Monday, April 07, 2008

U.S Banana Walnuts Bread

U.S Banana Walnuts Bread



Ripe banana1 (approx 120 - 150g)
Castor sugar120g
Egg60g (approx 1)
Cake flour180g
Baking soda3.5g
Crused walnuts60g

  1. Mashed banana in a bowl and add in the sugar. Combine well.

  2. Add the egg into the mashed mixture and blend well.

  3. Sift the cake flour and baking soda. Pour the flour ingredients into the mixture and fold well.

  4. Add in milk and oil and make sure these 2 liquids coporate well with the batter.

  5. Add some walnuts into the batter and mix well.

  6. Pour the batter into a loaf pan and bring to bake at 170 degree Celsius for 40-45 mins.

* You may also sliced up some bananas and crushed walnuts and top it on the bread.*

I think I've got into the "Quick bread curse". Looks like I've been baking quick breads recently! I did one last week and yet another one today! What's got into me?

The bananas I bought on Friday were summoning me to bake them since they were getting a little over-riped. The walnuts I bought last week were asking me to bath them with some oven heat. Oh well, what do you get when you have bananas and walnuts? You baked a Banana walnut bread!

There were many Banana bread recipes on the website and previously I did once before minus away the walnuts. I always like quick breads because they make very good breakfast and they are normally easy and takes no longer time to get them done.

By the way, this recipe was taken from one of my recipe books <三個模型的巧思>. I bought this book from Popular bookstore and guessed what, it only costs me $8.90! It's really a good deal because it comes with coloured pages and it features many tempting recipes ;) I think Popular are still selling them. If you are interested, go grab them fast ;)


daphne said...

haha.. Certainly a good way to use up bananas. I like the idea of sprinkling walnuts on top.

Happy Mrs Kwok said...

Haha! Thanks! Daphne, I love how you baked your cookies!

Know what? I have problems leaving comments on your blog. Everytime I clicked onto adding comments, IE get shut down automatically and I had a hard time loading blogs from my IE! :'(

Aimei said...

Hey Mrs Kwok, your banana bread looks good and quite low in fat too! I'm going to popular to look for that book! :)

Happy Mrs Kwok said...

Hello Aimei! Looks like I'm missing you already :( You haven't been blogging recently right? Cause my IE is behaving weirdly so I don't know if I'm actually viewing the older posts of yours.

Yes, you should go grab it in Popular. If you cant find it, tell me okie? I will scan and send it to you :D

Aimei said...

Thanks thanks Mrs Kwok! So sweet of you. :) I'll go find it first. :)

Ya, I missed blogging for some time cos' I have problem with finding photo viewing software after i reformat my pc and the previous ones gone. Now using those trial versions..haha

Btw, what software do you use?

Happy Mrs Kwok said...

I use Flickr to upload my pictures and I can say Flickr is really efficient and good! Software wise, I am only using Photoshop to edit my pictures.

Picasa is good too~ They comes with embedded software that can be installed on your PC and you can edit the pictures with the functions that came with it. For Picasa, you not only able to upload your pictures up online, you can also get your pictures assorted carefully in your PC.

I sounds like a marketing Advertiser! LOL