Tuesday, June 10, 2014

banana raisin cupcake

i havent been baking for a while. just that since starting work at the new place and fallen sick kind of making me lazy to look into my baking cupboards. however since i have two big bananas leftovers which i bought in preperation for the port dickson trailrun  last sunday, thought a waste to just let it turn mushy. one already used for my lempeng pisang or banana pancake on monday. which is yummy when eaten with honey but try not to make a too thin batter. ohh before i went on rambling to other things here is the recipe for this delish cuppies.


2 ripe banana- mashed
11/2 cup plain flour
1 cup castor sugar
3/4 cup butter or margarine
3 eggs (B size)
1/2 raisin (or whatever dried fruits of your choice)
1 teaspoon baking soda
11/2 teaspoon baking powder
vanilla essence to taste

sift flour together with baking soda and baking powder and set aside. beat the butter and sugar until creamy; pour the egg one at a time while beating the batter until well combined. optionally you can add the vanilla essence at this point. put in half of the flour into batter and stirred. pour the mashed banana second and stirred again. finished off with the balance of the flour. be sure to dust the raisin with dome flour before adding to the batter so it will not end up at tgr bottom of the cake when baked. You can use whichever baking pan you prefer but for this i have some muffin casing which i used instead. baked into oven that have been preheated at 170 celcius for 15 minutes or uril golden brown. i can assured you that the smell alone is worth bakibg this cake.


1 comment:

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