Crushed Banana Cake




This recipe is from one of the best cookbooks I have, it's from my personal collection and the lady that lovingly wrote down every single recipe is from my neck of the woods to make this cookbook extra special to me. I have no idea how old it is but from the pics it's resonable to say it's VERY OLD:)
Ps I wrote the recipe EXACTLY as written in the book

Crushed Banana Cake
Ingredients
1/2 C butter
1 C banana pulp (lol)
1 3/4 C sifted flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 1/2 cups sugar
4 Tbsp sour milk
1 tsp baking soda
1 cup chopped walnuts
1/2 tsp salt
2 eggs
Cream the butter, add sugar , then cream again, add the well beaten eggs and the cup of ripe banana pulp that had been ruffed through a sieve. Disslove the soda in the sour milk and beat into the mixture, and lastily add the flour sifted with the salt, add the baking powder. Beat well then add the chopped walnuts and bake in a pan in a moderate oven 15-20 min.

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3 comments:

Stefan said...

This sounds so delicious and just like banana bread. I think it's the same process. So I know it must be delicious! :)

Vanessa said...

Ooh, this sounds tasty!

Alisa said...

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