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Monday, April 16, 2012

- banana cake -

I can't remember when I baked this banana cake. Tonight while arranging my pictures profile, I saw this photo yet to be publish at my blog...

Once a week, when my baking mood is on..i will spend an hour in the kitchen baking a cake,of course, only those simple cake like sponge cake,butter cake,etc...Those cake that need to spent hours for preparing is definitely out from my baking list.

Banana cake is one of my favourite cake,easy to prepare and it tasted Good.

Let's me share this simple banana cake recipe :
125 gram plain flour
1tsp baking powder
1/4tsp baking soda
1 egg
125 gram sugar
125 gram banana
50ml milk
75ml corn oil
pinch of salt

Method :
1. Mashed the bananas with salt
2. Beat egg and sugar till light and fluffy
3. Add in mashed banana,beat till thick
4. Pour in milk and mixed well
5. Mixed in flour,baking powder and baking soda
6. Lastly, add in corn oil and mixed them well.
7. Preheat oven for 5 mins,bake the cake for 25-30mins @180'c (till cook).


suituapui said...

Looks good...but so small your photo. Wahhhh!!!! You bake once a week kah? So lucky, your hubby and son! Hmmmm...if only my missus like that too... :(

Hayley said...

The banana cake looks good! I love this cake as well~

Small Kucing said...

sobs...why you all make one so nice punya...I make one like..like..like...sobs....

Vickylow said...

Nice banana cake. Haha go check on your camera, it should listed with date when you snap it. :)

mNhL said...

i love banana cake too.....

yvonne said...

I love banana and I enjoy the nice aroma that fills the kitchen once it's baked.

I'm trying to make baking once-a-week task, too :D

Kitty said...

Looks good and yummy!!

Yee Ling said...

Simple and delish!

Jobless Girl said...

A banana cake with the fruits as decoration on top looks great.

Mummy Gwen said...

You decorated the cake so nice. Looks yummy. Thanks for the recipe. I haven't tried baking a banana cake before.