Ugly but beautiful

What looks like it’s been run over by a lorry but makes you go aaaah after one bite? My rhubarb lattice tart!

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The recipe (or rather a set of tips) is by Oliver Peyton and you can find it here.
I got some great looking organic rhubarb yesterday and cut them up in chunks.

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The recipe tells you to experiment so I added finely chopped ginger to the rhubarb.

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I coated the rhubarb and ginger in sugar and cornflour (150g sugar, 2 tablespoons cornflour).

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I lined my pie dish with pastry using shop-bought pastry (by Peyton’s explicit permission) and filled the dish with the rhubarb.

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I poured a vanilla custard sauce on top consisting of 2dl milk, 2 eggs and some vanilla from a pod.

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I used the rest of the pastry to make my lattices.

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According to the recipe it should bake at 200C for about 50 minutes. I got distracted by the Great British Menu and by Mr. Peyton judging very harshly on my favourite chef, Alan Murchison, but remembered my tart in the nick of time.

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I couldn’t wait for it to cool down properly and cut myself a piece. It is no looker, I admit. But the rhubarb and ginger is a killer combination. They work brilliantly together and I cannot wait to have a second slice!

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