron Skillet

I don’t have a grill. Last night, I was hungry for grilled beef. So, I pulled out my iron skillet pan, seasoned a London Broil with Teriyaki seasoning, and grilled it right there on my stove top.

london broil

To make the grill marks, I cooked the beef, without moving it, for 10 minutes. Then, I rotated it 90 degrees (from 12:00 on the clock to 3:00 on the clock). Then I let it cook for another 6-7 minutes, turned it over, and did the same thing on the other side.

You will, of course, cook it for less time depending on the cut of meat. This cut was very thick, so to get it to even a rare temperature, I cooked it for almost 30 minutes.

london broil sliced

For more great tips and recipes, check out IRON SKILLET MAN: THE STARK TRUTH ABOUT PEPPER AND POTS, book 3 in the Parody Cookbook Series.


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  1. Thank you so much for your helpful shearing post!

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