Rhubarb in pie — that’s easy. But there are many other things you can do with the tangy tart vegetable. This month Electrolux partner Sara Forte of Sprouted Kitchen shares tips, insights, and recipes on how to cook with it.
A cobbler is a classic dessert, partially because they can be put together ahead of time. Make it earlier in the day, pop in the oven as you’re clearing dinner plates, and in a few minutes, everyone is oohing and ahhing over your warm, fresh-from-the-oven, homemade dessert.
While cobblers are great for many reasons, one thing they lack is texture. Especially if served with ice cream (because it’s way more delicious that way), you are left with a bowl of fruity, creamy mush before too long.
The solution to this dessert conundrum is the crumble. It has all the ease of a cobbler in terms of preparation, but it offers that crunchy, craggy topping made of nuts and oats, which can stand up to that delightful ice cream that is scooped on top.
Live.Love.Lux. Tip: Bake a perfectly browned crisp every time with the even convection heat
in our Electrolux Wall Oven.
Speaking of ice cream, vanilla is a great, crowd-pleasing option to counteract the tangy rhubarb in this recipe, but for a more exotic (and dairy-free!) flavor combination, try coconut sorbet.
The best thing about this crumble recipe? It’s gluten-free so your friends on restrictive diets can still enjoy it. Rice flour subs in easily for all-purpose flour.