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Recipes from Gwyneth Paltrow's gluten-free diet

23 APRIL 2013

After a health scare and following a strict diet set by doctors, Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow not only lost weight, she had more energy and looked great.

And the Hollywood star has recently been showing off her gorgeous golden complexion, lean pins and healthy blonde locks on the press rounds, promoting her new cookbook It's All Good.

With Gwyneth's healthy recipes hot off the press you can put the Iron Man 3 actress's super diet to the test and see if it leaves you looking and feeling great too...


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Gwyneth Paltrow's lamb tagine with squash and chickpeas

Gwyneth says: 'Hearty and warming, this slowly cooked dish makes lean lamb seem the most comforting food in the world.

Serve the dish with cooked millet, which has the appearance and texture of couscous with none of the gluten, to absorb all the lovely juices from the tagine.'


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Gwyneth Paltrow's many-mushroom soup

'This soup gets so much depth of flavor from the dried mushrooms and such a creamy texture from being puréed that it's hard to believe no chicken stock or cream is involved.

If you'd like to add a little texture, quickly sauté a few thin slices of the mushrooms in olive oil with some salt and pepper and float them in each bowl', advises the blonde bombshell's kitchen tome.




Gwyneth Paltrow's sweet potato and five spice muffins

The self-professed foodie offers plenty of gluten-free recipes in an effort to combine great taste and good health. Her cookbook says: 'Gluten-free baking is not for the faint of heart. At first as we tested this recipe, we produced heavy or bizarrely textured muffins, but we finally hit the nail on the head with the perfect mix of ingredients.

These muffins are super-tasty and are always a smashing success in my house.'



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