A prolific and precocious springtime "fruit", rhubarb looks like stalks of pinkish green or even magenta celery. Its flavor, however, is much more tart, making it ideal company for sugar in sweet dishes like crisps, compotes, and pie -- from which it gets its second name, "pie plant." But it also lends a puckery-tart fruitiness to savory...
Caramelized Rhubarb Pork Stir-Fry
This quick and easy rhubarb and pork stir-fry looks lovely with red onions and the brightest rhubarb you can find.
Ginger Rhubarb Cake
This Ginger Rhubarb Cake is part coffee cake, part crumb cake, and all rhubarb deliciousness.
This Rhubarb Cake is part coffee cake, part crumb cake, and all rhubarb deliciousness.
Gingered Rhubarb Tart
The warmth of ginger complements the sour rhubarb in this tart.
Rhubarb compote is a excellent way to make easy use of fresh spring rhubarb. It's also a great way to freeze rhubarb and enjoy its tart flavor later in the year.
Try this beyond easy dessert when rhubarb pops up.
Rhubarb compote, whipped cream, and light meringue layered to perfection.
Rhubarb Orange Chutney
Orange juice and zest brighten the rich spices of this rhubarb chutney.