Thursday 31 March 2016

Marmite Onion Gravy

Onion gravy is delicious but the addition of Marmite takes it to another level. If you are a Marmite hater just omit the Marmite but the Larry tribe love the stuff and this gravy goes down well with all of us. This recipe is based on the Official Marmite Gravy and all credit goes to them. It goes with many a meat dish from sausages, faggots and meatballs to pies, brisket and chops.


2x Large red onions, sliced
1x tsp Sugar
1x tbsp Plain flour
Stock cube of your choice, made up with 500ml hot water
2x tsp Marmite
Oil for frying


1. On a low heat on the hob cook the onions and sugar until caramelised, for about 25-30 minutes.
2. Stir in the flour and cook through for another couple of minutes.
3. Add the Marmite and stock then bring to a simmer for 10 minutes.

Marmite onion gravy is perfect with sausages and mash and for a novel way of serving try Sausage Henge.

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