Grilled London Broil in a coffee & wine marinade

Coffee is not just for breakfast anymore. Here is a wonderful recipe which uses both a wet coffee marinade and a dry coffee rub.* Bon Appétit!

What you will need:
2 – (1.5 – 2lb.) London Broil first cut steak for grilling. Make shallow cuts in each side of the meat. This will help the marinade absorb, as well as speed the grilling process.

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For the marinade:

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1 cup strong brewed coffee (I used Espresso Joe from theQueenBean.com)
1 cup red wine (use a wine that will stand up to the strong coffee flavor!) I used a Shiraz.
4 cloves garlic – pressed
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
1 tbsp. Dijon mustard

For the dry rub:
2 tbsp. each:
coarsely ground black pepper
garlic powder
salt

1 tsp. each:
Red pepper flakes
Ground coffee

• Combine all the marinade ingredients in a bowl and mix until well blended.

• Pour the marinade into a large plastic zip lock bag and add the steak. Give the mixture a good shake. The steak should sit in the marinade (in the refrigerator) for at least 2 hours prior to grilling.

• Remove the steak from the bag, pat dry and coat with the dry rub.

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• For a rare steak grill at least 4 minutes per side, check the temperature, flip and repeat if needed until desired cook is reached – (approximately 140 F. for rare).  Let the steak rest for at least 5 minutes prior to cutting.

• Slice the steak and enjoy! I served it with a large green salad and some garlic bread.


*This recipe is possible due to many bloggers and recipe sites, as I combined different recipes and settled here. Many thanks to all the intrepid cooks and bloggers out there!
https://www.finecooking.com/recipe/red-wine-and-coffee-marinade
https://www.vindulge.com/grilled-new-york-strip-steak-with-coffee-marinade-and-rub/

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