Sun. Aug 18th, 2019



Subway, Rotisserie-Style Chicken

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the chicken tasted especially like chicken that had been simmered on a spit. There’s a decent prepared flavor alongside a delicate and delicious surface in addition to a touch of carmelized skin to a great extent. In both taste and surface, I thought that it was greatly improved than their stove broiled chicken and chicken tenders. Except if you spring for additional meat, a great deal of the flavor gets lost between the bread and the produce.

The lettuce, tomatoes, green chime peppers, and onions offered a decent arrangement of freshness and fresh surface yet strangely needed flavor, which may be perfect in the event that you don’t really like any of the above veggies.

The cheddar was extremely gentle however pleasantly liquefied for a gooey smoothness that consolidated well with the daintily sweet nectar mustard.

Sustenance by the Numbers

The sandwich is one of the Fresh Fit choices on Subway’s menu. Our dietitians explored the sustenance data on the chain’s site and were quite dazzled: 350 calories, 6 grams of fat, and 540 of milligrams sodium for a 6-inch sub.

“We wish it had less sodium, however the sub lands determinedly on the solid side of Subway’s menu, and is a decent inexpensive food decision generally speaking,” says Maxine Siegel, R.D. supervisor of Consumer Reports’ nourishment trying group.

Be that as it may, buyers checking the nourishment data on Subway’s site could without much of a stretch be confounded. While the content over the nourishment information takes note of it’s for a 6-inch sub, the image demonstrates Subway’s Footlong rendition of the sandwich. “Except if you read cautiously, you may think the qualities are for a 12-inch sandwich,” says Siegel.


To evaluate the flavor and nature of the rotisserie-style sub, we bought six sandwiches from three diverse Subway areas close to our workplaces in Yonkers, N.Y., for our dietitians and expert sustenance testers to test. We asked that our sandwiches be filled in as imagined—chicken, cheddar (we picked Swiss), lettuce, tomato, green peppers, onions, cucumbers, and nectar mustard sauce on nine-grain wheat bread. The decision by and large was “scrumptious.”

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