Banana bread

Banana bread
The name speaks for itself. If you have some overripe bananas, it is a good way to save them before discarding.
On average mold for cakes with dimensions 22 x 9 x 7 cm in need:
– 380 g flour (plain, may be wholemeal)
– 6 g baking powder
– 1 g baking soda
– 1 g salt
– 1 heaped teaspoon cinnamon
– 90 g butter
– 180 g sugar
– 2 eggs
– 3 medium bananas
– Vanilla essence to taste
– As an add nuts (walnuts or pecan)
Sift flour and add baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon. Instead of plain flour type, we can use self-raising flour. In this case, we do not need baking powder and baking soda at allBanana bread. Grind the butter and sugar. Then add one egg, then flour and banana mass. Fruits can be crushed with a fork. At the end of vanilla essence and pour, if you want, nuts. Pour batter in a mold greased and floured or lined with baking paper. In the oven at 180 ° C bake (160 ° C – if the oven is convection) for about 45 minutes. Cool down before serving. Traditionally served with butter. In a similar way we can prepare other cakes with ginger (gingerbread), oranges, lemons, carrots and nuts.

About mylondonchef

I am private chef. Since 2004 I live with my family in London and now I feel like a Polish Londoner in this multicultural city. I write for Polish newspaper 'Nowy Czas' articles about food, especially about British cuisine. This year I would like to start interview interesting people about their journeys and food they like. And interesting people I mean everyone can be interesting in his/her particular way.
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