All posts tagged: marmite

Cheese and Marmite Pasta Cate in the Kitchen

Cheese and Marmite Pasta

I’m back, rather later than I hoped I might be, with another recipe that I’ve been talking about no end on social media without telling you how to make it in your own kitchen. Perhaps a pattern is developing and this is how things will be for a little while (see: dill and sweet potato cake). This is based on Nigella Lawson’s Marmite Spaghetti, but – and I really never thought I’d get the opportunity to say this about a recipe of hers – I’ve actually taken it further in its likeliness to give you a heart attack. Also, it’s quite a bit Marmitier, because I go in hard on Marmite. Since I started working evenings; breakfast, lunch and dinner have lost their solid place in my day. Sometimes I’ll eat 1 meal, sometimes 4, sometimes my day will just be a series of snacks and confusion and too much coffee. When I wake up on the wrong side of 10am, I tend to (when I say tend to, I’m referring only to the last …

Glorified Marmite Soldiers

Gone are the days of waking up on a Saturday morning and manically rushing to the nearest frying pan in order to guzzle down the greasiest weekend treat known to man, the full english breakfast. Everybody craves a leisurely mid-morning meal at the weekend, making a change from microwaved porridge or unsatisfying too-small pots of yoghurt that bring to mind diagrams of the digestive system triggered by very effective imagery in advertising. So, having recently (reluctantly) ditched the urge to put as many bacon rashers and hash browns on a plate as humanly possible, I’ve had to explore the remainder of breakfast territory. This twist on the childhood brunch/breakfast of “eggy soldiers” contains protein from the eggs, a nice little dose of iron from the marmite, and will leave you feeling pretty good, and full until its time for a late lunch. ┬áThe eggs in this recipe are large and organic (anyone else from Brighton, The Archers Butcher is the place to go for meat, dairy and eggs if you’re in to ethical eating) and …