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Rabarber igen kanske ni tänker. Vi kunde inte riktigt släppa denna fantastiska växt innan vi hade gjort egen rabarbersaft, något av det godaste man kan dricka. Ett enkelt och väldigt smakrikt recept på rabarbersaft är det här från Leila Lindholm. Det går liksom inte att misslyckas med. Serveras med mycket is och en skiva ekologisk citron. Och inget fotografering utan hundar. Den här gången var det Majas tur att vara med.<3

Hoppas ni får en riktigt fin ledighet!

Rabarbersaft
Receptet ger cirka 3 liter.
Spädes efter smak

1 kg rabarber
1.5 l vatten
4.5 dl strösocker
1 st citron, saften

Metod
Skär rabarbern i småbitar och koka med vatten i cirka 15 minuter, rör inte då blir saften grumlig. Sila och släng rabarberresterna. Koka upp spadet igen tillsammans med strösocker och citronsaft, låt svalna. Häll upp saften i tillbringare eller flaska.

Translation

You’re probably thinking “Rhubarb, again?”. We couldn’t really let this beautiful plant go before making rhubarb lemonade, one of the finest things out there. This is an easy and tasty recipe from Leila Lindholm. It’s also impossible to fail. Served with lots of ice and a slice of lemon.

Without dogs there will be no photo shoot. This time our fourlegged friend was Maja.<3
Happy holidays!

Rhubarb lemonade
Gives about 3 liters of lemonade.
Spädes efter smak

2,2 pounds rhubarb, trimmed and cut into pieces
6 cups water
1,9 cups sugar, or to taste
Fresh lemon juice (one lemon)

Method
Cut the rhubarb into small pieces and boil in water for about 15 minutes, do not stir it will make the lemonade turbid. Strain and discard the remains of the rhubarb. boil the liquid again with powdered sugar and lemon juice. let it cool. Pour your lemonade into a jug or bottle.

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Comments

  • You always have such beautiful light in your photos! Rhubarb is one of my favorite late spring / early summer treats and I’m always on the lookout for new ways to use it. This lemonade looks so refreshing; would love to make a batch.

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    May 31, 2014
  • Hi 🙂

    I accidently stumbled upon your blog, and just wanted to say that I adore your style! Such beautiful pictures!

    I’ll defiantly be back to view more 🙂

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    June 5, 2014
  • I came upon this from another blog and I am so happy I did because I have tons of rhubarb in the garden right now and was wondering what to do with it all! This is so perfect. I am going to try it tonight!

    xo, k
    KOKAY

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    June 13, 2014

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