London Broil And Potatoes Recipe For The Ninja Cooking System

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Yes I am still completely infatuated with my new kitchen appliance. If you’ve still haven’t seen it, be sure not to miss my Ninja Kitchen 3-in-1 Cooking System review. So far I’ve shared recipes for Easy One-Pot Monterey Chicken And Potatoes, Homemade Salisbury Steak, and Cheesy Chicken Broccoli And Cavatelli.

Last night’s dinner was London broil and potatoes. The beef was tender and tasty and the potatoes were so good! There were no seconds, everyone devoured this. Here’s how I made it.

London Broil And Potatoes Recipe For The Ninja Cooking System

London Broil And Potatoes Recipe For The Ninja Cooking System

INGREDIENTS

  • 3 lb London Broil
  • 6 lg potatoes (cubed)
  • 3 cups water
  • 3 beef boullion cubes
  • seasoning salt (I used Country Bob’s)

INSTRUCTIONS

Turn the unit on to Stovetop high.

Place the London broil into the pan. Season it on both sides with the seasoning salt.

Brown the beef on both sides, which takes approximately 8-10 minutes total.

London Broil And Potatoes Recipe For The Ninja Cooking System London Broil And Potatoes Recipe For The Ninja Cooking System

Pour the water into the pan over the London broil.

Place the boullion cubes in and then the potatoes.

Using a slotted spoon distribute everything as evenly as possible.

London Broil And Potatoes Recipe For The Ninja Cooking System

Cook with the oven on 350 for 25 minutes.

London Broil And Potatoes Recipe For The Ninja Cooking System

Serve immediately.

London Broil And Potatoes Recipe For The Ninja Cooking System

How do you like your London Broil?

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14 comments

patricia Marsden August 11, 2014 - 12:32 pm

I dreamed of one as we were outside grilling.

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maria August 12, 2014 - 7:53 am

I haven’t made a London Broil in quite awhile. I definitely need to add it to my rotation again. Looks delish!

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Janel (A Mom's Take) August 12, 2014 - 8:51 am

I have a Ninja. I’m totally try this out soon. Sounds good.

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Paula Schuck August 12, 2014 - 8:55 am

I have never tried this. It looks like something my family would love! Thanks.

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Kathleen Kennedy-Leon August 12, 2014 - 9:41 am

This looks like a dish my family would really love–we are so meat and potatoes its not funny -thanks for sharing a new way to make them–always on the look out

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Grace Hodgin August 12, 2014 - 9:42 am

I think the old fashion recipes are the most filling and are the best comfort foods. Looks great.

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Sheila August 12, 2014 - 11:34 am

I have never made London Broil. Have made many roasts, which this looks very much like. Regardless, It is 10 am and now I want to make this. Looks great!

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Marilyn October 29, 2017 - 2:14 pm

I do like my roast medium rare but this doesn’t seem like enough time to cook a 3 lb toast?

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valmg December 31, 2017 - 5:19 pm

I know it does seem like a smaller amount of time but the Ninja cooks things more quickly, that’s the amount of time it was.

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Judi January 2, 2019 - 5:12 pm

Can this be cooked in the pressure cooker mode and then “crisped”?

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valmg January 5, 2019 - 2:49 pm

The Ninja Cooking System doesn’t crisp. I would imagine you could do it in an oven, I don’t because I am all about less steps and one-pot whenever possible.

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Judi January 5, 2019 - 5:15 pm

The Ninja Foodi does have an air crisp feature as well as baking and broiling. It’s pretty nifty, but totally new to me and I’m feeling a bit out of my element. I’ve never used a pressure cooker before (nervous) and hoped that I could use that feature for moisture and then add some color and crisping after. I’m going to give this a go and let you know! Thanks for responding ?

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Jan February 17, 2020 - 4:55 pm

What If you don’t have beef bouillon.

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valmg March 20, 2020 - 12:23 pm

Hmmm. You could use just the water but that might not be very flavorful. Beef broth or beef stock would work.

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