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Made this tonight for dessert. Didn't have enough rhubarb, so I added some cherries and fresh peaches, like one of the other reviewers. I liked it and will make it again, but I would probably not add the orange zest next time. I thought it gave it a really odd taste.
Thank you for a great tasting cobbler!!! As soon as my DH put the first bite into his mouth he commented on how good it was. I will be putting this recipe at the front of my rhubard recipes.
easy and delic....very soft and tender bisuit on top! Thx for sharing, will use over and over. I found sliced strawberries at Sam's for cheap and just tossed 3 cups in. Because I live in high altituude I added 1T more flour to filling. Didn't have orange zest at one point, so used a few tbsp of orange juice instead, still amazing.
I made this dessert for my parents since I do not like rhubarb. They loved it! They said it was the best strawberry-rhubarb cobbler they had ever had. And they've tried lots of them! I liked that it had a good amount of fruit to cobbler, and the topping will spread to cover the fruit. Thanks for the great recipe!
This was an excellent cobbler. I've made it twice and the 2nd time added some tapioca to thicken the sauce and suggest that. Make sure to not skip including the fresh orange rind mentioned in the ingredients. It's the key!
This is truly a delicious and easy recipe. I made the topping in my food processor, and it was excellent, light fluffy, soft. One must be careful not to over cook, though, or topping will be hard. The last time I tried it, I used a mixture of rhubarb, strawberry, nectarine, and a few cherries. It was marvelous.
It's rhubarb time here so I went looking for a recipe. This is very good. I also added a chopped up apple, just because it was in the drawer. If you want the sauce thicker in this recipe, you might try adding a little tapioca or cornstarch to thicken. Very good without, however.