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Whole wheat banana pudding|cake

One more steamed banana pudding recipe for the hungry kids who just arrived from school. This dish is not a planned one. I saw few bananas ready to shed from its bunch. So I thought of making a snack and ended up in this recipe.

We all know banana is a healthy fruit. And it has fibre which aids in digestion. Potassium-rich banana helps in controlling blood pressure. Vitamin c is an added advantage.

Weight watchers should limit the consumption of banana as it is a high-calorie fruit. I am using wheat flour in this recipe. The pudding will be in a dark colour as I am using brown sugar.

What do we need to make steamed banana pudding

Banana

Among many types of banana Ilike to use cavendish for cooking cakes/pudding. The sweetness from the banana makes the perfect steamed or baked goods.

Wheat flour

Regular wheat flour or whole wheat flour can be added to balance the flour requirement.

Egg

I used brown kampong eggs to retain the moisture and fat requirement of the steamed pudding.

Baking powder

A regular raising agent to get a fluffy and soft pudding. Any brand of baking powder will work in this recipe.

Sugar

I generally avoid white sugar in my cooking. I used raw sugar in this recipe.

Vanilla essence/extract

I used brewed store-bought vanilla extract in this recipe instead of artificial vanilla essence. Add 1/2 tsp additionally if you use the natural one.

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Whole wheat banana pudding|cake

How to make a steamed banana pudding

Steamed banana pudding made using wheat flour,egg and banana for a simple evening snack.
Course after school snack, Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine International
Servings 4

Equipment

  • Steamer

Ingredients
  

  • Banana-2 big-sized
  • Egg-1
  • Wheat flour-200 gm
  • Vanilla essence-1 1/2 tsp
  • Brown sugar-5 tbsp
  • Baking powder-1 tsp
  • Salt-1/4tsp

Instructions
 

  • In a bowl, add wheat flour, salt, sugar and mix them well.
  • In a mixing bowl add egg and vanilla essence. Use a hand blender to mix them well. The mixture can be fluffed to get a smooth texture.
  • Meanwhile, mash the banana either using a blender or a hand blender.
  • Now add the flour mixture and banana into the wet mixture. Beat the mixture for 2 minutes until everything mixes well together.
  • Now the batter is ready to cook. Pour the batter into a pan. Use a parchment paper to make sure it doesn’t stick to the pan.
  • In a steamer, cook the batter for 3o minutes.
  • Use a toothpick to check in the middle part of the batter is cooked.
  • Remove the pan from the steamer. Remove the pudding from the pan. Allow it cool down.

Notes

  • Mash the banana before adding. It will become dark because of oxidation.
  • Parchment paper will reduce the batter from sticking in the pan.
  • Cover the lid of the steamer with a cloth to reduce the dripping of steam into the pudding.
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