You are going to find that some desserts are going to leave a lasting impression on your guests. One of those desserts is strawberry rhubarb pie. This offers the best combination of flavors that you can find and this is going to help to complete any meal you serve. Best of all, it will be one of the easiest dishes that you are going to have the chance to make.
When you are looking over the various options out there, keep in mind that you can change things up. While some people will enjoy a standard lattice crust, you are going to find that a crumble crust can work just as well. There are going to be a variety of choices you can choose from. Each will adjust the overall flavor and style. It is important that when you consider your options that you do focus on ensuring you end up with a high quality solution.
As you are preparing your strawberry rhubarb pie, it can be a good idea for you to focus on high quality ingredients. What you are going to find is that you are going to have the chance to discover some delicious choices from fresh produce to organic dairy products that will ensure that you do have the best possible pie that is going to impress your guests and taste far different than any item you have sampled in the store. Take a few moments to consider the following recipe as one of the many options that you will have. Continue reading
Rhubarb is a very hardy plant that started in Asia, recognized for its medicinal qualities rather than its use in cooking. As was the case with many plants and trees of the time, explorers brought samples back home with them to see if they would adapt to their area. They thrived in various countries, finding their way to North America. Rhubarb adapted quickly in places such as Nova Scotia, Wisconsin and eventually out west in Washington, Oregon and parts of California. There were few, if any, rhubarb recipes, but the adventurers of old were a curious lot and figured out different ways to use the stalks in biscuits, pancakes, syrup, and pies.
The many different types of rhubarb offer a variety of taste and color and the bright red stalks are the favorite of most people. There are over sixty species in all and with hothouse rhubarb, if there is a recipe calling for fresh rhubarb chances are good you will find some at the local specialty grocers. Growing it is another option. Talk to your local Agriculture office and find out if there is a variety in your area. Once it is established, all it needs is a bit of care now and then to keep producing.
A red stalk usually means the rhubarb is sweeter than other types. Remember that rhubarb is tart and if you add a bit of apple juice or orange juice, the acid will balance the tartness. To determine how much rhubarb you need in a recipe, estimate 3 cups of chopped rhubarb for every pound. When creating a colorful pie such as cherry, strawberry rhubarb or peach, lattice- work is the most beautiful topping. Continue reading
Sometimes old-fashioned desserts like this recipe for rhubarb cream pie are the best ones to make. Our grandmothers certainly knew how to make amazing cakes and dessert recipes and this rhubarb cream pie has an amazing flavor.
The pastry is homemade and you will need flour, shortening, salt, and water to make it. The filling is made with salt, eggs, flour and sugar, as well as vanilla and nutmeg for flavor, and of course the rhubarb itself. This is an old-fashioned recipe for rhubarb pie. Although many home cooks today do like to experiment with vintage recipes and recreate the foods their mothers and grandmothers used to make, many cut corners by using readymade dough or crusts, simply emptying a can of rhubarb into the piecrust and hoping for the best.
It is worth taking the time to make this recipe for rhubarb cream pie the old-fashioned way though. You will get a great deal of satisfaction knowing you made it from start to finish and there is no way your family can fail to be impressed with the fruits of your labor, because the finished pie is seriously good, whether you serve it alone or with some whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This makes a beautiful dessert after any type of entrée. Continue reading
The following recipe for apple rhubarb pie blends rhubarb and apple for a delicious fruit pie recipe. The fruit is sweetened with sugar because rhubarb is naturally savory and bitter. You can use any kind of apples in this recipe; just peel and core them. If you are using cooking apples you might need to use another half a cup of white sugar, because cooking apples are tart like the rhubarb.
The homemade pastry is very good and this recipe makes enough for one double piecrust or to line a pair of nine-inch pie tin bottoms. Apple and rhubarb pie is nice in a pastry shell so you can line the sides and bottom of the pie dish.
The sour cream adds a rich, smooth texture to this apple and rhubarb pie recipe and the brown sugar adds a wholesome yet sweet flavor. All in all, this is a really good recipe for rhubarb pie and it is beautiful served hot from the oven, with some vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, or served warm or chilled. This pie will keep for a few days in the refrigerator but it is so good it probably will not last that long! Continue reading
One of the nice things about rhubarb is that it is a very universal vegetable. It is because of that you will find that you can make an absolutely delicious rhubarb raspberry custard pie. Not only will you have the tart of the rhubarb to work with, but also the light sweetness of the raspberry combined with the creamy texture of the custard is going to make this one item that your entire family is going to love.
Of course, when you are looking at the rhubarb raspberry custard pie recipe, you might want to sit down for a moment and consider all the options you have for this. This is a dish that can be served warm and combined with rich vanilla ice cream or even served cold with some whipped topping. Another option you are going to have is to take a crumb mixture and bake it on top of the pie as well. The choices are endless, but the flavor will certainly be noticeable.
Keep in mind that when you are making this pie, you are going to want to focus only on fresh ingredients. This will help you to ensure that the flavor of your pie is top notch and that your entire family is going to enjoy it as well. This is really a universal dessert that is not difficult to do, but adds a complementary sweetness to the different dishes that you can make your family for dinner. Continue reading
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