Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Banana cake

I would like to wish all my fellow blog mets a very special and happy valentine day thro' my recipe of cake which fits in perfectly on this eve of valentine day.This is a simple ,less fat,yummy cake recipe just like my previous chocolate cake recipe.

Banana - 3 fully ripe
All purposef lour-1 3/4 cup
Sugar-3/4 cup
butter-1/3 cup
salt -1/2 tsp
milk-3/4 cup
baking soda-1 tsp
baking powder-1 tsp

1.Seave all the dry ingredients and keep aside.Preheat the oven to 350 deg F.
2.Grease the cake mould and dust with a little flour and keep aside.
3.Mash all the ripen banana's and keep aside.
4.Take the melted butter and sugar and mix them properly in the food processor untill all the sugar has incorporated properly.If you do not have a food processor just wisk it thoroughly with a beater.
5.Then add banana's to the butter mixture and blend it .Then add all the ry ingredients little by little with the milk and for a nice not over work it.
6.Then remove it into the greased mould and bake for about 45 mins or until done.

You can also do a bit of froasting if its a special occation like this day .

Whip Cream- 1 cup[fresh cream will also be cood or icing cream also]
Almonds-6 sliced
Chocolate syrup-3 spoons
chunks and strips of pine apple

-Slice up the cale into 3 thin layers.
-Easy whay to do it place the cake in a plate and then insert the knife to almost centre from the side planning the thickness appropriately.Then slowly keep rotating the plate not the cake this helps to form a proper uniform layer and then layer each slices with a coat of cool whip then chunks of pineapple and nuts.
-Then keep another layer and repat the same.
-Any tinned or fresh fruits can be used.I just love pine apple and this makes a wonderful combination.
-Then cover up entire cake with cream and chunks off dryfruit and chocolate syrup..This is ready.I dought if anyone can resist eating cake.Enjoy.


Sangeeta said...

Delicious cake :) Thanks for sharing the recipe

Seema said...

Acha photo with topping ella eke hakiddille? adannu hakalda adu chenda baindu

Asha said...

Less fat is always welcome Sowmya, need a little frosting but makes a great breakfast without it too!:))
Happy V'day!

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hey Sangeetha,
Thanks dear

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi akka,
Hakuthe.Cut madidu ottinge hakuthe heli.hee.hee

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Asha,
Thanks dera.Have done the frosting will upload the photoes too.Enjoy.happy vaelntine to you too.

Prema Sundar said...

Hi Soumya,
Cake looks really yummy.. I love most of the recipes u have posted and planning to try it out soon.Thanks.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Prema,
thanks dear.

USHA said...

Hi Soumya,

Cake looks delicious with finely froasted and decorated with nuts and fruits...

Thanks for sharing..

Menu Today said...

Hi Sowmya,
Banana cake looks nice.Thanks for sharing.

Sia's corner said...

hey soumya... just now i saw cake in seema's blog and now here too:) looks like both sisters r busy baking... lovely pics

Coffee said...

Thats a lovely cake!!!!! Nice decoration there Soumya. :)

Vini K said...

Hey Soumya..cake looks gorgeous.I love banana cakes.But taking a break from baking right now as I have been baking all through dec and jan..up until my duaghter's b-day party!will try your recipe as soon as I start baking again.eggless is very good indeed.

Lakshmik said...

Wow, so many cake recipes all around. Thanks for the recipe.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Usha,
Thanks dear.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi menu today,
Thanks .

Hi supriya,
Hmm yup we both are busy baking its fun to do anything together right

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Coffee,

Hi vani,
Is it ? good have seen your blog lovely cakes i must say

swapna said...

wow soumya
very nice with all that frosting..yummy...

Anonymous said...

hi Sowmya,
the cake looks yummy. Can't wait to try it.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi swapna,
Thanks give a try.

Hi there.Well thanks


Simply irrestable.

My mother cooks Banana Dhebare with Bananas and flourm similar like Banana Cake.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hare krishnaji,
Thanks.Is it would love to know the recipe then.

rv said...

Hi! :) tried your cake with a little add-ons, and it turned out lovely:) Thank Thank u:)