July 12, 2011

Eggless Banana Loaf / Bread

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I am all smiles as I am drafting this post. This particular recipe has got a couple of firsts to its credit. This is the first bread that I am baking and also this happens to be the first baked goody in my new home and kitchen after I shifted residence. As this is the first time I decided to experiment with less quantity to be sure of the results.


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You can also see that my first endeavor has come out so well. I never thought it would turn out so well. The smell that spread the house while this bread was getting baked was so awesome.  I used aluminium take away containers as I could not find out where I had placed the box that contained all the bake wares. 

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While I was about to toast walnuts for this bread Arjun asked to add tutti fruiti as he loves fruit bread very much. Well, What can I say? I am so glad that I listened to him. It did taste like store bought Fruit bread. Anyways this recipe is a keeper and I am so glad that I mustered enough courage to try out this bread or loaf.


Eggless Banana Loaf
Eggless Banana Loaf / Bread

You’ll need:
All purpose flour
1 1/4 cups
Bananas, ripe
2
Melted Butter
4 tbsp
Fresh curd
2 tbsp
Milk
1/4 cup
Sugar
1 cup
Baking soda
1 tsp
Salt
1/4 tsp
Vanilla essence
1 tsp
Tutti Fruti
1/2 cup


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Method:
Preheat the oven to 200 deg C. Prepare a loaf tin by applying butter and keep it ready.

Sieve together flour, salt and baking soda together.

Mash the bananas thoroughly. Now add sugar and yogurt and mix till the sugar dissolves well.  Now it is time for milk and vanilla essence to go in. Mix well.


Add the sieved flour mixture into the wet ingredients and stir slowly till everything is combined well.

Finally it is left to tutti frooti to make its entry. Give it a big stir. Pour the batter into the greased loaf tin and bake for 40 – 45 mins or till a tooth pick inserted comes out clean. Mine took exactly 40 minutes to get browned all over.

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Guess It is now time for a slice of Banana !!!


Notes:
You can use walnuts instead of Tutti Fruti.
See to that the Bananas are well ripe.
You can replace butter with vegetable oil.
All purpose flour can be replaced with wheat flour.



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This is off to Let's Cook : School Break-Time Snacks and to Only Baked and linking it to Any One Can Cook, Healthy Snacks






49 comments:

  1. Thanks for the quick comments Sri. Hugs.

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  2. Looks nice..though its first time it has cum out superb..

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  3. Hi Radhika, I love eggless bakes. I'm particularly in search of easy but convincing ones. Your banana loaf here is one such. Bookmarked. Sure to try it sometime :-)

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  4. Your bread really looks good and I don't believe it is your first time! It looks so perfect!! Way to go in baking, dear! This is the beginning.

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  5. Perfect bake dear...nice texture

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  6. Looks delicious ....nice colour n texture

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  7. Wow delicious loaf,loved this egg less version dear,wonderful bake...

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  8. I love this egg-less recipe... the cake/loaf has come out just perfect! :)

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  9. Radhu, that flavor packed bread has come out so soft and yum...

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  10. Thats a very nice bake radhika,loved it!

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  11. Banana bread looks perfect, moist and yummy!

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  12. Firsts are always special n you have done a wonderful job here :)
    The bread came out perfect ~ love the crumb n texture :)
    US Masala

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  13. Bread looks soft and delicious, thanq for providing with egg less vesion.

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  14. Perfect and moist looking bread. Looks so good. Nice recipe. YUM!

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  15. Looks awesome..flavorful and delicious.

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  16. Hello Radhika

    I am not too good at baking but this looks like an easy recipe so I will have a go at trying it out.

    Mina

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  17. I love banana bread....looks so delicious and perfectly baked.

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  18. Looks delicious dear..i luv the bakes especially with fruits...luved dis...eggless...

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  19. Wow..perfectly baked loaf..Marvelous Radhu..Feel like sampling some..

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  20. Banana bread looks soft and delicious. Love egg less baking. Nice recipe.

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  21. Banana bread looks fantastic great with a cup of milk.

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  22. Woww.. your loaf looks so soft and fluffy. Feel like having a bite :D Yumm..

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  23. This is our favourite bread! :P

    I miss tutti-fuiti..not getting it here!

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  24. Perfect delicious looking bread...

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  25. wow adipoli loaf and i love the colour

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  26. bread looks perfect doesnt look like first time exp at all. delicious. haven't tried banana bread ever. must try it some time.

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  27. That is one delicious looking loaf :)

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  28. Thanks for informing me abt the dish it out event. will participate :)

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  29. Moist and delicious looking loaf,thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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  30. Yummy n soft bread..always my favourite..lovely presentation too!!

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  31. Gorgeous loaf , i could not believe that you did great for the first time itself. That's lovely radhika. Your name reminded me of my old friend, not sure what she is upto now. Lost in touch though. Nice pics.

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  32. The first is always so special and this looks fabulous!

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  33. the bread looks awesome dear, its my fav, perfectly baked, i can imagine the smell around the house when its baked :)

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  34. Radhika first congratulations on your first bake and new home; that said the loaf looks really well done- kudos !

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  35. and hey I loved your slogan for the blog- food is indeed music to the body !!

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  36. That's a lovely bread.. Perfect texture.. Kudos on your first attempt :)

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  37. This sure is tongue tickling! I agree about the smell of banana bread baking :) Thanks for sending this loaf for the 'Only-Baked' Event

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  38. thanks for stopping by !!! you have an awesome space here and lots to eat and share!! btw loved the loaf cake.....wish i cld have a bite !!



    turmericnspice

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  39. Hmm,,, I could just smell the flavor here.. :)

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  40. please stop my blog and receive your award for participating in "HEalthy Snacks" event.
    Good Food Recipes

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  41. how do we make this bread in microwave ? please guide .

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