From cottage pie to spaghetti bolognese we've pulled together a list of the best recipes for home-cooked autumnal meals. All with one thing in common - marmite!
Possibly the most debated item in your pantry! However, love it or hate it marmite could be the secret ingredient you've been missing.
Why not spread the love and give it a try?
Ever since Nigel Lawson introduced us to the idea of marmite and pasta the trend has taken the internet by storm. For those looking for a subtle way of introducing marmite into their cooking, this BBC good food recipe could be the perfect trick.
Combing marmite, worcester sauce, and ketchup this recipe is a real knock at the pantry door way to create that rich sauce required for a spaghetti bolognese.
Delish author, Karen Williams, has really surprised us with this recipe. For all those striving to perfect the Sunday lunch or looking for a lower calorie alternative to traditional goose fat, this is worth a try.
Marmite delivers the most perfectly crispy potatoes that even the haters will love. The humble potato has never tasted so good!
King of the comfort food this British classic is bound to help you beat those autumn blues.
The key to its success is definitely creating a mouth-wateringly rich sauce. Simply add marmite to ramp up the flavour. We promise you won't regret it!
Want to bake that beautiful, moist chocolate cake we all dream about? Then marmite could be that surprising twist you've been searching for.
Definitely a recipe for the more adventurous chef but we promise you won't regret it. Best of all marmite is the kind of secret ingredient that no one would ever guess. We promise your secrets safe with us!