Posted: 25/06/2016 at 16:14
Some of those look very goof.
OK loves rhubarb just stewed on its own or with some ginger or in a crumble or cobbler. I like to add strawberries when we have both at the same time. I also make rhubarb chutney and rhubarb cakes.
Someone on A4A posted a link to this recipe for syrup - http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-rhubarb-simple-syrup-pantry-recipes-from-the-kitchn-84304
There are some good rhubarb recipes on BBC Good Food - and this is my favourite rhubarb tray bake:-
RHUBARB CAKE WITH NUTS AND SOURED CREAM
100gr soft brown sugar
100gr mixed nuts chopped roughly
100g butter at room temperature
250gr soft brown sugar
1 large egg
225gr plain flour
1 sachet baking powder
2 x142ml cartons soured cream
300gr rhubarb chopped into 1cm pieces
Oven 180C/gas 4/fan 160C
Line 33x23x5cm tin or grease similar sized dish if you want to serve as a pudding
Melt the 15gr butter & mix with sugar, nuts & cinnamon. Set aside.
Cream the 100g of butter with the sugar till light and fluffy. Add the egg and a spoonful of the flour and whisk that all together. Add flour, bicarb & soured cream. Stir in rhubarb.
Pour mix into tin & sprinkle with the topping mixture.
Bake 30-35 mins until skewer comes out clean.
Serve immediately as a dessert or cool & cut into squares.