Have you ever made a Rhubarb Salad or a Salad Dressing using Rhubarb?
Whoever said that rhubarb was not the most versatile vegetable?
Any meal will benefit from one of these refreshing, mouth watering Salads with Rhubarb or Rhubarb Dressing Recipes!
Salads made with rhubarb make a lunch or supper side dish with ruby red colour, providing not only palate appeal, but eye appeal too!
The combination of sweet and tangy in these salad recipes make rhubarb salads so irresistible.
Most of these salads include stewed or sautéed rhubarb not fresh rhubarb stalks ... munching on raw rhubarb would be much too sour for most taste people's buds!
Although, I have just recently learned that many people do enjoy the taste of raw rhubarb!
As they say, you learn something new every day!
Your family and friends will be curious about the special ingredients... and they will ♥ love it!
FOLLOW the links and see the pictures of these amazing and creative salads - not only is the taste a treat for the taste buds, but the "look" of the salads is a feast for the eyes!
Rhubarb Gelatin Salad With Strawberries and Mandarin Oranges
Rhubarb Spinach Salad With Rhubarb Dressing Recipe
Rhubarb Jello Salad With Celery and Nut Meats
Rhubarb Jello Salad Mold With Mandarin Oranges/Celery/Other Fruit
Many recipes to make a salad made with rhubarb include additional vegetables or fruits, gelatin (For example: "Jello"), or cheese.
Strawberries are commonly included in the ingredients of salad with rhubarb.
It's fun preparing and serving unique and distinctive dishes to friends and family, and salads with rhubarb and rhubarb dressing are a great idea for a touch of something "different".
Salads made with rhubarb don't just taste great, but they are healthy too! Rhubarb is a vegetable, so you are including another veggie in your menu planning when you include a one of these salad!
Rhubarb, (also known as the "pie plant"), contains potassium, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and calcium.
Rhubarb also provides a substantial amount of natural dietary fibre.
Including rhubarb in your diet has additional health benefits, such as anti-cancer properties, aiding indigestion, lowering blood pressure, diminishing hot flashes, lowering cholesterol, and reports of anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-allergy properties.
And for those who are "counting calories", one cup of diced, raw rhubarb contains only 26 calories!
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