Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis recently released a statement about a former nanny’s claims about their relationship.
However, the salad portion of the story attracted more attention.
People started wondering about the recipe and searched the internet for clues.
Olivia Wilde was happy to share, revealing her secret recipe on Instagram.
On Monday, the Daily Mail ran an article about the deteriorating relationship between Sudeikis and Wilde.
Told from the perspective of their children’s former nanny, one of the most compelling pieces in the story was a salad.
According to the nanny, Olivia Wilde made a salad for Harry Styles with a special sauce.
Drunk and heartbroken, Jason Sudeikis tried to stop her from delivering the meal.
The two subsequently issued a joint statement addressing the claims.
History was to become a hot topic for gossip.
Instead, the special sauce prepared by the actor & director became an obsession for the internet.
Many took to social media to discuss the salad dressing, calling for Wilde to share the recipe.
Sweetgreen, a salad chain, jokingly tried to take credit for the dressing.
The salad chain posted a photo of Wilde holding the restaurant bag on Instagram.
“The salad dressing origin story,” they wrote.
People’s curiosity about dressing led to the idea that the actress had already shared the recipe for the dressing with Food Network.
Either way, the story places Wilde among the celebrities whose recipes people are dying to try.
Olivia Wilde listened to the internet and decided to satisfy everyone’s curiosity.
At the end of Tuesday, Wilde posted a photo without captions on her Instagram Stories, giving people the answer they were looking for.
The photo appeared to be a page from Nora Ephron’s 1983 autobiographical novel, “Heartburn.”
In the lower part of the photo, the passage gave instructions on the salad that Ephron was preparing.
“Mix 2 tablespoons Grey Poupon mustard with 2 tablespoons good red wine vinegar,” the page reads.
“Then whisking constantly with a fork, slowly add 6 tablespoons olive oil, until the vinaigrette is thick and creamy,”
“This makes a very strong vinaigrette that’s perfect for salad greens like arugula and watercress and endive.”
With Wilde’s salad dressing recipe finally released, people will be eager to try it out.