This old fashioned rhubarb cake is incredibly moist, fluffy and spongy! It has perfect balance of flavoured and is truly addictive.
It’s my mothers old recipe (it also works great with strawberries or prunes), a polish summer classic. I know, it dosnt look fancy, but it is my favourite cake ever.
And the rhubarb. How cool is rhubarb? These huge leaves that look like umbrellas! We should all grow rhubarb! Seriusly, if you have kids, and a bit of extra backyard space, you need to plant rhubarb! It’s the easiest, nofuss plant to grow, and recolting it is so much fun.
You know these calm and happy moments, when you look at your kids and you think: this. This is what I want to remember when I’m 80. This is the moment. The rhubarb-recolting-fun-moment.
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Cake instructions :
And coming back to my old school, perfect rhubarb sponge cake, here is what you’ll need:
3 rhubarb sticks
1 cup sugar
4 tablespoons canola oil
1 1/2 cup flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
Cut off rhubarb leaves ( don’t eat them!). Mix eggs with sugar, then add oil, then flour and baking powder. Add rhubarb cut in small cubes. Bake for 40 min on 360F.
Let it cool. You can dust it with icing sugar ( it looks prettier!).
Do you have a favourite family recipe with rhubarb? What is it?