Straight up Rhubarb, no berries

I see recipes for Rhubarb pie or crostata or tart that almost always include strawberries or raspberries. If I only want straight rhubarb, shall I just add the same volume of the other berries? Shall I change anything else? Thank you.

  • Posted by: Sammy
  • May 1, 2023


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You'll definitely need more sugar. You should be able to swap out the same volume of berries for more rhubarb.
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Nancy May 1, 2023
Search for rhubarb recipes without other fruit - there are many.
For adjustments and science (if any( see Stella Parks at Serious Eats.
If memory serves, I think the berries are often included to counterbalance rhubarb tart or sour taste.
Trident May 1, 2023
I would say yes on the volume of rhubarb. You will want to add more sugar because the berries lend sweetness. I would also add a bit more thickening agent also but not much.
Sammy May 1, 2023
Thanks so much. It seems there are not as many straight rhubarb lovers as I presumed. I will follow your advice which is what I hoped for.
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