Strawberry Rhubarb Torte
Total TimePrep: 40 min. + chilling
Been making and inhaling this delectable stuff in spring for about 50 years. The recipe as printed is easy to follow. Why in Heaven's name anybody would suggest the lady fingers should be listed at the beginning of the ingredients is beyond me! People, READ a recipe in its entirety - with a magnifying glass, if need be, BEFORE you begin cooking! That was my first instruction when I began cooking/baking at the age of ....10? Years later, my home ec. teacher would have fits if we didn't read our recipe first and then assemble all ingredients in the order they would be used. Thanks for printing this - it absolutely tastes of Spring! Have to agree, though, with the cook who said this web site is SLOW! It.....realllly.......IS....Slooooow....!
Haven't tried yet but this recipe will definately be used during rhubarb season. Anyone thinking this recipe is hard doesn't cook very much!
Haven't tried yet but this recipe will definatly be used during rhubarb season. Anyone thinking this recipe is hard doesn't cook very much!
I usually have a hard time finding rhubarb, but this will be the first thing I make when I do.
Fantastic, so worth the time!
This was an excellent recipe! I made this for Mother's day and although it said it served 4 I served 7 with seconds and leftovers. Lady fingers aren't easy to find in my small town so I baked an angel food cake, sliced it and used it instead. Also I didn't have rhubarb so I used huckleberries which are a very tart berry. This was a fair amount of work but it was well worth it!!
I also missed the Lady Fingers the first time I read the recipe. They should be listed first. Please, please, PLEASE do something to speed your site up! It is unbearably SLOW!
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I knew I bought that rhubard yesterday for something. (And Canuck girl - re-read the recipe please. Ladyfingers are the 7th item listed in the ingredients.) This was yummy.