Rhubarb cordial

about 2 litres

Rating (18 ratings)


2 kg rhubarb
1 1/2 l water
Juice of 1 lemon
1 kg Dansukker Granulated Sugar


Rinse the rhubarb, cut into pieces and boil in the water until completely soft. Strain the mixture through a jelly cloth for 30 minutes. Clean the saucepan and pour the strained liquid back into it. Add the sugar and lemon juice.

Simmer, constantly skimming off the scum, until the mixture is clear. Pour into warm, sterilised bottles. Seal. Store in a cool place.

The rhubarb can be replaced with any other fruit or berries.

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