Member recipeMarmite on toast Recipe Rating Static 12345(70 ratings) Member recipe by benno1337Servings Serves 1 Some marmite spread on some toast This recipe has been submitted by the Good Food community. Sign in or create a My Good Food account to upload your own recipe creations. Please note that all recipes will be moderated but they are not tested in the Good Food kitchen.Save to My Good FoodPlease sign in or register to save recipes. Print Ingredients Method Ingredientsmarmitebread (warburtons seeded batch preferably)butterbay leaf (optional) Methodput bread in toasterget out butter and marmiteget toast out of toaster when donespread butter on toastspread marmite on toastserve with bay leaf (optional)eat it You may also like Sweet & fruity Yorkshire 3.1875(4 ratings) Marmite carbonnade 4.4(5 ratings) Buttered wild mushrooms on toast 0(0 ratings) Cheese & chive spread 0(0 ratings) Easy caponata 5(5 ratings) Tartines with roasted tomatoes & mint pesto 5(1 rating) Spiced fruit loaf 3.895835(12 ratings) Grilled steak topped with ceps 5(4 ratings) Comments, questions and tipsSign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion. Comments (131) Questions (0) Tips (0) smallfurrywoodlandcr 4th Jun, 2013 Memo to Head of Section: Good Food Re: Marmite on Toast More like this, chaps. Need to be inclusive. Tony Hall scotto28cat 4th Jun, 2013 3.05Can anyone, Delia perhaps, advise upon where I might obtain a nice white plate like the one in the picture? sambevitt 4th Jun, 2013 Can you tell if the marmite has gone off? Is it like wine? butchermatt 3rd Jun, 2013 3.05I cooked this meal for my wife and children three weeks ago and so disgusted was she with my efforts she subsequently left me. Since then, as word has spread throughout the local community I have become a social pariah. People cross the street just to spit on me. Even the cat has buggered off. To say I wasn't entirely pleased with the results is an understatement. I can only offer a rating of 3.5/5 fayfran 3rd Jun, 2013 I sent this amazing recipe to my American cousin who wanted to sample the very best of traditional British cuisine. However, she was very apprehensive about quantities, as they measure everything in cups over there. I said I thought a slice of bread might be about a cup, but she wanted to be sure. By the time she had squished the bread into a cup and removed it again it was in no condition to be toasted (or 'broiled' as she calls this process). Still, since she had been proposing to substitute something called 'Spicee Cheezorama Dairy-style Spread' for the Marmite, perhaps it was all for the best... anondrew 31st May, 2013 5.05As I'm on quite a strict diet I thought I'd try a more healthy alternative - so I ditched the toaster and steamed the bread instead! I also decided to use some lovely rapseed oil instead of butter. I looked for some reduced salt Marmite - but I couldn't seem to find it anywhere (anyone got any suggestions?). Why didn't I replace the bread with something far healthier (and tastier!) like rice crackers? Well, I wanted to try and stay as true as I could to the original recipe! Anyway - the result, needless to say, was delicious!! irdaze 31st May, 2013 I tried it on a french baguette now I have been branded as pro European and the UKIP have threaten to arrest me if they gain power! thanks marmite! goransson 30th May, 2013 asg24 - Traditional wine to go with this dish would be a glass of Buckfast. But if that is too heavy for you taste and you'd like something lighter Lambrini would work fine as well. crescentofcrisps 30th May, 2013 1.05Frustrating. I used a microwave instead of a toaster. It didn't work. Sorry, but not all of us are lucky enough to have specialist kitchen equipment on hand. I'm certainly not going to go out and buy a toaster for one recipe. scatty3 30th May, 2013 I was keen to try this recipe, but as a busy pie shop owner I doubted that I would have time for the preparation AND cooking after a busy day at the pie shop. I decided to try to adapt the recipe for my slow cooker. I placed the bread in my slow cooker in the morning and happily went off to a busy day at the pie shop knowing that when I got home I would have a nutritious and hot meal waiting for me. Wrong! When I got home the fire brigade were waiting for me. The bread had caught on fire after approximately 7 hrs on the slow cooker on high. A spark from the flaming bread had caught light my spare pie shop apron that was hanging on a hook next to the slow cooker. Thankfully I live next to the fire station so the damage was minimal, but really! This recipe has ruined my life. I probably will never now get to taste this delicacy as it is far too dangerous to cook. Red alert fellow cooks! Do not attempt to take on this recipe lightly. Cook with caution! Pages‹ previous12345…last »next ›Be the first to ask a question about this recipe...Unsure about the cooking time or want to swap an ingredient? Ask us your questions and we’ll try and help you as soon as possible. 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