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LOVED to see this recipe...I was in a hurry and needed to make this up QUICK, and lo! this recipe meant I didn't have to chop & fuss for an hour. Put it in the oven in 5 minutes, and it was delicious and hit the spot craving rhubarb. SO MANY THANKS for bothering to put this in. Sometimes I just like fast and d...delicious.
Loved this! Made just as directed, except my strawberries were mutant huge! So I ended up filling 3 ramekins full, but once baked they reduced in size so the photo doesn't do this recipe justice. The flavor is divine! I had never thought to use cloves in a strawberry rhubarb mix before and I was not disappointed. It's just enough to hint at a little spice that offsets & compliments the sweet & tangy fruit. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe, Kennybabe! Made & enjoyed for Photo Forum's June 2010 event Undercover: Pies & Tarts.
I loved the simplicity of this recipe and thought that the cloves would make for an interesting twist, so I tried it. I actually doubled the recipe because we were having company and this was to be the dessert. The only change I made was in the crumble. I adjusted the recipe to include oats, brown sugar and a pinch of cinnamon. It was fantastic, but the filling itself was the real star. Not too sour or dry. The talking at the table dropped dramatically after I served it :)
This is wonderful! I divided it into four portions and put them into 1/2 cup ramekins. Great flavor and a very satisfying end to a meal.