By now, you’ve probably seen that one recipe for a crockspot rhubarb is pretty much what you would expect: you cook it in the crock pot and then drain it and set it on a cutting board, making it the perfect accompaniment to roast vegetables.
And it works, but it’s also a lot of work, and you don’t have much time for it.
To make it more fun and easier to cook, we’re going to turn it into an appetizer.
Read on for the recipe and how to get started.1.
Rinse rhubARBs out of water.
You’ll want to do this if you have an ice bath.
You can do this at home if you don