This is another family favorite. I always cook enough to have leftovers the next night, because honestly, it always tastes better the next day.
The first thing I do is cut a London Broil into thin strips, and then into bite sized pieces. Once that is done, I fry some mushrooms. I love using fresh mushrooms, but I didn't have any at the time, so I used a jar of mushrooms. Fry them in a little olive oil until they are brown and yummy looking.
While those are browning up, I put the broccoli in a microwave safe dish, and cook until they are tender. Junior likes his broccoli a little more done than I do, so I make sure I cook it all the way before adding it to the pan.
When the mushrooms are brown, I add the London Broil to the pan, and let it brown up all around. I usually have to cover the pan for a few minutes to get the beef cooked through.
And that's it. Doesn't it look delicious? There is enough in this pan to feed my family of five for two nights. I don't usually serve anything on the side, but sometimes Junior likes to have a bread of some sort.
While writing this post, I have realized that I am not good at writing out the recipes, so I hope you were able to follow along.