Rhubarb plays a main role in delectable deserts and sweet treats, but did you know this tangy delight is actually a vegetable? It is low in calories and fat, cholesterol free, and boasts 5g fiber per cooked cup. Rhubarb also contains vitamin A and potassium, and it has as much calcium in one cooked cup as a glass of milk. It’s time to try see rhubarb in a new light, so hold the sugar and savor the tang that rhubarb offers.
- Roast Pork with Sweet Onion-Rhubarb sauce. Tart rhubarb is balanced by sweet onions in this sumptuous sauce for grilled pork tenderloin.
- Chicken with Rhubarb. Add flavor to your chicken with this easy, three ingredient dish. Yes, just three ingredients!
- Savory Rhubarb and Lentil Soup. Rhubarb adds tartness to this mouthwatering, warming winter soup.
- Roasted Rhubarb Salad. Rhubarb roasted for just a few minutes is a flavorful topping for a mixed green salad with raisins, walnuts, and goat cheese.
- Persian Beef Stew with Rhubarb. Sweet and sour lamb stew with rhubarb simmered to perfection in a green sauce of chopped parsley and mint.
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