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london broil cooking time

I have a piece of london broil that I am going to grill tonight. It is about 2. 5-3 inches thick, and is home marinating. Want to cook it rare to medium rare. I will let it come to room temp before cookking, will let it rest after I cook it, and will slice it against the grain.

I have all that down pat, but am a bit hazy on how long it should take- and should I keep the grill temp at meduim to prvent buring the outside!!
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Thanks For medium rare, I'd go about 7 or 8 minutes a side turning once.
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You want about 145 degree internal temp.
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and then let it sit for about 10 mins.
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on cutting board. About 5 or 6 inches over medium coals.
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Thanks for the help. Can't wait for dinner!!
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I cooked onre the other week. Grilled on direct high 5 minutes each side. The cut was 2 inches thick. Temp was 148 when I pulled it off. Ate half of it for dinner, and the rest made great sandwiches for lunch!
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Thanks- looks so good. Maybe I need to remeasure my steak, as the piece that is marinating looks much thicker than your picture.
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I googled like crazy before I cooked mine...
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lol. You get the whole, "Is it a cut of meat" or "Is it a method of preparation" argument. Plus, a whole bunch on scoring or not scoring flank steaks...

(sigh) I'm ready to try it a second time. Honestly, not so much for dinner, but for lunch.

Way more flavorful and way, way, way more cheaper than buying sliced "roast beef" at the deli counter.