Beef Rhubarb Dinner Recipes?
Yes! Remember that rhubarb is a vegetable, so, including rhubarb in your dinner menu is a healthy choice!
Rhubarb is usually thought of as a "fruit", and used most often for baking rhubarb pies, rhubarb cakes, rhubarb muffins, and rhubarb breads.
Or, cooked to create amazing rhubarb jams and jellies or rhubarb sauce.
But, rhubarb is also a very suitable vegetable to accompany beef, pork, fish and lamb at dinnertime!
Scroll down for links to pages with recipes for rhubarb and other types of meat.
If you have rhubarb and are looking to make a healthy supper, here are some choice recipes that include beef, and in some cases, more than one type of meat, making a delicious suppertime meal!
Those who claim they don't care for rhubarb may just be a little surprised when they find out that delicious bowl of chili, casserole, scrumptious hot soup, or delectable meat sauce that they just ate contained that very veggie!
Dinners made with rhubarb do not only taste amazing, but they have awesome eye appeal too!
The rosy red of the rhubarb makes a pretty looking dish for any supper!
Rhubarb is also a healthy food choice, containing a fair amount of potassium, vitamin C, Vitamin A, dietary fibre, and calcium and it is low in calories.
One cup of raw rhubarb contains only 26 calories!
Used as a vegetable for supper rhubarb is also a very frugal menu choice. It is so very easy to grow rhubarb, and anyone, who owns even the smallest backyard property at their home, can grow rhubarb!
The harvest you can reap from a rhubarb patch allows you to add a lot of rhubarb to your freezer throughout the Spring and Summer ... ready to be used all winter, until the following season repeats itself!
I always wonder, "Why don't more people grow rhubarb?" It's so easy to grow - it almost thrives on neglect!
In fact, I believe that rhubarb is easiest vegetable to grow!
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