Add Marmite to your cooking


james brown

30 October 2020 0 comments

Love it or hate it, Marmite can be the secret ingredient to boost the flavour in your cooking. Whether cooking from scratch or adding your touch to prepared meals, Marmite can be the perfect solution.

I have listed a couple of meals that I love adding Marmite too. If you are not usually a fan of marmite, like myself, I recommend only adding a little too begin with.

Marmite Cheese Pizza.

Marmite and cheese going perfectly, it brings out the flavour of the cheese. I usually get prepared pizza from the store as don’t have the time to make them from scratch.

Simply trickly the Marmite over the pizza before putting it in the oven, don’t use too much as it will drown the flavour of pizza and you will end up with toasted marmite.
This is one of my favourite meals, it’s quick, easy and delicious.

Marmite Roast Dinner

Marmite has so many places to go if making a roast dinner, it can add so much more flavour, but I would recommend only adding it to 1 or 2 of the following:

Marmite Gravy
I love gravy, I have it on everything. Use Marmite with the stock and add more depth to the gravy. Simply add 1 teaspoon to your gravy, and stir before serving.

Marmite Chicken
I know what your thinking, why would you do that to a roast?
However, adding a marmite marinade to your roast will give it a slow-cooked taste, crispy coating and you can’t help but have more.

To create a marinade:
Use a mug or bowl.
Add a tablespoon of Marmite.
Tablespoon of honey.
A pinch of black pepper.
Splash of vinegar.
2 tablespoons of hot water.
Add any herbs or spices.

Stir until it becomes a paste, making sure to get anything stuck to the bottom of you mug or bowl.
Make sure your chicken is already mainly cooked before adding the marinade as it will only want about 20-30 minutes.

Marmite Roast Potatoes
Marmite roast potatoes are beautiful, crispy and full of flavour. This can also be done to homemade wedges or chips.
In a large bowl:
2 tablespoons of hot water.
1 Tablespoon of Marmite
a pinch of salt.
Mix to create a paste.
Add your potatoes and coat with the paste.
Then place in the oven and cook until golden.

Marmite Beans on toast.

This is one of my favourite quick lunches.
Add 1 teaspoon of marmite to the beans when cooking to create a nice thick bean tomato sauce.

Are you are a marmite fan? Have you tried any of the above? What do you like adding Marmite too?

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