Gwyneth Paltrow's Unique Recipe Troubled by Nutritionist
Her latest cook book "My Father's Daughter," with a new grilled chicken recipe
Gwyneth Paltrow cooking roast chicken with a friend - Image credit gwynethpaltrow@Instagram
Grilled chicken cooking recipes can indeed make a lot of moms interested to try it, the latest recipe comes from a class celebrity, Gwyneth Paltrow. Apart in the list of nutrients that it offers on her website, Goop, seemed strange to some people, but it is always a concern.
However, it is not wrong to try some of the latest recipes. It is very cool!
As then conveyed in the latest cook book, "My Father's Daughter," she revealed its newest roast chicken recipe.
As later reported, quoting CNN Indonesia's website on March 31, unique ideas that will take her in trouble with nutritionists and health.
Gwyneth does not give an explanation of the heat of the fire in a chicken processing, and as expected, the response from nutritionists, criticism comes with the latest recipes, because according to them, there seems to underestimate the risk of salmonella and campylobacter.
The response from them, cook book of her thought seemed less serious to health problems, because of neglect does not include the temperature of how meat should be cooked before ripe and ready to be served, and also ignores the simple instructions on hygiene of hand washing eat before cooking or prohibition of washing of raw chicken with water faucets.
Dr. Ben Chapman, a food safety specialist from North Carolina State University, says that the recipe did not mention if cooked chicken meat is perfect, if baked at 74 degrees Celsius heat.
"I want to see Gwyneth wrote a prescription if the chicken is cooked when baked to a temperature of 74 degrees Celsius. Indeed, there are written at what temperature and how long the baked chicken, but the deadline for the temperature it should be mentioned as well."
Other highlights came from the UK food standards agency issued a warning not to wash raw chicken with water, because this practice will lead to campylobacter.
"Indeed, after the chicken is cooked, campylobacter bacteria die but the problem could spread rapidly. Few, these bacteria can cause disease."
Need more references to it, researchers believe it will lead the reader to the possibility of food poisoning. Important information for inclusion compounding food to avoid cross contamination have been published in the British Food Journal.
The response from the publisher, Grand Central Publishing, also sought to allay public criticism.
Grilled chicken recipe in a cook book "My Father's Daughter" is supposedly baked in temperatures of 200 degrees Celsius for 70 minutes to grill chicken weighing 1.8 kilograms.
Source: SYS - CNN Indonesia, Goop
Image: Gwyneth Paltrow - IG