Marmite Spaghetti (for true Marmite addicts)

Now before you say anything I know that to be adding Marmite to you spaghetti you have to be pretty darn fond of the stuff, but I find that other recipes tend to only give a hint where as mine packs more of a Marmite-y punch!

This is a super quick and incredibly purse friendly dinner that’s so filling and comforting – perfect for these autumnal nights where you get home and it’s already dark.

So here is my version, amping up the marmite and reducing the butter…does that mean we can also say it’s a healthier version? Maaaaaybe…?

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It’s quite hard to make a bowl of beige look as good as it tastes!

What you need
serves 1
1 serving of spaghetti (I’ll let you be the judge of that)
1 generous teaspoon Marmite
1 teaspoon Butter
Boiling water with a sprinkle of salt
Grated cheese to sprinkle on top (cheddar is perfect)

2 saucepans

Method

  1. Get the pasta boiling in one of your pans.
  2. While that’s bubbling away add the marmite and butter into your other saucepan and melt over a low heat and stir regularly.
  3. When the pasta is cooked to your liking save about 200ml of the pasta water in a mug.
  4. Strain the pasta and pop it back in the pan.
  5. Add the water to your buttery marmite concoction and give it a good stir.
  6. Pour the sauce into your pasta pan and stir it through so it all gets a good coating.
  7. Throw it all in a bowl and add as much cheese as you please!

Yum!

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Alllll the cheese
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ahhh yeah!

If you want to print this recipe out, use the easy to print version below 🙂

Zoe

Marmite Spaghetti (for true Marmite addicts)

Marmite Spaghetti (for true Marmite addicts)

Ingredients

  • 1 serving of spaghetti (I'll let you be the judge of that)
  • 1 generous teaspoon Marmite
  • 1 teaspoon Butter
  • Boiling water with a sprinkle of salt
  • Grated cheese to sprinkle on top (cheddar is perfect)

Instructions

  1. Get the pasta boiling in one of your pans.
  2. While that's bubbling away add the marmite and butter into your other saucepan and melt over a low heat and stir regularly.
  3. When the pasta is cooked to your liking save about 200ml of the pasta water in a mug.
  4. Strain the pasta and pop it back in the pan.
  5. Add the water to your buttery marmite concoction and give it a good stir.
  6. Pour the sauce into your pasta pan and stir it through so it all gets a good coating.
  7. Throw it all in a bowl and add as much cheese as you please!
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