Star Wars fan or not, it’s worth your time checking out Disney+’s The Mandalorian, whether it’s your first time streaming the action-packed show or up for re-watching the epic, gunslinging showdowns that take place.
Don’t believe us? Baby Yoda and the faceless bounty hunter went viral for a very good reason, and not just because the green force-wielder is the most adorable icon to hit the internet.
Guess what? OSN is your one-stop destination to stream every episode from the space-savvy saga, and with another season already in the works, OSN will have the latest episodes for all sci-fi fans to binge-watch as soon as they come out.
For those who haven’t seen The Mandalorian, it takes place in the Star Wars universe, set five years after the fall of the Galactic Empire in Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
Lawlessness has spread throughout the galaxy, and a lone gunfighter (Pedro Pascal) makes his way through the outer reaches, earning his keep as a bounty hunter. While on the job, he stumbles upon a mysterious being, which questions his morals as a Mandalorian.
Expect some of the best gun-toting action and showdowns sci-fi has to offer, plenty of Star Wars nods and some hilarious quips, with famed director Taika Waititi is on board.
With a show like this, it’s only fitting that viewers have a dish from out of this world, and as a small nod to a certain green child, why not homemade toffee apples both adults and little ones can enjoy?
A fairground favourite that is great to make for your own barbecues at home in the UAE and chow down on while watching an episode (or two) of The Mandalorain, think of it as a sweet treat to honour Baby Yoda.
Make sure those apples are green. Check out all the ingredients needed and easy-to-do recipe right here.
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