Banana Walnut Cake

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Banana Walnut Cake

It has been ages since I last posted a recipe. This summer we were on our India vacation, had a great time eating all kinds of favorite foods and of course spending time with the family.

Every time I visit India I am reminded of a few things and one of the most important one is there is a large population in India which does not even get enough food to eat everyday and that I should be very thankful to have food on the table every night for me and the family. So when I see food getting wasted it bothers me a lot. At work they bring in fresh fruit everyday, it is great to have such a healthy option for snacking and I appreciate it, however I was very shocked to see that some Bananas were getting thrown out just because those had a few brown spots. When I saw that I asked if I could bring those home and our office manager was surprised but said,” Sure!”

So I brought it home and the next day my team members got to eat homemade, whole some banana bread. I was happy that I saved three bananas from going into the trash and my coworkers were happy to eat a piece of home made banana bread. Sorry I did not get time to take step-step pictures since it was a work day, please let  me know if you have any questions.

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Banana walnut cake

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Ingredients:

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1 stick of unsalted butter at room temp
1 cups of sugar
3 eggs at room temp
3 over ripe mushy bananas, puréed
1 3/4 cups of wheat flour
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp vanilla
Pinch of salt

Procedure:
Preheat the oven at 350 F
Butter a bread loaf pan.

Sift the flour, salt and baking soda.

Cream butter & sugar until nice and creamy
Add eggs, one at a time until mixed well
Add banana purée and vanilla and mix.
Add the flour mixture a few spoons at a time till all flour is incorporated.

Pour in the bread pan. Top with chopped walnuts.
Bake in the 350F oven for 50-55 mins.

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Recipe: Micky Singh

NOTE:
I have been asked if there is an option to replace eggs
One of the other sites talked about this replacement-
To replace three eggs
Grind 1 tbsp of flaxseed with 2tbsp of water till creamy( per egg).
1/4 tsp baking powder

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3 responses »

    • Hi Cherry, my name is Anagha, I got this recipe from my friend Micky 🙂
      To answer your questions, 1 stick of butter is about 113 gms. Hope that helps. Do let me know your feedback if you try it.

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