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If you're missing your trips to the cinema, one man has come to the rescue and shown us all how to make our very own Tango Ice Blast.
And it's really, really simple.
The video is titled 'Who else is craving a Tango Ice Blast!?' and has been viewed by thousands of users who clearly miss the iconic cinema snack.
He kicks things off by cutting a few ice lollies into strips, any flavour will do, he says, so don't worry about trying out a few different ones until you find something you like.
Then throw them into a blender with some ice cubes, a drop of food colouring, and some Tango - again, any flavour.
Blend it all together and then repeat the process with other flavour combinations before mixing them with one another to get your DIY Tango Ice Blast.
Told you it was easy.
Now, if you fancy having something to eat to go alongside your frozen drink, how about a foot-long Meatball Marinara?
Well, you're in luck, because the good folks over at Subway recently revealed exactly how to get the same taste from the comfort of your own home.
Before you get cooking, you'll need to make sure you've got all the necessary ingredients in your fridge and various cupboards.
For the meatballs:
For the sauce:
Firstly, place the beef and pork into a bowl, then chuck in the breadcrumbs, the onion, the parsley, the Italian dry herb, the egg and salt. Mix it all together and roll them into balls.
Oil a frying pan and add your meatballs, making sure they are browned well on the outside before taking them out.
Oil another pan and add the chopped white onion, garlic and passata. Once that is mixed, add in some more Italian dry herb, some sugar and salt. Stir.
Next, add in your meatballs, coating them in the sauce. Cover and leave to cook.
To finish it off, you need to slice open your bread roll and add the meatballs and sauce.
Then top it with grated Parmesan, some Mozzarella and a few slices of Cheddar cheese.
Finally, pop it in the oven for 10 minutes at 80°C. And you're done.
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