Banana-Almond and Sultana Bread - World Bread Day `08



Last year, when I was still blogging with my accidentally-deleted-food-blog, I participated in World Bread Day `07 with Buns as my entry. This year, though the bread that I baked turned out not like it supposed to, but I still submit it to celebrate World Bread Day `08, organized by Zorra from Kochtopf - 1x umr├╝hren bitte.

You can call it love at the first sight, because by the time I saw this bread at Kedai Hamburg, I fell in love with it. Then when my dear friend, Elsye, made it too, I decided to make it, no matter what. At my first attempt, I made only half recipe (at that time, my better half was in Jeddah) and it turned out very good, just like what Mbak Retno and Elsye had. Perfect! Unfortunately at that time, I was lazy to photograph it.

When I realized that today is 16th of October, that means today is the World Bread Day '08, I went directly to the kitchen and started to bake this bread. I have not shopped for the ingredients needed and outside was raining and windy (means: I will go nowhere). Luckily, I had bananas (not ripe enough, though) and still had chopped almond, so I started the ritual.

3rd World Bread Day hosted by 1x umruehren bitte aka kochtopf

I did not know what's wrong, but the bread looked cakey and not good looking *sad* What made me happy was, everybody at the gathering (yes, I brought it for gathering, and left some for my beloved) liked it. They said it tasted very good. My better half said the same, he ate all the bread and asked me to do it again. Hope next time it will turn like the one here and here.

Zorra, hope you'll like it too.



Banana-Almond and Sultana Bread
Recipe by Mbak Retno of Kedai Hamburg

Ingredients:
250 gr all-purpose-flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
100 gr salted butter, melted (original recipe using unsalted butter + pinch of salt)
100 gr sugar
2 eggs
2 ripe bananas, peeled and mashed
150 gr sultanas
75 gr chopped almond (original recipe using walnut)



Method:
1. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, eggs and butter in a food processor. Mix until well blended.
2. Fold in mashed banana, mix using spatula or wooden spoon.
3. Add sultanas and chopped almond. Mix well.
4. Pour the batter into a silicone loaf tin (or a greased loaf tin). Bake in a preheated oven of 180°C for about 45 minutes and continue to bake again at 150°C for 15 minutes. Check with a skewer, when it comes out clean, then the bread is done.


7 comments :

Dwiana P said...

nah kek janjian juga yah. ama si jeng mindy dia bikin marble cake gw juga barusan bikin. sekarang ama lo nih Fa, gw juga bikin bananas bread lagi demam makan yg cake2 an kali yah gw:)

MiNDY said...

gw mau nyobain resep ini dari mBa Retno n Elsye blom kesampean nih Fa. eh sekarang liat disini, jadi tambah penasaran pengennya

Resto Mariena said...

sefa..poto na keren....ini sama ama banana cake jg ya sef.buat ngopi mantep ach

Retno Prihadana said...

Menurutku ini dah bagus koq sef. Klo yang elsye bikin malah hasilnya jauh lebih bagus dari punyaku..he..he. Beberapa hari y.l aku juga bikin sama dengan resep ini cuman aku tambahin choco chips dan cinnamon..ehh..enak juga sef, tapi blon sempet di posting.

Lore said...

It looks good to me so I am not sure why you said that something went wrong. In fact it reminds me of Christmas and winter :)

zorra said...

I have to say I'm fallen in love, too. :-)

Thx for your participation in WBD'08.

sefa firdaus said...

@Dwiana: he eh Dwi, foodie blogger Indonesia pada sehati :D

@Mindy: cobain deh Ndoel, gue udah dua kali bikin, dan waktu gue bawa ke pengajian, pada doyan ;)

@Resto Mariena: makasih say... ini motretnya frustasi, bingung cari angle sama stylingnya :D

@Retno Prihadana: kurang Mbak, gak kayak yg pertamakali aku bikin...
ini gak mirip roti, tapi mirip cake :D
makasih resepnya ya Mbak *hugs*

@Lore: thanks Lore, but it supposed to be bread like, not cake like :)

@Zorra: this bread is lovable :))
thanks for hosting Zorra and for the round-up!
245 entries.. so amazing!

 

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