Marmite on toast
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Marmite on toast

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Servings

Serves 1

Some marmite spread on some toast

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Ingredients

  • marmite
  • bread (warburtons seeded batch preferably)
  • butter
  • bay leaf (optional)

Method

    1. put bread in toaster
    2. get out butter and marmite
    3. get toast out of toaster when done
    4. spread butter on toast
    5. spread marmite on toast
    6. serve with bay leaf (optional)
    7. eat it

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myklarosa
10th Jun, 2013
As coming from a big italian family, dinner time is always something which people are looking forward to. as it was my time to cook i thought it would be best to look on the good food website for ideas. this recipe stood out among the rest especially when i noticed the excellently placed garnish on the side. Anyways after failing 4-5 times trying to get my toast to the colour shown in the picture. i realised that enough was enough and decided that maybe marmite on toast was not a great idea as a main dish.
spike66
7th Jun, 2013
Which side of the bread should you spread the butter on? What about the marmite? Hopefully someone can help as the toast is going cold!
shimeah16
6th Jun, 2013
Really fantastic recipe. Reminds me of my school days. The tuck-shop had a ready supply of these. The only essential thing they did was to replace the bay leaf with a good spread of tomato sauce. My wife and I still reminisce over the 'Good Ol' Days'. I am really glad to finally have the recipe for myself - you are a STAR!!!
bmary55
6th Jun, 2013
Down here in NZ, I've been making a very similar recipe for 55 years now. It took a few years early on to get it right (or so my mother tells me) but now, having seen the photo of your magnificent dish, I'm having doubts about my accomplishment. How do you get your marmite to turn from black to brown?
draper1cr
5th Jun, 2013
Crazy! How could a bay leaf possibly work? Cut the toast into soldiers and dip into a runny egg yolk to complement the saltiness of the marmite if you want more than the pure flavours. The crucial question is: should you use good, salted, English butter, or would unsalted Normandy butter be too daring?
iskallor
5th Jun, 2013
How do you open the jar?
envirowise
5th Jun, 2013
What an amazing recipe - eat your heart out Michel Roux!!!!
sleeming
4th Jun, 2013
I have a 'Come Dine With Me' type dinner party coming up soon and have been looking for a meal that will guarantee me the full 10 points, on top of my amazing hosting skills and boyish charm. I think I may have just found it, but there are so many technical questions that I must ask before trying it. Do I spread the marmite completely to the edges of the bread, how thickly do I spread it, and is it worth practicing this recipe before the night as I tend to panic when it comes to technical dishes?!
chriscampbell10
4th Jun, 2013
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I've been very excited for a good many months about this innovative recipe. My daughter, who recently turned three, has been requesting a very special birthday cake; preferably one in the shape of Daddy Pig. However, as soon as I saw this recipe I felt sure that she would be as overwhelmed as I was by the incredible mélange of flavours present in this unique dish. The stunned silence upon the presentation of her surprise was met by tears of (what I presume was) delight as she tasted "Marmite on Toast" for the first time. Truly a memorable birthday she and her friends will remember for years to come. Thank you, Benno!
edwin1989
4th Jun, 2013
I went for a less fattening version of this and removed the butter and using 75% less marmite. Tasted absolutely delicious with a bit of rocket (in substitute of bay leaf) but felt that that bit more than 2 slices of bread was needed.

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