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Marmite is a yeast spread that is the topic of many foodie debates. Love it or hate it, Marmite is used by chefs across the UK, from menus of Michelin-starred restaurants to Luiz Hara’s Marmite chicken (listen to our podcast on how to use it to create umami in Japanese dishes).
Over the years it’s been proven to increase brain power (according to researchers from York University (April 2017) due to its high concentration of vitamin B12 increases chemicals that are thought to protect against neurological disorders.
Make the most of the spread with Marmite pasta, bagels, muffins and more.
Easy Marmite recipes
Melted Marmite and rump steak are perfect partners in this deluxe ciabatta sandwich, served with plenty of caramelised red onion chutney, rocket and dolcelatte.
Love it or hate it as they say! This quick and easy spaghetti carbonara recipe is a twist on the classic dish using Marmite which gives it a delicious flavour. Serve with a generous sprinkle of parmesan and parsley.
A great big hug of a recipe, with an unctuous slow-cooked beef filling and a cheesy Marmite cobbler crust.
A great way to pack in the oats without adding tons of sugar – cheese and Marmite together is an umami bomb.
Check out Luiz Hara’s crunchy marmite chicken with a quick cucumber pickle. This simple but moreish dish is packed with flavour and an easy weekend recipe to serve friends.
Check out our tomato soup recipe with cheesy marmite sourdough dippers. This easy vegetarian soup is enough to serve four and ready in 30 minutes.
Marmite adds a fun twist to this recipe and gives a delicious savoury flavour to these cheese and onion muffins. Perfect for a quick snack on-the-go.
These Marmite glazed nuts and seeds are seriously addictive and perfect for a quick snack. If you like Twiglets you’ll love this salty savoury mix!
Like Marmite? Then you’ll love our swirly marbled bagels. They’re a little tricky to make, but so worth the effort. Set aside some time this weekend and give them a go!
Two things we love are combined into one with his Marmite hollandaise. It gives the hollandaise a deep, rich, almost cheesy flavour.
Sixtyone is a rare combination of a smart destination and neighbourhood restaurant, situated on the edge of residential Marylebone. The kitchen is headed up by Arnaud Stevens, whose Anglo-French background is reflected in the menu of modernised classics. Every meal starts with a bread basket in which you might find soda bread, ficelles and the Marmite bread that locals happily pop in to buy during the week. We’ve asked them to share their recipe with us here.
Marmite adds a deliciously savoury kick to these cheesy muffins. They make a delicious on-the-go snack, and are a great way to use that jar in your cupboard. Try our other muffin recipes here
This recipe for Marmite bagels combines two of our favourite breakfast items in one great bake. Smother them in butter or more Marmite, if you can handle it.