Roast Beef Steak Salad Bowl

There are two interpretations of London Broil. One describes it as the cut of meat (top round, lean cut) while the other is the method of cooking (with the word "broil" in it, using high heat over a short period of time). Which is the correct one?

An attempt on London Broil was made, adapted from this roast beef recipe.

To make a much easier equally delicious beef salad bowl, here's a short-cut is to use ready-cooked beef e.g. this Sous Vide Sliced Grass-Fed Beef Sirloin from Cuisine Solution, sold at Costco. Simpler, hassle-free, and delicious.

Make a batch of roast beef, have different meal variations and enjoy steak salad for days.

The beef may not look glistening, and appear dry but they are tender, especially when thinly sliced.

Roast Beef Steak Salad Bowl
Oven-roasted London Broil*, adapted from Roast Beef recipe
About 3-4 servings of mixed vegetables of your choice e.g. broccoli, green beans, red cabbage
2-3 cloves garlic, minced

Slice beef (against the grain) when done. Steam vegetables with garlic for about 5-8mins. When done, layer the base of the salad bowl with colorful steamed vegetables and topped with sliced beef. (Note: Personally, there was no need for dressing as the deep beefy flavors are more than enough to make the entire dish flavorful).