1. Rhubarb and Cream Cheese Pastry
This puff pastry dessert is a mouthwatering work of art. With its thin layer of cheesecake and red and green stems cut into ribbons, it’s such a pretty dish to present at the table. The colours may change depending on the rhubarb variety, which is what gives this dessert its striking checkerboard effect.
Rhubarb and Cream Cheese Pastry
2. Fruit Salad with Confit Rhubarb
Rhubarb is fragile, and can’t handle any direct heat. If it’s put into an airtight bag with sugar and water, then immersed in a boiling water bath for a brief time, it becomes candied without breaking apart thanks to sous-vide cooking. This gentle heating method will produce tender pieces and a slightly sweet syrup, which is then used in our chic fruit salad recipe.
Sous Vide Confit Rhubarb
3. Strawberry-Rhubarb Crisp
On the one hand, we have the sweetness of the strawberry, and on the other, the tanginess of rhubarb compote. Add a bit of cinnamon to this classic duo, and it’s love at first bite for the perfect combination of apple crumble and your grandmother’s rhubarb pie.
CRISPS AND CRUMBLES
4. Mini Cakes with Mascarpone Cream and Pan-Roasted Rhubarb
In this recipe, we roast the rhubarb stems. The ideal texture is firm enough that they still hold their shape, yet once you bite into them, they will melt in your mouth. It’s also hard to remain immune to the combination of rhubarb and vanilla bean—a delightful pairing.
Vanilla Pan-Roasted Rhubarb
Are you a fan of rhubarb? Try our RICARDO Strawberry-Rhubarb Pudding Cake in sheet cake form sold at IGA store across Quebec!