6 Simple, Seasonal Recipes From Gwyneth Paltrow

In addition to being an actor, a businesswoman, and the founder of Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow is also an accomplished chef 

who has written and published more than five cookbooks. Her dishes, which range from asparagus grilled with Parmesan 

to clams steamed in a garlicky wine sauce, focus an emphasis on simplicity and using ingredients that are not 

 only fresh but also in season. You are going to adore these six dishes that have been approved by Gwyneth Paltrow.

This beautiful dish exemplifies seasonal cuisine at its finest. Blanched asparagus is generously dusted with Parmesan, broiled till golden, then topped with poached eggs in the asparagus blanching liquid.

Parmesan Asparagus with Poached Egg

Paltrow says a classic Niçoise salad is one of her favorite dinners. She transforms the recipe into a hearty one-pan feast by roasting tuna steaks over tomatoes, olives, anchovies, and asparagus. Egg-filled ramekins bake simultaneously.

Niçoise Salad 

This simple pasta dish pays homage to the fried zucchini Paltrow frequently ordered at Elio's, an Italian restaurant on Manhattan's Upper East Side, while she was growing up. For a quick and elegant summer lunch, sprinkle golden, lightly fried zucchini slices over al dente pasta, along with basil, Parmesan, and lemon.

Fried Zucchini Spaghetti

"I've always loved the idea of French onion soup without actually liking the soup itself," Paltrow says of this recipe, which includes slow-cooked onions, vegetable stock, and cannellini beans. She was inspired by a dish served at Los Angeles' French restaurant La Serre, where she used to dine with her father.

French-Onion-Style White Bean Soup 

These simple yet tasty burgers are cooked with bottled barbecue sauce, which keeps them from drying out. Toasted brioche buns are topped with pickled jalapeños, Swiss cheese, and pickle chips, then glazed with more barbecue sauce.

Barbecue-Glazed Turkey Burger

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