I got this great recipe from my mother-in-law who's been making it for years! It doesn't have a strong rhubarb taste. It's sweet and moist. I hope you enjoy making it as much as I do. I always try to use fresh rhubarb, never frozen and then thawed because it doesn't work well.
Rhubarb is one of the most beloved and earliest spring wild foods. Enjoy it in a wide variety of desserts, but also as a unique ingredient in savory recipes. We found a wonderful selection of rhubarb recipes to share. They are all so tasty, you won't
NYT Cooking: Take advantage of rhubarb season with this easy dessert. Baked and unmolded, this cake resembles a pale pink mosaic atop velvet-crumbed and vanilla-infused cake. The rhubarb, which you’ll add in raw, is tangy and tender, firm enough to give you something to chew over. It’s an easy half-hour of prep and another hour and change in the oven, ample time for a light supper, anticipation of dessert hanging in the spring air.