Bánh chuối nướng

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I seem to be fond of anything that"s made out of bananas. I was at Sam"s Club one day & saw tons of ripe bananas. My first reaction was "Oh no, I have got to lớn save these bananas." Browsing my mental catalog for recipes using bananas, I remembered I still have a bag of trắng bread left over from my daughter"s birthday. I can use it khổng lồ make banana cake.

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My younger daughter has been craving for raisins of late, so I thought adding raisins to lớn the banana cake will entice her khổng lồ eat my baking.This banana cake not only produces a wonderful aroma accented by coconut milk, butter and the burnt raisins, but it"s a delicious treat or dessert to lớn have with tea, coffee, or the wine of your choice. I love lớn eat it while it"s still warm.
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In a mixing bowl, sprinkle a few tablespoons of the sugar and a pinch of salt over the sliced bananas.
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Remove the outer brown part from the bread. Discard it. Soak the bread in the coconut milk mixture.
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Arrange a layer of the bananas on the bottom. Break the soakedbread apart then cover bananas with a layer of bread. Sprinkle some dried raisins.
Place the banana pan in the middle rack of the oven. Bake for about one hour. Make sure khổng lồ brush butter on đứng top occasionally. If you don"t want the raisins lớn burn, just cover the pan with foilwrap while baking it.
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Remove the banana pan và adjust the oven rack one notch higher & then remove the foil wrap if used & broil it on high for about 5 minutes or until the đứng top is golden brown.
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Loan aka AnnetteSacramento, California, United StatesMy husband và I have two lovely daughters. I"m incredibly fortunate khổng lồ be able lớn stay at trang chủ to raise my daughters and experiment with food.I was probably in love with food from my mother’s womb, but didn’t realize it until I found myself spending every cent of my allowance on snacks & frequently begging my maid to lớn let me help out in the kitchen. The desire to cook was intense. I snuck into the kitchen when my maid was asleep & stole rice and matchsticks so my friend and I could cook it in our toy clay pot. I even bought ingredients from the market to make frozen banana dessert topped with shredded coconut và roasted peanuts & sold them to the neighborhood kids.These fond memories eventually led khổng lồ my nhatroso.com blog - born in October 2010- with the purpose of making memories with my girls and sharing our recipes, but ultimately creating a foundation for charity. I envision something that wound extend beyond my daily bread to encompass the basics of daily living – food, clothing, shelter - for those less fortunate. & this gave birth lớn The Spices of Life (Hương Vị Cuộc Sống) Foundation. It is under construction as I work out the logistics. Please stay tuned! View my complete profile
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