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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

What to do with Frozen London Broil

Yesterday, I was in the mood for something easy for dinner. I love to put stuff in the crock pot and let it cook all day. Not only is there a feeling of "getting ahead" by having dinner cooking at 9:30 am, but the house always smells so wonderful. My dad still thinks I can only cook things that are boil-in-a-bag, so this post is for you, Dad.

I got out my trusty crock pot

I boiled 2 cups of water and added two beef boullion cubes. I then added a 1.5 pound london broil, frozen. A little forthought and it may not have been frozen, but this works just as well. I seasoned the meat with pepper, garlic, salt and onion powder. I let it cook on high from 9:30 am to about 1:pm (3.5 hours), at which point it looked like this:

I then peeled and cut 4 large potatoes and 2 large carrots and added them to the pot. I continued to cook on high until 4:00. I turned the crok pot off (to let it cool some) and at 5:00, served this for dinner with a fresh loaf of french bread.

Usually I just put the leftovers in one container, but this time I decided to portion them out to make it easier to reheat. Hubster sometimes comes home late and this will allow him to just pop it in the microwave and heat an entire meal. I also must confess that I ate one for breakfast. It was super yummy.


  1. I never thought of putting the frozen meat in there. I get all irrated when I want to do something like this but forgot to take out the meat. Now I know that it is possible!!

    Looks yummy too!!


  2. I have never bought a London Broil, but that looks good. I put frozen meat in our crock all the time and it always turns out delicious!

  3. Rikki~ I always throw it in least 80% of the time. You can tell I'm a planner.

    Kaye~ London Broil is yummy in the crock pot, but I prefer it grilled. It's just a little too cold to stand out there and wait for it.


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