32 Leftover London Broil Recipes [For Soups, Salads, & More]

Do you love leftovers as much as I do?– Okay, I will admit it– I don’t actually like leftovers.

My dislike of leftovers means that turning leftover protein into an exciting and completely new dish is a must in my house.

I am a very busy wife and mom on the go. On any given day my family has school, baseball, pilates, playdates, staff meetings, and more.

Our busy lifestyle is the reason why London Broil is one of the best cuts of beef for my family. 

I love taking leftover London Broil and whipping up an exciting new dish out of yesterday’s leftovers.

Leftover London Broil Recipes

I spent the last school year trying all of the best recipes for leftover London Broil on Pinterest so you won’t have to!

Here is a list of my favorite leftover London Broil recipes. No matter what the recipe calls for, all of these recipes work by swapping in your leftover beef.

Leftover London broil is very versatile and can be repurposed and reserved for any meal of the day.

London broil is a great cut of meat because it tends to cost less than other, more tender cuts of meat.

This also means that London broil needs to be treated differently than more tender cuts of meat in order to be enjoyable.

If you find that your leftover London broil is too tough to enjoy as a steak there are a few things you can do to make it more tender again

How Do You Reheat London Broil?

The best way to reheat leftover steak is using low heat for a maximum of 30-minutes.

You can reheat leftover London broil in the oven or in a skillet or air fryer. My favorite method for reheating London broil is using an air fryer.

How Do You Tenderize Leftover London Broil?

You can tenderize your leftover London broil by doing one of the following things:

  1. Slice your London broil thin and let it sit overnight in a marinade or sauce that is acidic. The acidity in your sauce or marinade will break down and tenderize the meat overnight. The newly tenderized meat can then be used for sandwiches, wraps, and salads.
  1. Thinly slice or chop your London broil and recook it in a cottage pie, casserole, pasta, or rice dish. 

However you decide to use your leftover London broil, be sure you consume your leftover meats within 3-4 days of cooking. 

How Long is Leftover London Broil Good For?

According to the USDA refrigeration slows bacteria growth but doesn’t completely stop it.

The safest practice for consuming leftover beef is to eat the meat within a few days.

Leftover London broil is good for 3-4 days if properly refrigerated. You can extend the shelf life on leftover London broil by storing it in the freezer for up to six months.

Final Considerations

London broil is a versatile steak that can stretch a few dollars over several meals.

Just because you are working with a thrifty cut of meat doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice quality, flavor, or texture.

When paired with elevated sauces and ingredients you can easily take a leftover

London broil and wow even the most discerning of your dinnertime guests. If you are simply looking to please your family–then look no further than the humble London broil. 

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