Baked Ginger, Orange & Maple Rhubarb

Something Clean Something Green

Sometimes the simplest things are the best. Whether it be that first cup of coffee in the morning, or licking cake batter off a wooden spoon, simple things seem to resonate more than the complicated! It’s one of the reasons I try and avoid recipes with endless numbers of ingredients, half of which you have to buy, use one teaspoon of and then let it gather dust at the back of your cupboard forever more! But enough of the passive, celebrity-chef trash talking Ted. Few fruits give me more pleasure to eat than rhubarb, and it’s one of the more unusual ones you find lurking in the fruit aisle! The problem with cooking rhubarb is the ease at which it turns from un-yielding to string-y mush in a saucepan. Here I present to you my (ingenious) solution! Baking rhubarb means it cooks at a more evenly, making it so much…

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