Stewed rhubarb

Eating rhubarb on its own isn’t really a choice for most of us, so in order to use it, you must come with some original recipes to use it in. Luckily enough, we can do that for you, so just follow this absolutely simple and quick recipe and you’ll be having a nice meal in less than 25 minutes.

Stewed rhubarbPin

Preparation: 10 minutes

Cooking: 10 minutes

  • 4 cups (1000ml) of organic chopped rhubarb
  • 1/4 cup (62.5 ml) of organic cane sugar
  1. In a pot, mix the rhubarb and the sugar.
  2. Cook it for 10 minutes until it turn into puree. And that’s it!
  3. Really quick and easy. It’s not worth buying it!

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“I tried this recipe for my moms birthday and she loved it! I’ve been looking for a recipe like this for a while. I’m definitely going to make it again.”

“This is one of the simplest recipes ever, but very tasty and delicious! My kids really enjoyed it!”

“I found the recipe on facebook and decided to try it today for my husband’s birthday. It was very delicious, he loved it!!! Thank you Dana!”

“I cooked this for my husband for Valentine’s Day and he loved it! Thanks a bunch!”

“We loved this recipe. Our family loved it. Thanks a bunch.”

“Thank you so much for providing this wonderful recipe. My son really loved the way it tasted.”

“this was great! i substituted strawberries and used feta instead of ricotta…perfection! good recipe to use up the rest of the rhubarb…thanks!”

“This is so delicious!!!! I made it for my husband’s birthday on Wednesday, and I had to have mine first thing Thursday morning – which was not a problem because I had already portioned some out to take some with me on our lunch break at work.”

“This is one of the best recipes. Easy to follow and makes me happy to eat this lovely dish.”

“Thank you so much for this recipe! I made it for my boyfriend’s birthday on Friday, and he loved it!!”

“I would like to thank Dana for her awesome recipes. All of them are so easy to follow and so delicious!”

“This was delicious! I made it on Valentine’s Day for my husband. Thank you!”

“The only thing I did differently, (I added 1/4 cup more rhubarb) but otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly as stated. It was delish! And thank you again Dana for another great recipe.”

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