Fabulous Banana Bread

   

I know I have more than my fair share of banana bread recipes on this blog yet I get excited by a different one. Also, according to me, banana bread is a good indicator of people’s baking skills and recipe expertise. If even their banana bread recipe doesn’t work, it is safe to assume nothing else will.

Why I like this dish?

This is one of the softest and most moist banana bread I have ever come across. It manages to hold its shape yet melt in your mouth. It has a beautiful blend of the sweetness from the sugar and bananas and the smooth flavour from the butter. Just try it and you will know what I mean. Don’t go by the pictures. They surely need an update but the bread is simply fabulous.

Recipe from ‘My Kitchen Year: 136 recipes that saved my life’ by Ruth Reichel

Makes one 9″ loaf

WHAT WE NEED

2 medium sized ripe bananas

3/4 cup Milk

1 tsp Vinegar

125 gms Unsalted butter

3/4 cup Brown sugar

1/2 cup White sugar

2 Eggs

2 tsp Vanilla

275 gms All purpose flour

1 tsp Baking powder

1/2 tsp Baking soda

1/2 tsp Salt

WHAT TO DO

  • Preheat the oven to 170C
  • Line a 9″*4″ loaf tin with parchment
  • Mix the milk and vinegar and set aside for 5 minutes
  • Mash the bananas to ensure no lumps are left
  • Cream the butter and sigar together till smooth and fluffy, around 5 minutes
  • Add the eggs one by one to the butter mixture and combine well
  • Add the vanilla and mashed bananas and mix well
  • In another bowl, mix the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt together
  • Add the flour mixture and milk to the butter mixture alternatingly
  • Pour the batter into the loaf tin and bake for 55-60 minutes or till the top is nicely brown
  • Demould the loaf and cool completely, around 30 minutes or so
  • Slice and enjoy!

 

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Priya Suresh says:

    Doesnt matter how many times we have bake or blog about banana breads, its also tremendous to get know about an another version of banana bread, as you said this banana bread is fabulous.

  2. Banana bread is one of my fav to bake but haven’t yet tried it with eggs. Yours has turned out so good with a perfect texture. It would make a delicious after school snack.

  3. I have never liked bananas , but trust me when you bake a banana bread it surely is a treat . You have got a wonderful texture and the bread definitely is very tempting .

  4. Banana breads are never out of fashion… just this weekend I was so tempted to bake one, but changed my mind to marble cake because my elder one wouldn’t eat it… ๐Ÿ™ I am loving the texture of this bread, it is truly fabulous!

  5. sizzlingtastebuds says:

    Banana bread is surely up there on my always-ready-to-bake list ! This bread looks fab, Soumya and that book title by Ruth caught my attention ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Suma Gandlur says:

    Funny measuring one’s baking skills based on their banana bread. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Your banana bread looks lovely, Soumya.

  7. Srivalli Jetti says:

    I guess I also have the same feeling that even after so many banana bread, I would still love to bake another one..this one looks sinful Sowmya…too good..

  8. Varada says:

    You can never have enough banana bread recipes. ๐Ÿ™‚ This one looks lovely.

  9. Sharmila says:

    Banana Bread is a way to keep your tummy full even as a breakfast. This is just perfect sowmya

  10. Pavani says:

    I donโ€™t think we can ever have enough banana bread recipes. Yours looks moist and delicious.

  11. Swati says:

    This banana bread looks so moist and well baked.. it’s perfect to pack in kids lunchbox or to have for evening snack.

  12. Renu Agrawal Dongre says:

    The banana bread looks moist and perfect. Love the beautiful texture.

  13. Priya Srinivasan says:

    Banana breads are our favorite, me and kids both never get tired of them. your loaf looks perfect, love that beautiful texture!!

  14. Annapurnaz says:

    Banana bread has got a very lovely coat colour. I’m sure it would be as delicious as it looks

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