Love it or hate it, this jar of dark brown goo is a student store cupboard essential. The perfect accompaniment to your morning tea and toast or even an afternoon crumpet, but there’s so much more you can do with Marmite.
Before we blow your minds and your taste buds with our five favourite Marmite recipes, here are some random Marmite facts that you never knew you needed to know:
- Marmite was discovered in the 19th Century by a chap named Justus Von Liebig who found that brewer’s yeast could be concentrated, bottled and eaten. Yum!
- Unlike other store cupboard favourites, the Marmite recipe has never been tampered with and remains the same as it was on the day it was born.
- The image on the jar shows a Marmite. Marmite is a French term for an earthenware or metal cooking pot.
Our top five Marmite recipes:
- Cheesy Marmite omelette
- Marmite roast potatoes
- Marmite bangers & mash
- Slut’s spaghetti
- Chocolate cake with Marmite caramel buttercream
Make sure you post your pics to the Facebook page so that we can see and share your delicious creations.