AFTERBUZZ TV’S QUARANTINE CELEBRITY KITCHENS FEATURES DONUT CAKES AND TIGER KING SLOPPY JOES WITH GYWNETH PALTROW, MARTHA STEWART, EVA LONGORIA & MORE

Written by: Emily Mae Heller – April 18th, 2020 2:40pm pst

AfterBuzz TV’s Celebrity Quarantine Kitchens

Food is a universal language that brings families and friends together. During this uncertain time, many people around the world are getting reacquainted with their kitchen, trying new recipes or learning how to cook for the first time. Celebrities are no exception!  

Our newest segment at AfterBuzz TV is Celebrity Quarantine Kitchen! What are all of the stars cooking up in their homes to keep busy? We are highlighting the recipes they are sharing all over social media. Let’s see what they’re cookin’ up: 

Martha Stewart’s Crispy Chicken Cutlets and Lemon Spinach Salad 

The delicious and easy dinner recipe for yogurt soaked and fried chicken cutlets with a side salad is a recipe the whole family will love that you can make under 30 minutes. 

Martha Stewart’s Pillowy Soft Sandwich Bread

I had to include this easy bread recipe! It’s great to make on your weekend or to help assemble your favorite sandwich meats. 

Jenna Fischer’s Pink Fondant Donut Cake 

Known for making the most delicious bread and desserts in her spare time. Jenna got a little creative with the cutest cake ever that I would make for any party (or just because!). Check out her full recipe on her IG! 

Curtis Stone’s Organic Chicken, Roasted Asparagus, Herb Pesto Sauce, Chilled Pea & Mint Soup & a Berry Crumble 

This celebrity chef always outdoes himself with his recipes and this is a beautiful showcase of his cooking talents. This gorgeous dinner is a must-do for that special meal with your family or friends. 

Jennifer Garner’s Homemade English Muffins 

One of my favorites to follow in the kitchen always has fun recipes that are easy to make! Her pretend cooking show should become a reality. 

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At the top of the comfort food list around here: @huckcafe’s Homemade English Muffins. There is a fresh batch quickly disappearing from my counter and I thought you might like them, too. I am reposting my own #PretendCookingShow (is that even allowed?) I was thinner then, but am happier now. 😊 (Quarantine note: if your pantry looks sketchy— milk with vinegar/lemon juice = buttermilk. And All-Purpose flour works A-OK here.) XXX P.S. why the obsession with protecting yeast? I’m so sorry. 🙈♥️ . Huckleberry Cafe’s English Muffins recipe (by @zoenathanloeb): 3 cups buttermilk 2 Tbsp active dry yeast 3 Tbsp unsalted butter 3 Tbsp honey 6 cups bread flour 1/4 cup sugar 4 1/2 tsp kosher salt 1 cup cornmeal . 1. Warm 1 1/2 cups buttermilk in saucepan, but do not boil. Place remaining 1 1/2 cups cold buttermilk in bowl of stand mixer with yeast and whisk to combine. Add warm buttermilk to cold buttermilk mixture and whisk to blend. Add butter, honey, bread flour, sugar, and salt and mix on low speed with dough hook for 1 min, until dough comes together. Increase speed to med-high and work dough for about 2 mins until smooth. . 2. Transfer dough to greased bowl, cover with plastic wrap, refrigerate for 1 hour. . 3. Sprinkle 1/2 cup of cornmeal on a clean work surface and dump dough onto it. Sprinkle 1/4 cup of cornmeal on top of dough and flatten into a disk with 1 inch thickness. . 4. Sprinkle last 1/4 cup cornmeal onto a sheet pan. Cut English muffins from the dough with 3 inch round cutter. Cut them as closely as possible, minimizing the amount of scraps — you cannot combine and reroll this dough. 😬 . 5. Arrange muffins, 1 inch apart, on sheet pan. Allow to rise for 1 hour at room temperature, or refrigerate overnight and allow to rise for 1 hour in the AM. 🙋🏻‍♀️ . 6. Preheat oven to 350°F. When oven is hot, heat ungreased griddle or large cast-iron pan over med-high heat. Jen tip: 275°F for the temperature of your griddle! . 7. Drop muffins onto griddle for about 1 minute on each side, until golden brown. . 8. Return muffins to sheet pan and immediately bake for 8-10 minutes (I find closer to 12 mins for me! 🤷🏻‍♀️), until they feel light. . 9. Yum! So yum.

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Gwyneth Paltrow’s Classic Cobb Salad 

This colorful display of veggies and chicken is just what we need to stay healthy while at home. Easy to make for lunch or dinner! 

Eva Longoria’s Chicken Salad Crostini 

For Stella Artois Sessions at Home, Eva helped make a delicious chicken meal with a bread bowl while enjoying a beer. She also helped raise money for Help Main Street that helps local restaurants and merchants.  

Emmy Rossum’s Sunday Morning Oatmeal 

A simple recipe you can make with fresh ingredients in your fridge – this will keep your body full of Vitamin-C and those antioxidants you need daily. 

Antoni Porowski’s Sloppy Joe Exotics 

In honor of the Tiger King himself, Queer Eye star and chef continues his quarantine cooking series with this hilarious version of the classic sandwich. 

To top off all of these tasty meals, you can try one of Martha Stewart’s cocktails: 

Martha Stewart’s 12 Cocktail Drinks You Can Make From Home 

Start with the classic Old Fashioned here. 

Let’s continue to stay healthy and positive with these recipes. Put on that apron, get those ingredients ready and pick up that recipe you’ve always wanted to try. 

If you love to cook and see what celebrities are up to, share this article with a friend. Tune in daily for AfterbuzzTV articles and aftershows for the latest news and info on the world of entertainment and your favorite celebrity quarantine chef. 

About The Author:

Emily Mae Heller is an Emmy-nominated film, tv, live events, and theatre producer, born and raised in Los Angeles with a deep passion for storytelling, sports, and entertainment.

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