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) endhoos 23rd May, 2013 I've got to say I was initially sceptical about my ability to pull off this little number so I decided to carry out a few dummy runs by rubbing nutella onto a coffee table coaster as it was fairly easy to wipe clean before the next application. I'd get my kids to hold up score cards to give me an idea of how I was performing after each attempt. After an intensive 2 weeks training programme I felt confident enough to try the real thing. I should've maybe kept up the training a while longer as I managed to lose the hearing in my left ear after my first failed attempt and the dog ended up stapled to the curtains after the second. I think I'll leave this one to the pro's, fortunately my wife is taking me out for our anniversary to a real swanky restaurant where i'm hoping I can get me some michellin starred Marmite on toast. I'll post up my review when I get my hearing back, as my balance is still a bit off. kiwikonnoisseur 23rd May, 2013 4.05I made this for dinner last night and OMG! I loved it so much that I just HAD to make it for breakfast. Imagine the looks of wonderment as I was tucking in to a full course meal of Marmite on Toast while I was waiting at the bus stop this morning. grumblebumps 22nd May, 2013 This is sorcery. No good can come of this, you mark my words... dr-lovefood 22nd May, 2013 5.05This is a fantastic and rather impressive recipe to try if you are planning to have any guests round. The bread and marmite compliment one another beautifully. It would be helpful though to know what temperature setting to set the toaster too...I had a couple of unsuccessful attempts. The meal was such a success with my guests that they begged me for the recipe! I may have lied and said I thought of it myself shhh linangari 22nd May, 2013 I would love to try this recipe, but would have to leave out the marmite, as unfortunately where I live the shops do not stock this item. AnkeBrandts 22nd May, 2013 5.05After I did not like the original recipe I substituted Marmite with Nutella and it has become my Saturday / Sunday morning feast. Do try! ew9570 22nd May, 2013 5.05I went to an wonderful little bistro the other day where they did an amazing take on this classic recipe. The (very) young head chef was the architect behind this masterpiece of cuisine. Rather than using the "double spread" method he chose a de-constructed approach. The Marmite was served immediately from the jar on a Thomas the tank engine tea spoon followed by toast, crust removed and discarded. The dish was finished with a twirl of high quality margarine, flora I believe. The simplicity of the dish was what struck me; the viscous saltyness of the Marmite counterpointed against the dry crunch of the toast all finished by the rich softness of the butter made a delightful ensemble of taste and texture. I will definitely be recommending this restaurant to many friends and family and can't wait to return to try the chefs interpretation of triple cooked potato lattice with haricot beans in a piquant tomato sauce colu-romantic 22nd May, 2013 I got halfway through Step 1 and realised I donÂ´t have a toaster. I am sick of these posh recipes that assume we all have the latest gadgets. purseonaity 22nd May, 2013 1.05Thinking that this might make a good appetizer for my next party, I decided to try the recipe on my own first. I am quite certain I followed the instructions to the letter. At first, I was confused. My initial concern is that there must be a misprint, as I don't believe you would intentionally try to poison your loyal readers. What fresh hell is this? No amount of mouthwash, gin or kettle descaling solution has been able to erase this vile taste from my mouth. I am at a loss for words to describe the unholy foulness that remains on my palate. My eyes are starting to weep and my nose won't stop running. If you are aware of an antidote to this toxin, would you please contact me forthwith? Please hurry, as I am unsure how rapidly this concoction will result in death and I don't know whether I need to seek medical intervention. I would be very grateful for any assistance you can provide. Many thanks. carolinelordan 22nd May, 2013 5.05Very good recipe but I found it to be a bit time consuming so I tried a microwave version to speed things up, but this was not as good as using a toaster and proved to be extremely messy plus. Has anyone tried to make it in Breville sandwich toaster? Pages‹ previous« first…45678…last »next ›Be the first to ask a question about this recipe...Unsure about the cooking time or want to swap an ingredient? 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