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Marmite Pasta with Mushrooms

Marmite Mushroom Pasta Recipe

Marmite Pasta with Mushrooms Recipe

Use your favourite seasonal mushrooms and pasta for this recipe.

Check out the step-by-step pictures at the previous page.


  • 2 servings (roughly 160g) angel hair or any favourite pasta
  • 50 grams + 10 grams unsalted butter divided
  • 2 tsp Marmite to taste
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp dried parsley or any favourite dried herbs seasoning
  • 100 grams baby oyster mushrooms or hon shimeiji mushrooms ends trimmed
  • 100 grams button mushrooms sliced thinly
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • reserved pasta water

Serving Suggestion

  • freshly grated parmesan cheese
  • freshly chopped parsley


  1. Cook Pasta. Cook angel hair in a pot of boiling water with 1 tsp salt added until al dente (usually minus 30 seconds off recommended time in packaging instructions for angel hair).
  2. Make Marmite Sauce. While the pasta is cooking, make the marmite sauce. Melt 50 grams butter in a small pan and add Marmite while the butter is still hot, stirring with spatula to dissolve it completely. Set aside the Marmite sauce in a small bowl and carefully clean the pan with paper towels.
  3. Cook Mushrooms. Melt remaining butter and olive oil pan. Add mushrooms and dried parsley. Saute for a few minutes until the mushrooms are cooked.
  4. Serve. Add drained pasta and Marmite sauce to the pan of mushrooms. Toss to coat evenly, adding 1 or more tbsp pasta water to bind everything together. Optional: Serve with grated Parmesan cheese and chopped parsley.

Credit: Base Marmite Spaghetti Recipe from Nigella Kitchen

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11 comments on “Marmite Pasta with Mushrooms”

  1. I love cooking angel hair pasta too. They’re so fast and easy. This receipe sounds easy and foolproof. Now I’m gonna get some marmite when I do my grocery shopping.

  2. This is amazing! If I’m run out of fresh source, I’ll just skip the home cooking, hehe…

  3. This is interesting to me, have yet to try marmite pasta.

  4. I have been using angel hair very often cos it cooks fast and absorbs sauce very well :)

  5. Great! and so few ingredients too. I intend to make it soon!

  6. Oh yes! quick and easy recipes to the rescue. Marmite hey! this must be tasty. I wonder if vegemite will be just as good…

  7. Interesting recipe and I don’t think I have ever come across one before. Unfortunately I am not a huge fan of marmite.

  8. Very easy. I have never tried Marmite. Will look around to see if i find it. Always like trying new things.

  9. OMG! This dish is amazingly yummy!! I cooked it for my colleagues and they really love it and asked how did I manage to cook it so well! The preparation was freaking easy & cooking it was as easy as 1 2 3! I used spaghetti instead of angel hair pasta. I was thinking to add chopped garlics before sauteing the mushrooms but I’m afraid it wouldn’t match with the marmite taste. Can I add garlics?

    Picture below shows the Marmite Spaghetti & Baked Portobello that I learnt on noobcook! *giggles*


    • Looks great! Your other pasta dish and baked salmon look yummy too. You can add a bit of chopped or thinly sliced garlic if you want to, don’t think it will conflict with the marmite taste. Thanks for trying out the recipes and sharing the photos.

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