How To Prepare Banana Cake

Alright, here is another food information I need to share! If you have been following my food/diet class on this blog, I'm almost certain you would have learned enough to begin your own extravagant food business or essentially treat your family to a mouth-watering dishes/suppers! 

Today, I'm going to share one of my top picks! I simply love cakes, and the best part is that there are, in reality, many ways you can set up your own cake. From plain cake to red velvet (which I'll be giving out the formula soon) to nut cakes and the rundown is interminable. Not at all like different foods that have not many assortments, cakes are something you can simply wake up to summon any assortment. In this way, I will show you a basic method to plan dazzling, yummy, mouth-watering banana cakes! Trust me, you should cherish it! Envision consolidating the sweet, sweet, reviving taste of banana with that of your cake! I'm now salivating! 

Tip: Whenever you have overripe bananas, don't toss them out at this time. Use it to your advantage; take a stab at utilizing it to set up a fun yummy banana cake! Here's how it's finished: 

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5-6 little measured bananas 

1 and 1/2 cups of universally handy flour 

3/4 cup sugar 

125g margarine 

3 eggs 

1 teaspoonful vanilla flavour 

1/3 cup milk 

1 level tablespoon heating powder 

1/2 teaspoon heating pop 

1/4 teaspoon salt 

1 tablespoonful lime/lemon (discretionary) 

The technique for Preparation: 

Filter the flour, heating powder, preparing pop and salt together in a perfect bowl, and put in a safe spot. 

Expel the banana from its strips and crush. Include the lime/lemon, blend, and put in a safe spot. 

Pour the sugar and margarine in a blending bowl and cream on rapid utilizing the whisk snare of your electric blender. Do this in a bowl utilizing a turning stick without a blender. Blend until velvety, light in shading and feathery. Make sure to blend one way. 

Break the egg into a bowl and whisk. Make a point to break the eggs each in turn into a little bowl first before moving into a greater one; this is to forestall losing all the eggs if a few eggs end up being terrible. 

Include the egg and vanilla flavour to the creamed spread and blend (on low speed if utilizing a blender). Subsequently, include the banana and blend. At long last, include the milk and blend. 

Include the flour and blend into a smooth hitter. Include the flour little at once until totally joined. 

Oil a preparing dish (a 6-inch skillet would do fine and dandy for this) of any shape, sprinkle with flour, and residue out the overabundance flour. Empty the cake player into the skillet and prepare in a pre-warmed broiler at 170°C. Without an electric or gas stove, you can prepare effectively utilizing the neighbourhood broiler technique (I'll give you this strategy in ensuing posts). 

This ought to heat under 45-an hour relying upon the size of the cake. Supplement a stick or fork or toothpick or perfect broomstick into the centre of the cake to check if it's cooked. A wet fork infers the cake isn't done and if dry, it infers the cake is totally heated 

Finally, take it out and permit to cool before serving! 

On the off chance that you need to ice it, at that point you can proceed. In any case, it can be served even without the icing! 

To plan banana cake for business use, increase the number of fixings by the number of individuals accessible to expend it.


  1. OMG... This is so great!!!

  2. Wow.. Rosy I love this! Must give it a try!!

    1. I am nuts about cakes!!

      Thanks for sharing your "foodKnowledge" #lol

  3. This is lovely.
    Dear, I would appreciate if you put up a post on how to make simple icing on cake. I will love to try this and also ice it too. So I may need help with that!...



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