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Marmite lovers only: LISA’s Marmite Hummus Recipes

Adding to the list of quintessential Kiwi brand collaborations, LISA’s Hummus and Marmite have ‘collided’ to create LISA’s MarmiteTM Hummus.

Both brands have retained their signature styles with the collaboration: LISA’s Marmite Hummus still has the same high-quality ingredients – chickpea, garlic, tahini and a squeeze of lemon juice – plus the added bonus of Marmite-y goodness.

So, for all you Marmite fans out there, here are a few recipes to knock the socks off your fellow Marmite-loving friends and family!

The ‘MLT’

Ingredients:

  • LISA’S Marmite Hummus
  • Bagel
  • Lettuce
  • Tomato
  • Avocado
  • Red Onion
  • Nuts and Seeds

Assembly:

Toast bagel, spread with LISA’S Marmite Hummus, add lettuce, tomato, avocado, and red onion. Garnish with nuts and seeds. Complete by adding bagel top.  

Marmite Sammie

Ingredients:

  • Bread
  • LISA’s Marmite Hummus
  • Chips
  • Pickles

Assembly:

Spread bread with LISA’S Marmite Hummus, add your favourite chippies. Garnish with pickles. Yummo!

Grazing Platter

Ingredients:

This platter allows you to use a variety of your favourite platter ingredients, feel free to experiment! 

We’ve used a mix of vegetables, fruit, cheese, nuts, snacks and deli items.

  • LISA’s Marmite Hummus
  • Vegetables – carrots, cucumber, celery, radish, cauliflower, snow peas, cherry tomatoes (technically they are a fruit!)  
  • Fruit – orange, dried apricots, pineapple, grapes, strawberries, pomegranate, kiwifruit
  • Cheese – use a selection of soft and hard cheeses
  • Nuts and Snacks – almonds, crackers, pretzels, beetroot chips
  • Deli items – stuffed piquante peppers, olives

Assembly:

Lay down cheese and LISA’S Marmite Hummus first, build up your platter putting bigger items on the board first like grapes. Add piles of ingredients close to the items already on the board. Keep layering with more ingredients. Fill all the gaps. Garnish with edible flowers and pomegranate seeds. Done!

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