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7 Springy Rhubarb Recipes

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Rhubarb -- spring's red celery stalk fruit (or is it vegetable?) -- only gets the spotlight for a few short weeks before sweeter strawberries and other seasonal delights vie for center stage. It has earned that spotlight, however fleeting, with its tart and bracing flavor that works well in so many recipes. Long destined for pies, it yearns to break free. Help rhubarb achieve greatness with these seven recipes.

Rhubarb Strawberry Compote by merrill

 

Rhubarb Curd Shortbread by Rivka 

 

Roasted Rhubarb and Strawberries by Ladystiles 

 

Rhubarb and Rose Ramos Gin Fizz by The Dog's Breakfast

 

Anne Dimock's Straight-Up Rhubarb Pie by Genius Recipes 

 

Rhubarb with Earl Grey Tea, Cardamom and Orange Zest by chez danisse

 

Naughty Rhubarb Scones by Midge

 

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over 1 year ago bridget Oland

We love rhubarb juice in our house. My 10 year old goes crazy for it and I can make it year round with rhubarb I put up in the freezer. Here's the super simple recipe: http://bridgetsgreenkitchen...

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over 1 year ago nanw.

it is nice to have a rhubarb dish every now and then but when over used it can lose it's WOW-factor. spread the joy over time, never do to much. also, the compote goes fabulous over plain corn bread or corn cake when you need a rush-desert

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over 1 year ago Ac Sutherland

I'm a Rhubarb lover too - and that's why I love this rhubarb-strawberry sauce that I found here:
http://highjorchards.com...
It's perfect balance of tart - sweet, with just a bit of sugar added, but no starches or thickeners are added so it's all fruit. Use it in these recipes, or usse the recipe on the label - stir the jar into a cup of whipped cream and serve in wine goblets with ameretti, shortbread or tuile cookie.

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over 1 year ago teri.christman.3

I grow rhubarb and am waiting for it to get a little bigger to harvest. Too dang cold in IN. right now! The recipes are inviting! Thinking of using the roasted fruit as a topping for an almond cake (gf) I saw on 101cookbooks! Thanks for the great posts!

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over 1 year ago snowcitygirl

Picked up my first batch of rhubarb and I can't wait to make something with it, just have to figure out which amazing sounding thing to make first...they all look so good!

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over 1 year ago Cathy Gruhn

OMG -- the rhubarb curd shortbread has my name all over it! Can't wait to make it

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over 1 year ago susan g

I have some additional favorites on food52:
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I'll be making these again as soon as my neighbor's rhubarb is ready, and more.