Banana chocolate loaf and an interesting food!!

             This cake was a result of a ripe banana which is not a frequent thing at our place as we all love bananas and it gets over before it even starts riping. So this time, when I had one I decided to bake  a cake as it was a long time I made a banana cake. I have tried an eggless cake and one with eggs before. So this time, I decided to combine banana and chocolate. I have used an egg and also flax seeds powder and the result was beyond expectations. The cake was soft and chewy like all banana cakes and  moist to a very proper extent and had a very nice banana flavour. The combination of chocolate and banana was just awesome. So do try this one when you have a ripe banana , you will love it!!!

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Banana chocolate loaf and an interesting food!! Yum
Course dessert
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course dessert
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine flour, flax seed powder , cocoa powder and baking powder in a bowl and keep aside.
  2. Now in another bowl , whisk together the egg and sugar.
  3. Add the mashed banana followed by the oil and mix well.
  4. Now fold in the flour mixture and combine to form a uniform batter. Pour the batter in well greased loaf pan, preferably lined with parchment paper. Bake this in a preheated oven at 180c for 40 -45 minutes. Cool the cake well in the pan itself and then invert it on a serving plate. Slice the cake and serve.
Recipe Notes

Yesterday, we had twist potatoes at an exhibition. I am not sure if everyone is aware of this but it was quite interesting and so I thought of sharing with you all in case  you have not seen this before. The potato is sliced with a special cutter and twisted around a skewer. This is  fried and then sprinkled with cheese or some other flavour. 

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19 Comments

  1. Krishnaveni

    cake looks so soft and yummm

     
  2. Ms.Chitchat

    Spongy moist cake, loved it. Have had the twist before,love it too :):)

     
  3. Hamaree Rasoi

    Banana alongwith chocolate sounds cool. Looks perfect. I wish I could get that special cutter for twisted potatoes :-)Deepa Hamaree Rasoi

     
  4. jeyashrisuresh

    very soft and moist cake and i alwyas love the flavor of banana in bread/ cake

     
  5. Lubna Karim

    Loaf looks extremely yum…..that’s an new recipe with potato to me…love the way it is twisted….thanks for sharing….

     
  6. Jayashree

    The cake looks very moist and soft.

     
  7. The loaf looks moist and delicious. I have seen these kind of potato swirls in another blog and the pics were taken at Lavasa, near Pune.

     
  8. cake looks soft and perfect..

     
  9. Priya Suresh

    Super moist loaf looks fabulous…fantastic texture..Had those potato swirls long back in Taiwan,looks irresistible..

     
  10. Prathibha

    My mom has that cutter which is good 2 cut onions..but I loved that serving suggestion..putting onto skewer…lovely banana bread..looks yumm

     
  11. A gorgeous loaf ~ I always make my banana bread with chocolate and totally love it :)US Masala

     
  12. Delicious looking cake :)Wow.. the potato looks awesome 🙂 I havent seen this before 🙂

     
  13. Taste of Mysore

    Cake looks yumm..ya, we too got to see this twisty potato in a nearby carnival. I did not dare to try though!

     
  14. Bread looks perfectly baked! Love the texture..so soft!

     
  15. Loaf look so so yumm.

     
  16. Torviewtoronto

    fabulous looks delicious and healthy

     
  17. The bread looks delicious ! I have never seen twist potatoes like this, so interesting….

     
  18. Priya Yallapantula

    Love the texture and moisteness of your cake. Will surely give it a try.this twisted potato sounds great, it must be an art of peel potato into that spiral thing.

     
  19. notyet100

    luv the cake ,perfect way to use ripe bananas

     

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