Recipe: 4 Banana Cake

Posted by vivien | Recipe | Monday 12 May 2014 11:58 pm
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1st try: (adapted from masak-masak) made once before, refer to previous 2012 post

165g banana (defrosted from frozen and pooling water removed)
130g egg
110g sugar
110 oil
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
227g flour (replace 25g with cornflour)
1 teaspoon soda bicarbonate
1/2 teaspoon salt
around 165Celcius

2nd try: (adapted from masak-masak)

My YouTube showing me making it 🙂

210g bananas – (original recipe 225g)
3 beaten eggs
100g sugar(reduced from original recipe 170g)
225g plain flour
1 teaspoon soda bicarbonate
1/4 teaspoon salt
113g oil
1 teaspoon vanilla essence

3rd try: modified from Yogurt cake, substituting some of the yogurt with banana:

120g sugar
130g yogurt
240g banana
100 oil
3 eggs
300g flour
2.5 teaspoon baking powder
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
nutmeg

Verdict: It felt slightly too wet, perhaps having too much liquid from the yogurt and banana?! Not memorable.

4th try:  (adapted from masak-masak)

Below are photos of all 4 tries of making banana cake, 3 of which using masak-masak’s recipe, and one using yogurt cake recipe

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First try: using a blender

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baking in a loaf pan

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done

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no visible banana “strand” 🙁 as i used a blender

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recipe for 2nd try

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using a fork to mash the banana with sugar

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lovely banana strand

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3rd try, adapted from a yogurt cake base recipe

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yogurt + egg + vanilla, banana etc

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4th try, using a blender as well, as the banana is not ripe enough and would be difficult to fully mash them

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no visible strand, not memorable at all

Overall,  the 2nd try yield the best looking result, with beautiful banana black strand. Never use blender to make banana cake!


 

RSMY Cheese Naan, near Maju Junction/Sogo

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 12 May 2014 8:43 am
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RSMY restaurant, famous among the Malays for their extra cheesy naan, available from 6pm onwards (although the restaurant open around 4pm onwards with briyani etc available), be sure to arrive slightly before 6pm to book a seat and it quickly fill up once 6pm approach

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walking distance from Maju junction, parking can be hassle here, you might need to pay RM5 per entry parking just at the end of the road

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menu

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look at the big glob of mozzarella cheese waiting to be wrapped into naan dough

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dhaal

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The famous cheese naan, RM6; Dhall, RM4

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It is extremely rich with cheese, by the end of one piece of these, you will feel really really full.

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Side order of chickpea, just ok, RM4

Overall, it is like try once kinda eatery, it can get really filling with all the cheese, to the point of being uncomforable full, worth to try once though

Address: RSMY House of Real Briyani (Restaurant Selera MY)
11 & 13, Jalan Medan Tuanku,
Kuala Lumpur, 50300, WP Kuala Lumpur.

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Recipe: Whole Wheat Muffin

Posted by vivien | Recipe | Sunday 4 May 2014 8:14 pm
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Recipe taken from The Kitchn

Dry mixture:
113g whole wheat flour (I used Atta flour available widely for making Indian chapatti as it is actually much cheaper than american whole wheat flour)
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/8 tsp ginger powder

Wet mixture (to be poured into dry mixture making a well in the middle)
140g yogurt
50g brown sugar (original recipe is 60g honey)
1/2 egg
25 oil
1/4 tsp vanilla

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Dry and wet mixture

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individual muffins

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Bake in 190 Celcius for 15-18 minutes

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Very moist and tender interior! Yum


 


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