Flank steak is the boneless cut of beef from the animal’s lower hindquarters. It is long, flat and fibrous. It’s usually tenderized by marinating before grilling or broiling. It is often seen on menus as London broil, which is flank steak cooked in large pieces, then thinly sliced across the grain.
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