Subway releases the recipes for your favourite subs and treats
Now you can recreate a Subway meal deal at home...
Subway is an absolute mainstay of the British high street. Its breakfast offers are amazing, you can't get near the place at lunchtime, and at pub closing time, it's rush hour all over again. We love the place and have been lost without it during the two long months of lockdown.
Mercifully, the chain has heard our cries – and it's released the recipes of all our favourite Subway treats.
One of the best things about Subway is the bread. It's the backbone of everything we love about the place, with such delicious variety. This recipe is for the Italian herb and cheese loaf but, needless to say, you can leave it plain or bend the rules and make it exactly how you like it. Let us know if you plan on changing it up – we're always open to new ideas.
Subway really knows its audience – and as such, one of the recipes it has released is for the nation's favourite sub, the Meatball Marinara. If you haven't had to return to work after lunch with some of this down your shirt, you've never lived. This recipe is the meat version – but do let us know if you make the vegetarian version, as we'd love to know if it's as good.
We're not saying Subway is unhealthy (it's just sandwiches, right?) but the company has also given us a "more healthy" option to make ourselves: the Chicken Teriyaki sub. When you're all meatballed out, you should give this a go – it's sweet and savoury, and like a little piece of Japan on a bun.
And don't think the Subway crew has forgotten about desert. If you can come out of Subway without buying a cookie, you've got more willpower than us. It's time to treat yourself, because these are gooey and chocolatey... and you really don't want to miss out.
There are about 20 sauce options at Subway, most of which are roughly the same as the versions you can get at the shops – but not this one. Subway's Southwest sauce is uniquely Subway, and now you can have it at home.