There is more to vegemite than having it on toast or in a sandwich, why not try one of these vegemite recipes?
Mince like you have never tasted it before! Serve with pasta or mashed potato or you can use it as a pie filling.
One of the best toppings for jacket potatoes ever!! So tasty you'll end up having them for lunch every day!
Brown rice, lentils, breadcrumbs, onions and tomatoes are combined with eggs and herbs and then baked. Sprinkle with extra grated cheese and bake uncovered for an additional 5 minutes for a cheesy top. Meat for the veggos!
A slightly thinner version of vegemite scrolls with herbs and mustard. These snails make great finger food. Freezing the roll for 30 mins makes them easier to cut thin but is not essential.
Vegemite, cheese and chilli grilled inside two tortillas. You can also fry them with a little oil in a frypan. Serve cut into quarters.
Like bucket chemistry - a bit of this, a bit of that - this is easy to put together. You just need to be hungry for a tasty hearty meal. This recipe can also be used for spag bol, except without the white sauce or lasagne sheets.
A quick treat with an Aussie flavour.
This recipe has been made in my family for years, I've even started passing it on to friends as they enjoy it a lot! For a treat, add a dollop of sour cream to finish if you're not vegan (although vegan sour creams are available in some health stores).
This the sauce I use for the nut roast. I thought it was worth posting it as a separate recipe cos it's definitely sauce weather again. I don't strain it - I prefer it all chunky.
This mixture can be kept in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days.
This version of the mouse trap uses Marmite and cheese toasted in the oven on bread. Adjust the amount of Marmite and cheese to taste.
This simple pasta dish has cooked and drained pasta topped with vegemite for a quick and easy lunch or side dish. If your a kiwi, use Marmite instead.
This easy creamy carrot and rice soup is seasoned with thyme, parsley, celery salt and a bit of Marmite. Goes great with crusty bread or cheese toasties.
This is a vegetarian nut loaf that is great for Christmas or Easter, a Sunday lunch or any of those times when a meat roast is traditional. It's got a real "meaty" taste. This also includes a recipe for mushroom sauce/gravy. The original sauce recipe said to strain the sauce before serving but I prefer to just serve as it is-chunky and tasty!
To make the Vegemite cheesecake, you will only need a very small dose of it. It will infuse the whole cake easily and the salty malty flavour harmonises perfectly with the sweetness of the cake. Also don’t forget, Vegemite is yeast extract; by adding it into the cake will make it even fluffier! I believe substitute the vegemite, with the new Cheesybite (AKA iSnack 2.0) will taste even better!
I'm not sure if people do this or have heard of it, but it's a great snack for yourself or to make with the kids, and healthy too.
I found that when it's cold, vegemite tears very fresh bread when you try to spread it or runs over the margarine or butter in as glob, refusing to spread at all.
In this vegetarian shepherd's pie we use a tasty mix of lentils, barley, walnuts and vegetables instead of mince.
A great, tasty yet simple snack idea. Who didn't have these treats when they were growing up? You'll love them.