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Default Banana Nut Bread

This is by far my favourite banana bread recipe. Chuck all the
ingredients in a mixer, make the batter then bung it in the oven.
Nice and easy! Our local independent grocer gave my wife a bag full
of bananas for free as they were over-ripe and he couldn't sell them,
so we made a few batches of this. The house smelt amazing all day.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/da...ad_72082.shtml

Ingredients

225g/8oz self-raising flour
100g/4oz butter
150g/5oz caster sugar
450g/1lb Fairtrade bananas (the softer the better), peeled and mashed
tsp salt
2 eggs
175g/6oz mixed dried fruit

Method

1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas 4.
2. Mix all the of the ingredients except the dried fruit together. You
can do this in a food processor or by hand in a mixing bowl.
3. When the ingredients are all thoroughly combined, fold in the dried
fruit.
4. Spoon the batter mixture into a 1kg/2lb non-stick loaf tin, spread
it out evenly and bake it for one and a half hours. (NB. Oven
temperatures vary so the banana bread may not need the full one and a
half hours to cook through. Check the progress of the banana bread
regularly to make sure it is not burning. If the top of the loaf is
browning too quickly, but a skewer inserted into the centre does not
come out clean, cover the loaf with aluminium foil and continue
cooking until a skewer pushed into the centre of the loaf comes out
clean.)
5. When the banana bread has risen, golden-brown on top and cooked
through, remove it from the oven and set aside to cool on a wire rack.
Slice before serving.

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Default Banana Nut Bread

Lee wrote:
This is by far my favourite banana bread recipe. Chuck all the
ingredients in a mixer, make the batter then bung it in the oven.
Nice and easy! Our local independent grocer gave my wife a bag full
of bananas for free as they were over-ripe and he couldn't sell them,
so we made a few batches of this. The house smelt amazing all day.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/da...ad_72082.shtml

Ingredients

225g/8oz self-raising flour
100g/4oz butter
150g/5oz caster sugar
450g/1lb Fairtrade bananas (the softer the better), peeled and mashed
tsp salt
2 eggs
175g/6oz mixed dried fruit

Method

1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas 4.
2. Mix all the of the ingredients except the dried fruit together. You
can do this in a food processor or by hand in a mixing bowl.
3. When the ingredients are all thoroughly combined, fold in the dried
fruit.
4. Spoon the batter mixture into a 1kg/2lb non-stick loaf tin, spread
it out evenly and bake it for one and a half hours. (NB. Oven
temperatures vary so the banana bread may not need the full one and a
half hours to cook through. Check the progress of the banana bread
regularly to make sure it is not burning. If the top of the loaf is
browning too quickly, but a skewer inserted into the centre does not
come out clean, cover the loaf with aluminium foil and continue
cooking until a skewer pushed into the centre of the loaf comes out
clean.)
5. When the banana bread has risen, golden-brown on top and cooked
through, remove it from the oven and set aside to cool on a wire rack.
Slice before serving.


Where is the nuts?
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Default Banana Nut Bread

Somewhere on teh intarwebs F Murtz wrote:
Lee wrote:
This is by far my favourite banana bread recipe. Chuck all the
ingredients in a mixer, make the batter then bung it in the oven.
Nice and easy! Our local independent grocer gave my wife a bag full
of bananas for free as they were over-ripe and he couldn't sell them,
so we made a few batches of this. The house smelt amazing all day.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/da...ad_72082.shtml

Ingredients

225g/8oz self-raising flour
100g/4oz butter
150g/5oz caster sugar
450g/1lb Fairtrade bananas (the softer the better), peeled and mashed
tsp salt
2 eggs
175g/6oz mixed dried fruit

Method

1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas 4.
2. Mix all the of the ingredients except the dried fruit together.
You can do this in a food processor or by hand in a mixing bowl.
3. When the ingredients are all thoroughly combined, fold in the
dried fruit.
4. Spoon the batter mixture into a 1kg/2lb non-stick loaf tin, spread
it out evenly and bake it for one and a half hours. (NB. Oven
temperatures vary so the banana bread may not need the full one and a
half hours to cook through. Check the progress of the banana bread
regularly to make sure it is not burning. If the top of the loaf is
browning too quickly, but a skewer inserted into the centre does not
come out clean, cover the loaf with aluminium foil and continue
cooking until a skewer pushed into the centre of the loaf comes out
clean.)
5. When the banana bread has risen, golden-brown on top and cooked
through, remove it from the oven and set aside to cool on a wire
rack. Slice before serving.


Where is the nuts?


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