Friday, April 22, 2011

Banana-Walnut Cake

My Hubby never eats cake,that's the reason I stopped baking cakes at home. To my surprise one day he said he used to go to Starbucks near his office and became a great fan of Chai-latte & Banana-Walnut cake. grrrrrrrrrrr! The very next day I baked this cake and thereafter it became our favourite evening snack. :)

Ingredients
Bananas-2
Walnut(broken into small pieces)-1/2cup
All purpose flour-11/4cups
Sugar-1/2cup
Baking Powder-1/2teaspoon
Baking Soda-1/2teaspoon
Cinnamon powder-1/4teaspoon
Pure Vanilla extract-1/4teaspoon

In Room Temperature

Butter-1/4cup
Milk-1/4cup
Eggs-2

Method
Sieve the flour with Baking powder-baking soda-cinnamon powder twice and keep aside.
Separate the egg whites and yolks.
Cream the butter and sugar. Add egg yolks-vanilla and beat well.
Then add the flour and milk alternatively, mix well.
Mash the bananas, fold it with the flour mixture.
Beat the egg whites and fold it with the cake mixture.
Finally add in the walnut pieces,mix well.
Pour it in a buttered baking dish and bake it for 45 to 50 minutes in a 350F preheated oven.

Cool the cake for 2 hours..slice it and enjoy with tea!
Amazingly soft cake with nice crust.Be ware,won't be able to stop eating! :P



Sending this recipe to "Healing foods -Banana" event event started by Siri & hosted in Krithi's Kitchen.

14 comments:

  1. what a tasty one..mm..very perfect evening snack with tea..

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  2. wow very perfectly baked cake !! looks so soft and delicious !! Loved the texture of it !!

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  3. Perfect bake- makes for a great homemade breakfast..
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  4. that looks moist, soft and yet crumbly - wonderful bread :)

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  5. looks yummy. ;P
    //Be ware,won't be able to stop eating!// அப்ப செய்ய மாட்டேன்ன்ன்ன். ;)

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  6. Mahi, bookmarked it rightaway. My husband is also not a big fan of sweets but loved the banana-nut cake.. Just a question.. what was size of the bananas you used/how many cups of banana puree...??

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  7. Krithi,I didn't measure the puree..might be more or less a cup.I used the Dole banana's available here in American stores.Check this..

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=ubuntu&hs=vG&channel=fs&biw=1598&bih=704&site=search&tbm=isch&aq=f&aqi=g10&oq=&q=bananas

    thanks!

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  8. Looks really moist & soft... perfect & delicious!

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  9. I love the the taste of walnuts n banana in cake they taste amazing.. i shd hv been ur neighbor.... to finish the whole tin off!!!

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  10. wow mahi.... intha week nanum same banana cake pannen.... will post that soon...

    yours looks simply inviting...

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