Rhubarb Ade

Makes a lot Prep Time 10 minutes   Cook Time 10 minutes   Rated:

With its vibrant colour this drink is lovely and festive at Christmas time, and was one of my mother's many favoured recipes…she has so many, and I yet have to cook/convert them all.

I love this drink year round, but of course, seasonally is always best. Don't throw away the cooked rhubarb, use it in a pie or with custard, ice cream and/or whipped cream!


Rhubarb is rich in antioxidants and fiber, promoting digestive health and potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases. Additionally, it contains vitamin K, supporting bone health and in the prevention of blood clotting.

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Place rhubarb, sugar, vanilla bean, water and lemon zest strips into Thermomix bowl and cook 10 min/80ºC/ Reverse/speed 1


Allow to cool in mixing bowl.


Add lemon juice and mix 5 sec/Reverse/speed 1


Strain through the basket into glass bottle.


Dilute with soda or mineral water as desired and serve over ice garnished with sliced limes/lemons.


Reserve cooked rhubarb for another recipe…such as this pie!

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