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Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Recipe (serves 6)
10 rhubarb sticks
4 pieces of stem ginger/ or 6 pieces of crystalized ginger
juice of 2 oranges
Firstly cut up the rhubarb into similarly sized chunks and put them in a pan with the sugar, orange juice and water. Cook on a high heat until they begin to soften. Then add the ginger. Keep stirring until the rhubarb is cooked to perfection, add some more sugar if needed.
Posted by Olivia Huntingford