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Recipe Text


    • Maida – 1 Cup
    • Powdered Sugar – 1/2Cup
    • Unsalted Butter – 65gms
    • Cream – Half of 1/3Cup
    • Vanilla Essence – 1/2tsp
    • Egg – 1
    • Baking Soda – 1/8tsp
    • Baking Powder – 2tsps
    • Mashed Fully Ripe Banana – 1/2Cup

    (Online Conversion utility to convert Gms to Cups & Temperatures etc)


    I have used a convection-grill-microwave oven in which I have used convection mode only for this recipe. Preheat oven at 190 degrees centigrade. Take 9 cups and grease them with ghee. Stick paper cups in the greased cups. Sift maida, baking powder and baking soda twice and keep it aside.  Sifting makes the maida , baking powder and baking  soda to mix evenly.


    Arrange a hand blender to the stand and fix the bowl. If you don't have this bowl model blender, hold the mixer in hand over a bowl and follow the following.

    Take butter into the bowl. Add essence and powdered sugar to the butter and run the mixer. When the mixture is creamy, add egg and beat until combined. Add half of the banana mash, half of the cream and half of the sifted dry ingredients while the mixer is running. After a while add the remaining banana mash, cream and dry ingredients keeping the mixer running till all the ingredients mix well.  Distribute the mixture equally into prepared cups. Bake at 190 degrees centigrade for 25 minutes. 

    To test whether the cakes are done or not, insert a clean tooth pick into the cake. If it comes out clean without the mixture sticking on to it, it means the cake is done—if not bake for some more time.

    Points To Remember:

    Oven temperatures may differ for each brand. Follow your oven guide and decide on the temperatures or by trial and error method also one will learn. 

    One can even use OTG with the same temperature measurements and make these cakes. But one has to keep a watch  and decide when to switch off or switch on the grills

    Use of ripe or over-ripe bananas for this recipe makes the cake sweeter, softer and better!

    I prefer to use individual cups as they get baked evenly and they look good on your serving plate as each piece will be a whole cake. But one can  put the entire mixture in  a baking  bowl  and  make a single piece  cake. Always remember to test for the baking, in the middle of the cake.

    Cakes made at home are always fresh and one can enjoy.

    People above forty should eat less of these cakes and feed their quota to children. 

    Make these delicious and soft cakes and serve to take the praises of your beloved ones.

    Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Our Earlier discussions on the Blog
    sreedevi said...

    hello gayatri garu,i,appreciate ur blog ,me vantalu chala help chestunnai especially snacks, naku oka chinna dout clarifi cheyandi,bananacake recipe lo grill lo meeru use chesina containers r they microwaveble r regular steel cups which we use generally at our home.thanku very much sreedevi.

    July 27, 2011 10:01 AM

    Gayatri Vantillu said...

    Sreedevi Garu,

    Thanks for your feedback about my website. The steel cups used in the banana cake recipe are ordinary cups used at home.Kindly note that these cups cannot be used in microwave mode. You might have noticed that I have used the convection mode only in the recipe but not microwave option

    August 14, 2011 10:15 AM
    Your Earlier comments on the Blog

    Anonymous said...

    Hello Gayatri garu, Can you tell me what is "PANCHA(5) BAKSHA PARAMANNAM"? Please. Thanks

    August 2, 2011 12:45 PM

    surya said...

    Thanks for your website. and your way of explaining awesome.

    Tons of thanks for your recipes..

    August 3, 2011 8:41 AM

    Anonymous said...

    Hello Gayatri Garu

    Thank you for sharing your tips. I enjoy & these tips are very useful.. I'm fond of idiyappam & appam...If you can share these procedures, it would be very useful..


    August 7, 2011 11:28 AM

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    August 9, 2011 11:37 PM

    sushma said...

    Hi Gayathi Garu...Mee website chala bagundi and nenu chala try chesnu mee vantalu chala baga vachay anni...I would like to prepare Ring parota..Could you please post the reciepe to make Ring parota...


    August 12, 2011 6:54 PM

    Ritu said...

    Namaste Gayatriji..

    I am currently residing in US. I find your recipes very close to my taste and healthy too. Your posts on various topics are quite interesting and helpful in bringing on a positive lifestyle change.
    I think a post on pregnancy diet will also be of interest to a good section of Indians like me residing abroad. The serving sizes and number of servings per day of different food groups in the pregnancy diet charts that are handed out here are really difficult to convert to Indian terms. If you could come up even a with a model diet plan that would be of great help.


    August 1, 2011 7:44 PM

    Anonymous said...

    very tast and thank you gayatri vantillu

    July 28, 2011 9:04 AM

    BloggerChinns said...

    Hi Gayatri garu,
    I tried your Bananna Cream Cake recipe and it tasted awesome.

    We recently moved back to India after staying in the US for some yrs. My husband and me miss the Bannana cake we use to purchase from the bakeries there. Your cake was very close to that and thanks a lot for sharing this recipe.

    Since I am extremely fussy about the smell of egg, I add 1 tsp of honey to reduce the smell. I added 1 tblsp of yogurt to make the cake extra extra moist. Added some chopped walnuts and dates too for some crunch.

    Thanks once again and god bless!

    July 8, 2009 1:20 AM

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