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Old 08-18-2016, 01:44 PM
Location: Iran
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sorry for my bad English . . .

start the oven at 175 C or 340 Fahrenheit before you start . . .

here's the ingredients . . .

dry ingredients :
Flour 2 cups
baking soda 1 tsp
a pinch of salt

wet ingredients :
soft butter 1/2 cups
brown sugar 1/3 cups
3 large banana (4 medium) it must be 1 and 1/2 cups
2 eggs

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put all dry ingredients together .

now mash the bananas with a fork like the picture . . .

mix the butter , sugar and eggs together until they look like the picture . . .

add in the bananas and mix a little now it's time for the dry ingredients add them and mix a little until it looks like the picture , remember never mix too much if you over work the flour your bread will be hard !!

you can simply butter your bread pan but i use some parchment paper because i have a glass pan and i think it might stick . . .
overall this is a very easy batter and it doesn't stick much . . .

now pour the batter in the pan and shake it a little to distribute evenly . . .

now put the pan in the oven for 60 minutes (if you want it a little moist) this is the perfect time for it but if you want a little more color you can wait for another 15 minutes or even more (it depends on you)

what i do is ; when the 60 minutes is over without taking the pan out i brush some butter on top of my bread and leave it in the oven for another 5 minutes , it will give the top of my bread a nice color , a good smell and a beautiful buttery taste . . .

very important : remember , different ovens have different settings and temperatures even if you choose the same temperature doesn't mean it's the same in two different ovens , they might even distribute the heat differently and make the middle hotter than the sides , you have to experiment with your oven . . .

I hope you enjoy this recipe , i tinkered with it so it's not too sweet and is perfect to be served with some nice ice cream . . .

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Old 08-18-2016, 01:50 PM
Location: Kanada 🍁
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The banana bread looks delicious,love the idea with brushing butter on top . Thank you for taking time to post
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Old 08-18-2016, 03:03 PM
Location: Islip,NY
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I love banana bread and yours looks delicious. My recipe is slightly different and uses white sugar instead of brown and I add a little bit of buttermilk.
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Old 08-20-2016, 07:24 AM
Location: Coastal Georgia
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That looks good. Thanks for posting.
I have a recipe that is super moist, so that's what I use. I got it years ago from a friend who has been without speech for years, due to a stroke. I think of her whenever I make it.
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