Traditional recipes

This Is John Legend's Favorite Chrissy Teigen Recipe

This Is John Legend's Favorite Chrissy Teigen Recipe


We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

Dreamstime

John Legend revealed what his favorite recipes are from his wife, what he likes to eat on tour, and what he stocks his home theater with.

Chrissy Teigen’s husband, singer-songwriter John Legend, got personal about food in an interview with Refinery29. He told the lifestyle site about his favorite Chrissy recipes, what he likes to listen to when he cooks, what he eats on tour, and his craving for favorite childhood snacks.

Legend teased that there are a ton of great dishes coming out in his wife’s new cookbook, Cravings 2, but for now his favorites are her chicken pot pie and her French onion soup. Yum! However, he did admit that if there is any one food he can make better than his wife, it’s his fried chicken.

While he’s on tour, the 38-year-old eats a lot of egg white omelets for breakfast and chicken and vegetables for his dinners. When he goes overseas, Legend loves to eat in Italy. He counts pasta and pizza as his favorite foods to enjoy in the country where he and Teigen married in 2013.

Legend also mentioned that his home movie theater is stocked with Goldfish and Cheez-Its, because they’re a childhood favorite. The couple also has a nacho cheese dispenser and hot dog machine to make snacks with while they screen movies. John, invite us over! You supply the nachos and we’ll bring the other 10 things you need for a viewing party!


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


John Legend Revealed His Favorite Recipe In Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook — EXCLUSIVE

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are one of those rare celebrity couples who, despite their combined star power, seem like some of the realest people you'll ever meet. Their infatuation with one another is undeniable, yet Teigen's not afraid to troll Legend (hilariously, I might add) about his striking resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur, just like he's not afraid to call his wife out when she won't get off her phone when they're watching a movie together. And when I asked John Legend about his favorite recipe in Cravings: Hungry for More, aka his wife's newest cookbook, his eyes — and really, his entire demeanor — absolutely lit up as he told me his answer.

In case you haven't heard, Chrissy Teigen released her cookbook Cravings 2 on Sept. 18, and to say the least, her fans have (literally) been eating it up. According to Amazon's description of what it calls Teigen's "edible diary," the cookbook "takes us further into Chrissy’s kitchen . . . and life. It’s a life of pancakes that remind you of blueberry pie, eating onion dip with your glam squad, banana bread that breaks the internet, and a little something called Pad Thai Carbonara."

Is your mouth watering yet? In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, the 39-year-old performer tells me that while he enjoys just about anything Teigen prepares, it's her French onion soup that he can't get enough of.

"It makes me very happy," he tells me with a warm smile. "It’s classic, but she has a nice spin on it: a buttery croissant on top instead of the normal bread people put on top."

I haven't tried this recipe myself just yet, but I'd have to imagine that the buttery croissant is a total game-changer. Teigen wrote in her cookbook that, much like her husband, she, too, is "absolutely obsessed with French onion soup," and while her favorite take on the dish comes from Balthazar in Soho, New York City, she insisted, "mine is better." I'll take your (and your husband's) word for it, Chrissy. I mean, how could I not? In the recipe for her French onion soup, Teigen described in mouthwatering detail "the toasty, flaky, buttery croissant croutons" that Legend raved to me about. She wrote,

Anyone else ever feel like Chrissy Teigen is really just your internal monologue's voice inside your head? No? Just me? K.

Luckily, you don't have to sit there and daydream about Teigen's to-die-for French onion soup — the recipe actually sounds pretty easy to make. Per Teigen's cookbook, the soup itself calls for pretty standard ingredients for the dish: butter (and lots of it), olive oil, onions, beef broth, a dry red wine, thyme, garlic, and flour — though Teigen adds a bit of soy sauce to her recipe to give it an interesting kick. Yum.

When I ask Legend to describe the flavors of his wife's bomb French onion soup, he gives me three simple, decadent words: "gooey, juicy, delicious." BRB, cancelling all my weekend plans and buying this cookbook so I can try it myself.


Watch the video: John Legend Picks His 2 Favorite Chrissy Teigen Recipes. E! Red Carpet u0026 Award Shows (May 2022).


Comments:

  1. Frank

    I apologize, but I think you are wrong. I can prove it. Write to me in PM, we will discuss.

  2. Nemesio

    brute force)

  3. Yoel

    Is there a similar analogue?

  4. Abdul-Azim

    I congratulate you, the remarkable thought has visited you

  5. Kenn

    That beats me!



Write a message