Gordon Ramsay uses pasta recipe Gigi Hadid gave him

Karu F. Daniels, New York Daily News

Supermodels know how to heat up more things than the runway.

Gordon Ramsay learned that hands-on when Gigi Hadid gave him a recipe he now uses as his own.

The celebrity chef – known for his yelling, cussing and blunt critiques of cuisine – recently hosted a cook-a-long fund-raiser and for one of his dishes he revealed that he used a modified version of the recipe given to him by the model, whom he met in 2016 while filming “MasterChef Celebrity Showdown.”

“Gigi Hadid sent me an amazing recipe a couple weeks back. It was her shrimp pasta,” the Scottish restaurateur, cookbook author and TV personality told “Entertainment Tonight.”

“... I’m gonna do an elevated version of that, almost like a Bloody Mary with lots of vodka and a little bit of spice and sort of do a parents’ Tagliatelle. Simple and delicious.”

In 2001, Ramsay made history when he became the first Scottish chef to be awarded three Michelin stars with his signature restaurant, located in the Chelsea section of London.

The shrimp pasta dish isn’t the only recipe that people have been duplicating from the Maybelline cosmetics pitchwoman. In the early days of quarantine, the new mom shared her steps how to make a homemade spicy vodka sauce that caused a fervor on social media.

A supporter of the United Nations Children’s Fund, Hadid also shared her banana muffin recipe as part of a UNICEF initiative to keep kids learning at home while their schools were closed.

On Instagram, she has an extensive collection of dishes and cakes saved to an older highlight, titled “From My Kitchen,” including a full recipe for banana muffins.

Her mom, former model Yolanda Hadid, was known to whip up dishes during her days starring in “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

So, maybe she’s born with it.