Cooking is a therapy only when you have people to relish what you have made. My banana bread is slowly becoming a part of our family.
Recipe credits – http://www.namukini.com/namus-awesome-healthy-banana-bread-recipe/
2/3 cup Organic Whole Wheat Flour
2/3 cup Amaranth Flour (or roasted amaranth Flour) – I used whole wheat flour instead
1 teaspoon baking pwd
1 teaspoon baking soda
3/4 cup chopped dark chocolate
1/4 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup roasted chopped walnuts
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1 cup organic sugar
2 Tablespoons lime juice (fresh)
1 cup mashed banana
1.5 tsp vanilla essence
Blend the eggs, oil and sugar. Add all powdered ingredients and blend. Add bananas, lime juice, vanilla essence and blend some more. Mix in walnuts and chocolate with a spoon. Pour into a loaf tin (10″ x 4 “). Bake at 180 degrees for 45 minutes.
My first post as a part of We kneed to bake Group that’s organised by Aparna Balasubramanian every month.
Thanks Aparna, it was great experience baking this. Hope to bake more exciting stuff in 2014.
This year will be the first year of setting up a Christmas Tree at home, Although we don’t celebrate at home as a tradition and culture. I just thought it will be a good thing to start to celebrate the festivity.
Over the weekend I dressed up the tree a bit more and decided to hang some sweet ornaments, While vedant was asleep i quietly decorated the tree, as he woke up the first thing he did was to snap the sweets from the tree. He brought it to me and said “open -Close”. I said “It doesn’t open and there is nothing in it”
Curious Vedant surely dint trust me on that. As i turn to him after few minutes of silence, I caught him chewing on his sweets.
He had dropped the sweets in a glass of water and as the paper tore apart he popped the sweet in his mouth.
I sit and wonder if he is just a smart kid or am I dumb mom?
Of late my curious little toddler has been meddling with my camera. Among hundreds of his wired clicks I found this one worth posting :)
Have been in the mood of baking of late.They were served as an accompaniment to go with some Parsnip Soup.