Gwyneth Paltrow shares how to make three ‘ridiculously easy’ holiday appetizers

Gwyneth Paltrow Shares How To Make Three ‘Ridiculously Easy’ Holiday Appetizers That Will Make People ‘Think You’re Gorgeous’

On Thanksgiving, Gwyneth Paltrow served up three ‘absurdly easy’ holiday appetizers.

In a video published on Thursday, the actress pointed out how easy it is to quickly whip up the right appetizer that still makes people think ‘you’re so fancy’.

The Goop founder, 50, shared recipes: potato chips with caviar, something she calls ‘diablo’ and a sauce made with anchovies called ‘bagna cauda’.

The first recipe on the list was ‘Potato Chips with Caviar’. Ingredients include – obviously – potato chips and caviar.

To reduce the appetite a little, she added sour cream and garlic for garnish.

‘I feel like I’m playing the system,’ she said. ‘It’s so easy!’

Hostess with Elder: The Goop founder shares three recipes for appetizers to host a holiday party ¿ potato chips with caviar, something she calls 'diablo' and a sauce made from anchovies called 'bagna cauda'

Hostess with Elder: The Goop founder shared three recipes for holiday party appetizers — potato chips with caviar, something she calls ‘diablo’ and an anchovy sauce called ‘bagna cauda’

She explained the second appetizer, which she called ‘Diablo’ – Spanish for ‘devil’.

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However, hors d’oeuvre does not include any element that makes it a condiment. Instead, ‘Diablo’ is ‘crisp and sweet’.

The former Iron Man star stuffed the pits with ‘goat and sheep feta-ish cheese’.

Unique recipes: She explained the second appetizer, which she called 'Diablo', means 'devil' in Spanish.

Unique recipes: A second appetizer she called ‘Diablo’ – Spanish for ‘devil’, she explained

She then wrapped it in prosciutto before putting it in the oven.

‘When you make something so simple – it’s only three ingredients – make sure the quality of the ingredients is really good.’

For her third appetizer of the day, she made ‘bagna cauda’ – which, she explains, is Italian for ‘hot bath’.

By combining a handful of olive oil, butter, garlic and anchovies in a pan, Paltrow creates ‘one cohesive, unctuous, umami-like sauce’.

To enjoy this gluten-free and vegetarian appetizer, she dips it into a bitter green leafy sauce.

She went on to explain that she sometimes opts for thin slices of bread to enjoy this appetizer.

‘Either I need more alcohol or I’m out of work for two weeks,’ she joked as she made the last of her appetizers.

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