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Recipe: citrus baked rhubarb

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In the depths of winter, the arrival of bright forced Yorkshire rhubarb is a beacon of pink hope. Its sourness calls for a bit of sugar (or lots if you feel so inclined!) to soften, and the accompaniment of something creamy to act as an ally – give it a go with some yoghurt, crème fraiche or panna cotta.

Citrus baked rhubarb

Recipe by

Khoollect Food Editor, Frankie Unsworth.

Photo by

Khoollect Deputy Editor, Lara Messer.

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Preparation Time10 MINUTES

Cooking Time20-25 MINUTES

Resting Time5 MINUTES

Serves4

LevelEasy


ingredients

6 rhubarb stems, trimmed

 

4 tbsp soft brown sugar (or coconut sugar)

 

1 vanilla pod, split and seeds removed

 

½ orange

 

 

To Serve

Greek yoghurt and maple syrup (optional)

 

Recipe by

Khoollect Food Editor, Frankie Unsworth.

Photo by

Khoollect Deputy Editor, Lara Messer.

1

Preheat the oven to 200°C (180°C fan)/350°F. Line a tray with baking paper, place the rhubarb on the tray, scatter with the sugar, add the vanilla pod and seeds, and drizzle with the juice from the orange.

 

 

2

Bake for 15-20 minutes until tender. Serve with Greek yoghurt.

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Preparation Time10 MINUTES

Cooking Time20-25 MINUTES

Resting Time5 MINUTES

Serves4

LevelEasy


ingredients

6 rhubarb stems, trimmed

 

4 tbsp soft brown sugar (or coconut sugar)

 

1 vanilla pod, split and seeds removed

 

½ orange

 

 

To Serve

Greek yoghurt and maple syrup (optional)

 

Recipe by

Khoollect Food Editor, Frankie Unsworth.

Photo by

Khoollect Deputy Editor, Lara Messer.

1

Preheat the oven to 200°C (180°C fan)/350°F. Line a tray with baking paper, place the rhubarb on the tray, scatter with the sugar, add the vanilla pod and seeds, and drizzle with the juice from the orange.

 

 

2

Bake for 15-20 minutes until tender. Serve with Greek yoghurt.

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In the depths of winter, the arrival of bright forced Yorkshire rhubarb is a beacon of pink hope. Its sourness calls for a bit of sugar (or lots if you feel so inclined!) to soften, and the accompaniment of something creamy to act as an ally – give it a go with some yoghurt, crème fraiche or panna cotta.

Citrus baked rhubarb

1

Preheat the oven to 200°C (180°C fan)/350°F. Line a tray with baking paper, place the rhubarb on the tray, scatter with the sugar, add the vanilla pod and seeds, and drizzle with the juice from the orange.

 

 

2

Bake for 15-20 minutes until tender. Serve with Greek yoghurt.

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