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This is my mum's recipe. I cheat, however, and use shop-bought shortcrust pastry. You can also use this filling for rhubarb turnovers using puff pastry.
Simply mix rhubarb, berries, sugar and flour together, then spoon the mixture into an unbaked pastry case, dot it with butter, add cover the top with shortcrust pastry. The fruit mixture can also be frozen and used at a later date.
Fresh strawberries and rhubarb are mixed with an eggy custard and poured into a pastry case, topped with more pastry and cooked to golden perfection.
A delicious way to enjoy rhubarb that couldn't be easier. Fresh rhubarb is cut into small pieces and placed into a prepared pastry case. A creamy custard filling is poured over the rhubarb. The tart is slipped into the oven for an hour until the custard is set.
Fresh rhubarb and a sprinkle of cinnamon make for a gorgeous traditional pud.
This old fashioned rhubarb pie is a heart warming, egg-free pie that reminds me of my grand mam. If managing an egg-free diet, serve warm with an egg free ice cream.
Early rhubarb makes the prettiest pale pink filling for this tempting tart. If using maincrop rhubarb, you may need to add a little more sugar.
I can never decide whether to make rhubarb tart or rhubarb crumble – so this recipe solved my dilemma! Fresh chunks of rhubarb cooked in a buttery pastry case and topped with crumble. Sprinkle flaked almonds on top if you like a little extra crunch.
Tastes like a rhubarb meringue tart but it has the extra bonus of having a crumbly topping which makes it extra delicious.
Simple, but sooo delicious! Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or custard.