Is rhubarb traditionally eaten in Germany?
What traditional German dishes use rhubarb?
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
You use it a lot i cakes and tarts.
If I recall correctly, rhubarb contains some chemicals that are very very bitter, but than loose their bitterness when mixed with dairy.
That is why many rhubarb cakes contain yogurt or whipped cream too.
- Robert SLv 71 month ago
No,it's eaten regularly.
- kswck2Lv 71 month ago
Usually a rhubarb pie.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Have you just replaced "LARD" with rhubarb? Are we going to be treated to the same parade of questions asking if "rhubarb" was ever used in "country x"? Don't you have chores to be getting on with? Homework to do?
They mostly use it cakes and tarts, often with a streusel topping (you get this variant all over the midwest where German immigrants brought it with them) or a merangue topping.
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- DarlaLv 51 month ago
Rhubarb pie. Of course.
- lauraLv 51 month ago
I love rhubarb crumble with custard or cream