Banana sponge cake

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N.B: You can use any ripe bananas for making this cake.. I had used ripe kerala bananas.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Ripe bananas: 3
  • All purpose flour/maida:1 n 1/2 cup
  • Powdered sugar: 1cup
  • Baking powder:2 tbsp
  • Baking soda :1 tsp
  • Salt :a pinch
  • Eggs:3
  • Vanilla essence: 1 tbsp
  • Orange zest:1/2 tsp
  • Butter/vegetable oil: 1 cup

PREPARATION:

  • Beat eggs along with little salt using a whisker until froth appears.
  • Add melted butter or vegetable oil to this and whisk again.
  • Add powdered sugar partly n mix well.
  • Sieve together maida,baking bowder ,baking sugar and add partly to the batter.Mix well.there should not be any lumps.
  • Add vanilla esence and orange zest freshly grated and mix well.
  • Mash the ripe bananas well and add it to the prepared batter.
  • This cake is made in pressure cooker.. so we need to preheat the cooker first.. spread a layer of salt at the bottom of cooker, keep a small vessel or stand on top of which cake tin can be placed. Care should be taken to remove the weight from the whistle of cooker.
  • Now close and preheat the cooker for 10 mins.
  • Grease a cake tin with butter or oil.. place a butter paper at the bottom .
  • Pour the prepared cake batter upto 3/4 of cake tin.
  • Open the cooker and place the cake tin on top of the vessel inside.close and cook for almost 30 to 40 mins in medium flame.
  • After 40 mins open the lid and pass a fork or tooth pick through the cake and remove it out . If nothing sticks to it the cake is done.
  • Let it cool fr sometime.
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