You know it’s spring when rhubarb shows up on shelf and table – and the talk (maybe even the aroma!) of pie is in the air. Wondering what else to do with this unique seasonal veggie – also considered a fruit – besides packing it in pies with some strawberries? Check out our suggestions, hints, and even health tips, along with suggestions for choosing, storing and preserving the stalks to keep them at their freshest this spring and beyond.
The perfect ending to a spring or summer picnic, enjoy a generous slice of Lemon Rhubarb Spelt Cake. It’s so easy to bake and transport, made with fresh lemon, tangy seasonal rhubarb, and healthy whole grain spelt flour. This dense and slightly sweet dessert is always a winner. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
There’s nothing more classic than a homemade seasonal fruit pie for dessert, and the combination of strawberry and rhubarb in a flaky, buttery, made-from-scratch crust is always a winner. Tart, tangy, and bursting with juicy flavor, it’s so much better than anything bought from the store. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Enjoy rhubarb paired with strawberries in this easy-to-make crumble. The sweet-tart flavor of the filling is enhanced by a touch of orange, the ideal base for a crunchy crumble topping. Served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top, this is the perfect homemade spring or summer dessert. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Could you imagine anything better than cooling down with the season’s finest foods and ingredients? A great example: rhubarb and mint, in an irresistible rhubarb mojito! Refreshing menthol melds expertly with those sour rhubarb notes, like the two were made for each other. Learn how to craft this cocktail match made in heaven, right here at Foodal.
With the perfect balance between bright sorbet and smooth ice cream, sherbet is the ideal summer treat. Our recipe for rhubarb buttermilk sherbet is tart, tangy, and not too sweet, not to mention a beautiful pink hue! Check out the super simple method to dreamy summer bliss on Foodal now – it’s sure to become your new go-to!
Springtime is truly one of periods as you abandon the winter and focus on a sort of rebirth that is accompanied by delicious, locally grown fruits and vegetables. With this yeast bun recipe, the sourness and fruity flavor of spring rhubarb is joined with sugary dough as well as crunchy almonds which lends a one of a kind taste that is available only during a select portion of the year.