11 Marmite recipes you’re going to love (we promise)
When it comes to Marmite, as the cliché goes: ‘you either love it or hate it’. And sure enough, we’ve yet to meet an individual who sits on the fence. But Marmite can add punch and tang to so many dishes, be they a vegan wellington or a baked treat like a scone. It’s full of vitamin B too!
If you’re a lover, read on. We’ve put together a collection of our favourite, alternative recipes using Marmite, from both the delicious. library and blogs around the web. We think these recipes will make Marmite lovers tastebuds tingle, and we reckon they might even convert the haters.
The vegan spread might not look incredibly appetising – the brown, salty, oil-slick of a foodstuff that it is. But, looks can be deceiving – this small but mighty jar holds be the secret ingredient to so many dishes, as well as offering up a flawless toast topper of course.
Have a read, and a taste, and let us know if you manage to convert anyone.
Who doesn’t love a sausage roll? Here, the salty kick of the Marmite enhances the flavour of the pork. The cheese is an extra bonus…
If marmite on toast is one of your favourite things, you’re going to love making the crunchy topping for this epic macaroni cheese. Dark, sticky Marmite takes the cheese sauce to new heights, as well.
One of the very best food pairings – sausage and mash – all packed into a delicious pie, and enhanced with, you guessed it – Marmite.
Debora’s Robertson’s easy recipe for flaky cheddar, chive and Marmite scones is a must try. Eat while still warm, split, with lots of butter and extra Marmite if you like.
They'll make Marmite lovers' tastebuds tingle, and we reckon these recipes might even convert the haters.
Have these simple cheesy broomstick biscuits ready to serve to visitors at Halloween. They can also be plaited and served as cheese straws, when it’s not Halloween.
Marmite is a delightfully tangy addition to these tatties. Add a fried or poached egg each if you’re super hungry.
This juicy veggie burger gives your tastebuds a kick of marmite and chilli – it’s so flavourful, you won’t even miss the meat.
A ready-made cheese and Marmite sandwich. Somehow, the swirls make it taste all the better.
This one may sound too strange for some, but it really is just a salted caramel buttercream. And the saltiness comes from the Marmite. Perhaps not so strange after all!
The sausage plait is made with stuffing mix, soya mince and amped up with Marmite for extra punchiness. Meat eaters will love it too.
The brewed yeast extract adds depth to this hot tangy soup. Served with a dry white wine, this is a showstopping starter or light main.
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