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As far as fast food is concerned, Subway probably ranks as one of the healthier choices, mainly also because it’s one that offers plenty of vegetable options. For those of us who spend most of the busy work day running around with places to be and people to see, but still want something relatively healthy, it’s often a lifesaver.
But if you’ve stuck to your one order for a few years now, you might want to consider adding some pizzazz to your sub. After all, while Subway’s flavour combinations across breads, proteins, fresh vegetables and sauces are endless, it’s not uncommon to fall into a ‘signature Sub’ rut.
So why not try these ones the next time you go pick up a sub:
1. Add some mac and cheese (yes, for real)
Did you know that you can add mac and cheese to your sub? While it may sound odd at first, it makes a lot of sense to add some cheesy goodness to your favourite sub to create an indulgent treat. After all, what’s better than carbs and lots of cheese?
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But if you’re not into over-filling your sub, the mac & cheese is also available as a side to eat separately!
2. Fish on meat, fish on egg, fish on everything
According to Subway’s Sandwich Artists, the most popular protein combination is meatballs with a scoop of tuna. Who would have thought? Apparently Malaysians love our double-protein subs.
This is closely followed by egg mayo with tuna, and chicken teriyaki…with tuna. If the people love it, there must be something to this surf-and-turf approach, right?
But if you’re more keen on just a plain tuna sub, try it with sweet onion sauce!
3. Corn in a cup? Try corn in a sub
It’s time to expand your vegetable horizons! If you’re looking to hit your vegetable quota for the day in a fun way, try adding some corn to your sub.
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An extra scoop of corn doesn’t just taste great, but it’s also a healthier way of adding some delicious crunch to your sub.
4. Layer on the chips
If you’d like to make your sub a little more indulgent, order a bag of potato chips as a side and then rip open the bag of potato chips, and add them straight into the sub!
Cruncy, salty goodness!
5. Spice up your day
Love spicy food, but adding chili sauce just isn’t enough to get that heat kick you crave? Subway has brought back the Spicy Buffalo Chicken Sub with a new recipe that is even hotter. Check out our review, too!
READ MORE: Team TRP Cuba Spicy Buffalo Chicken Dari Subway. Not Bad! [Review]
6. Blast it twice
If you want something that truly changes your sub-eating experience no matter what you order, try double-toasting your bread. Just ask the Subway sandwich artist to blast the oven twice and you’ll end up with toasty hot bread! (It won’t char, promise.)
It makes the bread crispier and hotter, and when paired with chilled vegetables, makes for a truly refreshing sub.
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