Banana Cake* with Recipe!

16 Nov

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It’s already middle of November. Time flies…

My mind is so ready to start classes again, but as I need my family’s help to take care of my baby I am not being able to start yet… (My family is busy right now). Hopefully I can start in a couple more weeks!

Meanwhile, I would like to introduce the recipe of Banana Cake (Banana Bread) I recently baked. If you can’t wait to bake, please try out this nice & easy recipe^^!

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<Banana Cake/Bread> 18cm pound cake mold (or 14cm Kuglof mold)

– Unsalted butter:          60g

– Brown sugar:                70g

– Egg:                                 55g (1 pc)

– Honey:                            15g

– All-purpose flour:      110g

– Baking powder:              3g

– Almond powder:          30g

– Milk:                               40g

– Banana:                       200g (L size 2pcs without skin) *please use a well ripened banana.

– Walnuts:                        40g

*Leave butter in a room temperature to soften.

*Combine egg and honey and leave in a room temperature.

*Peel banana and use fork to smash into smaller pieces.

*Prepare 18cm pound cake mold with parchment paper.

*Preheat the oven to 190 degree C.

1. In a mixing bowl, soften butter and combine with sugar. Use hand-mixer and whisk until white and fluffy.

2. Slowly combine eggs and honey. Whisk well after each addition.

3. Combine almond powder and whisk well.

4. Change to spatula and sift in all-purpose flour and baking powder in 3 times. Add 1/2 of the smashed banana and 1/2 of milk in-between each time you add flour. Gently mix after each addition.

5. Add walnuts and mix until all the ingredients are well mixed.

6. Pour into prepared mold and bake in 190 degree C oven for 10 minutes. Reduce the temperature to 180 degree C and bake for another 30-35 minutes (depends on the oven).

7. Cool down on a tray and bon appetit!

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2 Responses to “Banana Cake* with Recipe!”

  1. Charisma November 16, 2013 at 9:09 am #

    This looks lovely, really tasty. I love the addition of walnuts!

  2. khorhmin November 26, 2013 at 12:47 am #

    Thanks. I will try the recipe soon. 😀

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