Marmite Whirls are a very favourite recipe of my family...in fact a favourite recipe of my whole extended family. No gathering is complete without a huge platter of them back home in England. I always find it very amusing that even when faced with a table full of foods - it will be the marmite whirls that get eaten first at family events!
So, no huge surprise that in order to get my 'whirl-fill' we now have to make them ourselves for gatherings. We have successfully made marmite-fans of many of our US friends! Hence the need for a step by step breakdown!
They are REALLY simple to make and pretty fool proof (as long as you dont leave them in the oven too long and the markite will start to burn)
Step 1: Roll out some puff pastry (which we buy in sheets over here) and lather with marmite. This is where the squeezey bottle comes into its own! I have attempted a few times to make my own puff pastry, but as of yet - have had no success.
Step 5: Put on a greased baking tray and bake in the oven for around 10 mins at 375 degrees (check them after 10 mins - if they still look a little doughy, leave them a few minutes longer)