Banana loaf cake

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tootsie

Banana loaf cake

Has anyone made a banana cake that isn't too moist in the middle and feels as heavy as lead. I keep trying (I hav'nt tried Delias) but feel disheartened now but will make Delias when I get over this last disaster.
Thanks tootsie.

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Welshcookie

Banana

Yes, but didn't it taste good?

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tootsie

Banana loaf cake

Yes but they were still obviously 'not right' but left on work-top and just disappeared. My husband said he had to eat it up so no-one would see 'my failures.
tootsie

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Welshcookie

Banana cakes

Result!

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Gerry

Tootie's banana "failure"


" Yes but they were still obviously 'not right' but left on work-top and just disappeared. My husband said he had to eat it up so no-one would see 'my failures.
tootsie "

Congratulations; my failures are never delicious.

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crumbles

Banana loaf cake

This is the recipe I use in my bakery, it is in American measurements, 1 cup is 8oz.
2 1/2 cups plain flour
3 1/2 tsps. baking powder
1/2 tsp.salt
1 cup gran.or caster sugar
1 egg
3 very ripe, mashed bananas
3 tbsps. vegetable oil
3/4 cup milk
Place all ingredients in a large bowl and mix thoroughly until combined.
Heat oven to 350 deg.(175C) Grease and flour two 8x4 loaf pans. Pour mix into pans, bake for 55-65 mins.Cool on wire racks before removing from pans.

 
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