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 October 19

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Olivia Wilde, Celebrity Salad VG

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Olivia Wilde

After the Daily Mail published a tell-all interview with Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde‘s former nanny, in which she claimed Wilde once left the Ted Lasso star in order to bring a salad with “her special dressing” to Harry Styles, the Internet, of course, became fixated on finding the recipe. Well, don’t worry, darlings, because we think we found it. 

In 2020, the Booksmart director participated in the Food Network special Questlove’s Potluck, sharing her recipe for a roasted salmon salad with zucchini and potatoes. Yes, it included a homemade dressing that was made up of red wine vinegar, Dijon mustard, honey, garlic, salt and olive oil. 

To create the creamy mixture, Wilde instructed adding the first five ingredients to a bowl and mixing to combine, then, “in a slow steady stream,” adding 2 to 4 tablespoons of olive oil while stirring continuously “stirring as you go to emulsify.”


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Jennifer Aniston

The hunt for the Friends‘ star’s favorite salad began back in 2010, when her co-star and best friend Courteney Cox revealed to The Los Angeles Times that Aniston enjoyed the same “doctored up cobb” everyday for lunch during the NBC sitcom’s run. (Insert joke about Rachel’s last name being Green here.)

Then, in 2015, Aniston finally offered up her “perfect” mix via an Instagram post for her beauty company Living Proof: “Bulgar, cucumbers, parsley, mint, red onion, garbanzo beans, feta cheese, & pistachios.”

Still, a different variation on the Emmy winner’s salad became TikTok-famous earlier this year and received so much hype that Aniston was forced to “debunk” it in an interview with Elle

“That’s not the salad that I had every day on Friends,” she stated. “I feel terrible because it’s literally taken off like crazy.”

While she acknowledged that the viral take on her supposed go-to salad looked “delicious,” she clarified, “I would never have that much chickpea in a salad, to be honest. Not good for the digestive tract.” 


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Gwyneth Paltrow

In her 2019 cookbook “The Clean Plate,” the Goop founder shared the recipe for the kale and sweet potato miso salad she “could never get bored of.”

In addition to the titular ingredients, Paltrow’s line-up includes grated lime zest, hulled pepitas, sesame seeds and red onion.

The key to nailing this dish, Paltrow stressed, was “tossing the sweet potatoes with the dressing while they’re still warm—it helps the potatoes absorb all that delicious citrusy-umami flavor.”


Original posted at www.eonline.com

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