Gwyneth Paltrow shares recipes from her new cookbook on 'GMA'

The actress and cookbook author whips up some of her favorite meals from her new book, "The Clean Plate."
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We got a lot more coming up. Welcome back with Oscar winning actress Gwyneth paltrow. She's a business woman and a best-selling author and has a brand-new cookbook called "The clean plate." Welcome. Thanks for being here, Gwyneth. Thank you for having me. Congratulations. This is the first time we've seen you since your wedding to Brad so how is married life. I love it. So far so good. All right. I love it. Who was your favorite part of the night? I think just, you being around all of our really old -- we had a very small wedding. We both have really old friends from elementary school and high school and that was the bulk of our friends that were there and it was just really special. It's beautiful. Again, congratulations. We're so happy for you. Guys. Your fourth cookbook. Ah. Your fourth cookbook. We'll cook teriyaki chicken. Yep. So tell me how we get started and talk about the book while we're cooking. Okay, so here we've got some boneless skinless chicken thighs and thighs are nice to use because they have a lot of flavor and have been marinating in some ginger and coconut aminos. We don't use soy in the book. This book is ail allergen free as possible. You let these marinate and you can just brush your pan with some oil. Ooh. All right. And then you just let them -- Saute that smells so good. I love that. Smells good. Ginger. Garlic and ginger, always a winning combination. While that's cooking you work on -- This is a teriyaki rice bowl but we're making it with cauliflower rice. My favorite kind. Okay, good. I want to eat right. That's a staple. If you're keto, this book is great for you. Call flower race is great if you want to be light on carbs. We eat it all the time. We love it. Normally they tell you to pulse it in a food processor. Some people don't have one. If you have your grandmother's old-fashioned grater. Grocery stores by the way sometimes sell it already done. I may be a fan of that. It kind of makes a mess. You get a little bit of an elbow workout in here. You have green onions, scallions. Yeah, so then basically you saute your call flower rice in a saute pan and have a little neutral oil and saute it. I like to get it a little brown so you get that nice browned flavor. And then add some toasted sesame oil and scallions and some beautiful sea salt to bring out the flavor. I'm so excited about this. What do you garnish it with. So then what we like to do, I can kind of make one. This is the finished call flower -- cauliflower rice. You are a nice audience, by the way. And this is one of your kids' favorite meals. They love -- kids love when they can arrange their own bowl so you can be flexible with all these ingredients. It's kind of like loosely based on a Korean rice bowl. Here's some grated carrots, of course and just any kind of good old-fashioned lettuce. Cilantro, cucumber. My husband doesn't like cilantro. I wouldn't do it but it's my favorite thing so -- You can do it now. He's not here. This is basically my favorite food. It's kimchi. Kimchi. Fermented cabbage with chili. So good for you too. And so I eatons of kimchi then you can just once this

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