Beware – this recipe is not gluten-proof!!
I am a serious marmite lover.. addict..lover-addict. I am alover and an addict of marmite. But as you might have realised allready if you are an avid reader of my blog, is the fact that me and certain foods or certain foods and me does not mix well.. As per the official marmite website – marmite is gluten-free, but I have my doubts. Marmite does contain huge amounts of brewers yeast though which is considered unsafe for celiacs. It is unclear just how much, if any, gluten remains in the product, but the Canadian Celiac Association recommends that we not consume it. Since it is the principal ingredient in Marmite, we would consider Marmite to be unsafe. Codex Alimentarius has a different standard, and under those rules it can be considered gluten-free if it has less that 200 ppm of gluten. According to wikipedia marmite manufactured in the UJ is 100% gluten-free. So.. who do we believe?
Well, me, I follow my gut, quite literally!
You need (the cake itself is gluten-free and safe to eat)
- 3 eggs
- 1 c sugar
- 1 and half cup gluten-free flour
- pinch of salt
- 1 and half t gluten-free baking powder
- 3 querter c rice milk
- 3 tbsp soft butter
How to – cake
- Heat the oven at 180 degrees celcius.
- Mix the eggs together while slowly adding the sugar, constantly mixing
- Sift all the dry ingredients together in a seperate mixing bowl, then add the dry mixture to the butter and eggs.
- Heat the milk (make sure to keep the stovetop on a low heat) and mix the butter mixture in.
- Pour the cake micture in a pre-prepared pie dish and bake for 25minutes until golden brown.
You need – marmite mix
- half c softened butter / margarine
- 2 tbsp marmite
- half c grated chedder cheese
How to – marmite mix
- Melt the butter and marmite together
- With a fork, gently press holes in the top of the cake
- Pour the marmite mix over the top of the cake
- Sprinkle the cheese over the top
Heat the cake again slightly before serving
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