Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Watcha eatin' Wednesday?

Last week i made one of my standard recipies past down to me by my mom. So I thought I'd share it for our recipie this week.

Banana Loaf

Cream: 1/2 cup margarine

Add: 1 cup white

Beat In:1 Large mashed banana (2 small)

2 eggs

3 Tablespoons milk

Sift together and gradually add

1 1/2 cups flour

1 teaspoon Baking soda

1 teaspoon Baking powder

Optional: 1/2 cup chopped walnuts

1/2 cup raisins (soak in hot water first)

(add these to flour mixture to dredge them)

Pour batter into greased and lightly floured loaf pan. Bake @ 350 for 50-60 minutes. Cool 10 minutes before removing from pan. Cool on rack completely. Wrap in aluminum foil. Store at least 6 hours or overnight in fridge before serving.

Important Note: When adding dry ingredients stir gently only until all are moistened. Do not over beat.

PS. Did anyone give the quick fish supper a try? I imagine it could work with any type of fish??
Have a good day!


Anonymous said...

where can I find some of that white?? Ha ha. recipe is the way to go with that word.
keep up the good work. I am making some banana bread today.

Julie-Anne said...

LOL! Your mom is funny! Uhm, what does dredge mean?


David and Amy Campsall said...

haha i didn't even notice the omission until i read these comments. My mom is funny!
Dredg...this is too funny i looked that up in the dictionary and it means "speinklw with flour" haha.. that's really all it is I think it helps spread the item your dredging more evenly in your batter. Nothing to major(to be honest I haven't usually done that cause I forget to! Yeah so there you go.
Thanks for the spelling tip!! Lol I've been out of school too long! Next week I will give out a recipe not a recip"I"e hehe love to both of you guys!

David and Amy Campsall said...

Ahhhhhh I spelled Dredge wrong now too! lol

David and Amy Campsall said...

sigh... i should really read over my posts AND comments before publishing.. i'm laughing at myself as i read further yet down my own comment..speinklw???? what language is that!! sprinkle..and to be grammatically correct it's "nothing too major" ..

Anonymous said...

dredge is a good old fashioned word. just add the raisins to the flour and stir them around. coating the fruit in flour causes them to "float" in the batter while baking rather than all sink to the bottom which sometimes happens. Keeps them evenly distributed throughout the baking.
guess who?

David and Amy Campsall said...

thanks mom:)