Who does not love a simple Banana Bread, this has been baking in my house for don't know how long, this was the second bread I learnt to bake the first was chocolate cake. I love when bananas turn black cause then I know exactly what I want to do with them. We have been baking them egg less since mama does not eat anything that contains egg. This is my mama's recipe this is how I learnt it and this is how I always bake it every single time and yet not so bored of it.

This is my entry to NQN’s Banana Bread bakeoff event!






Ingredients
1 cup sugar ( I use 3/4 cup if I am using Indian granulated Sugar)
3 bananas
4 tbsp melted unsalted butter
2 tbsp yogurt/curds/dahi
1 and 1/2 cup all purpose flour (Maida)
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp vanilla essence / extract
1/4 cup milk
1/2 cup chopped walnuts (optional)

Method

  1. Pre Heat oven to 350 degree Fahrenheit / 180 degree centigrade
  2. Mash the bananas, add sugar, yogurt and mix.
  3. With a hand beater add butter, salt, and flour till incorporated. (You can just mix them in too)
  4. Mix the Baking Soda with the milk and add it to the above mix along with the vanilla essence.
  5. Mix in the walnuts and stir till everything is well blended.
  6. Pour this batter in a greased bread tin and bake for about 50-60 minutes or till a tooth pick inserted comes out dry.

33 comments:

Cham said...

Banana bread came out good, and it is eggless, better way to eat!

Medhaa said...

Wow Cham thank you, you are always among the first to comment and I love to hear from you. Thank you for your support

kamala said...

Medhaa I like banana flavour in the bread.I could feel it now .Delicious

Jamie said...

This looks really nice Medhaa!

Mansi Desai said...

Looks cool medhaa! I baked a chocolate-banana bread yesterday:) just love the flavor combo:)

Arundathi said...

Looks great Medhaa!

Uma said...

perfect bread. great entry.

easycrafts said...

bread looks perfect

Brilynn said...

I buy bananas just so that I can use them when they turn black.

Welcome to the Daring Bakers, good luck with this month's challenge!

SASHREE said...

Wow Medhaa,datzz really amazing,eggless banana bread...im vegetarian,shuld try dis

TBC said...

I like the banana-walnut combination. They go so well together.:)

Shubha Ravikoti said...

Wow medha that bread looks awesome... Loved ur blog too... Iam not sure if i have visited ur blog earlier....

Now i know wt I shud do with my ripe bananas...:)

Anonymous said...

yum! this was awesome banana bread. i will admit i used brown instead of indian sugar, but was altogether great! thanks!

Medhaa said...

Hi Anonymous, I am glad you liked it. I havenot tried it with brown sugar may be I will now.

Mythreyee said...

Thanks for the simple recipe. Hardly took any time to make/bake and was absolutely delicious.

Smriti said...

Hi Medhaa, thanks for the wonderful recipe. The bread came out rich and moist - simply delicious!

blinkandmiss said...

I tried this recipe with some small changes and it turned our fabulous!!!!! Thanks so much Medha. Good eggless recipes are so hard to find!!. :)

Prathima said...

Hi,

Thanks for posting the eggless banana bread recipe. Can I use wheat flour instead of maida? And is it required to grind the sugar to a fine powder and then measure or can I use granulated sugar as per measure given by you?

I tried last weekend and my banana bread did not turn out all that well. It was some other recipe, I followed. It became soft and doesn't look like bread. But the taste was good. I like to use wheat flour instead of maida.

Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

Medhaa,

I was skeptical about trying the eggless version.. It came out soooo Good..thxzz for posting the simple yet awesome recipe.

Anonymous said...

Just to add a quick note apart from my comment posted above..It was better than the banana bread you buy from STARBUCKS!

Aditi said...

Hi Medhaa,

The banana bread looks awesome and I 'm looking forwatrd to do it.I was wondering if we can substitute the bread with banana pancakes.Will they come out good?

SR said...

Hi there! I wanted to let you know that I tried this out and it was absolute hit with my friends and family. Good recipe and great blog- thanks for sharing!

Navina said...

Hi Medha,

I tried this recipe yesterday and I have to tell you that this is possibly the best banana bread I have ever tasted. My husband loved it too.

Thank you!

Medhaa said...

I am glad you liked the recpe. thank you for letting me know

Rachna said...

I tried this recipe. It is awesome. Loved it a lot.

Rachna said...

Hi Medha. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I tried it and it is too good.

Medhaa said...

Hi Rachna,

I am so glad you liked the recipe. Thank you for letting me know.

Anonymous said...

Hi Medha,
Just wanted to give you a suggestion. You can add 1/2 tsp baking soda and 1 tsp baking powder as well. It bakes well with this proportion.

Preetha Karthik said...

Hi Medha,

I did this today and it came out very good. Loved the taste. I am sharing this in my tried and tasted blog http://preethibhojan.blogspot.com/

Thank you

thesweetlife said...

that banana bread looks beautiful, i wish i can take a bite right not. good luck on your entry. I'm going to make this banana bread tomorrow. i'm going to sub a couple ingredients cause i don't have it in stock. i hope my banana bread looks as good as yours.

Now Serving said...

nice recipe - giving this a shot now - cheers,
Priya

Neel said...

Lovely lovey recipe- I was looking for a banana bread recipe and stumbled upon this.As I Made one, and blogged it too, but this one makes me want to try again!! Thanks for sharing.

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