Banana Bread at the Galley Window!
This is great for those overripe bananas that no one wants to eat because they look ugly!
Very easy to make too - it's one of those add dry to wet methods.
This makes 2 loafs
Plain flour 470g
Whole wheat flour 75g
Baking powder 4 Tsp
Bicarb soda 1 Tsp
Salt 1/2 Tsp
Grated nutmeg 1/2 Tsp
Chopped walnuts 120g
Whole eggs 4
Full fat milk 250ml
Soft brown sugar 270g (yes I know its not a wet ingredient but its going here anyway!)
Orange zest 2 Tbsp
Ripe bananas 4
Set oven to 180C
Prepare the loaf tins with a bit of non stick paper in the bottom
Assemble all the wet ingredients,
With the butter I want you to melt it and cook it until it starts to go brown - this will give a nice nuttiness to the bread.
Peel and mash up the bananas with a whisk and add to the wet ingredients
Assemble the dry ingredients and then mix wet to dry
Pour into the prepared tins and bake for 50 minutes or untill a toothpick comes out clean when inserted in the middle.
Remove and cool on wire rack before slicing