Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Eggless Banana bread


I had always wanted to bakes cakes and bread at home. Cakes and muffins I usually do but bread baking will take some more time I guess. I am scared of Mr.Yeast (or is it Ms). Anyways, the point is I tried making some Pizza last time with Active Dry yeast and the dough did rise well and the Pizza was deliciously soft. But it had some peculiar smell. The product had not expired and I still do not know what was the issue. My blogger friends suggested me to use fresh yeast but I have no idea where to look for here.. So bread baking is still a dream for me. I am on baking spree and chance upon every occasion to bake something. It makes the kitchen warm in this harsh winter and also the wonderful aroma of cake makes me happy. I have some good friends who are ready to try out any cake at any point of time :D which is another advantage for me.
I had wanted to try making Banana bread at home and my search took me to Mansi's site. I wanted an eggless one as my friend's mom does not eat eggs. Her recipe was simple, straight forward and I decided to try it out. I bought banana's and waited for them to ripen :D.
I just added some almond bits on top for crunch and did not make any changes to the recipe. The result was too good and my friend's mom loved it. Thanks Mansi for sharing this wonderful recipe with us. I will surely make it again.

7 comments:

Aps said...

Ujwal... I never found fresh yeast though....I have tried out egg less banana bread...... nd now tht u have baked bread try it the same way with pizza itl come perfect.... I love flavored breads more than the normal ones :)

notyet100 said...

bread looks yummy,..

DEESHA said...

the bread has got a lovely texture inspite of being eggless .. looks yumm

Red Chillies said...

Looks good ujwal, hope you are doing good... wishing you and your family Happy Holidays!

Parita said...

Cake looks yummy..so soft!

Red Chillies said...

Happy New Year to you and your family, Uj.

Kusum said...

I need to try this eggless cake some time. Sounds good!