sreda, 05. november 2014

Whole Wheat Banana Bread / Bananin kruh


“How can a nation be called great if its bread tastes like kleenex?” 
Julia Child

This quote made ​​me laugh, because quite a few people who were in America, told me that you can’t find good bread in the US (I’m not talking about sweet bread but just regular plain bread). Would anyone confirm this? Does anyone agree? I had never been there (so I don’t know if this is true), but I was often tempted to try that banana bread that Americans love to bake. I baked this banana bread in our new oven and even though my Truffles prefers that I use white flour, I decided for this recipe with whole wheat, because I was so impressed. And he liked it!

With love, Neja
Ta citat me je prav nasmejal, ker mi je že kar nekaj ljudi, ki so bili v Ameriki, reklo, da tam nikjer ne moreš najti dobrega kruha (v mislih imam navaden kruh, ne teh sladkih različic). Bi to kdo potrdil? Se kdo strinja? Sama še nisem bila tam (torej ne vem, če je to res), me je pa velikokrat zamikal bananin kruh, ki ga Američani radi pečejo. Novo pečico sem krstila z bananinim kruhom in čeprav moj Tartufi raje vidi, da uporabim belo moko, sem se odločila za recept, ki vsebuje polnozrnato, ker me je tako navdušil. In všeč mu je bil!

Z ljubeznijo, Neja
Recipe from: Naturally Ella

The Recipe

Ingredients

¾ cup old-fashioned oats
1 cup whole wheat pastry flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
½ cup walnuts
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup banana puree (2-3 bananas)
 ¾ cup maple syrup
 ⅓ melted butter
 2 eggs
 oatmeal and nuts to top

The process

1. Preheat oven to 350˚and generously butter/oil a 8 or 9" loaf pan (or use parchment paper.)

2. In a food processor, pulse oats until almost flour- I still like little pieces of oats left. Pour into a large bowl and add wheat flour, baking soda, salt, nuts, and chocolate chips.

3. In a separate bowl, whisk together banana puree, maple syrup, melted butter, and two eggs. Pour into dry ingredients. Stir until just combined (don't over stir!)

4. Pour into prepared pan and sprinkle with oats and nuts. Bake for 50-60 minutes. Top should spring back lightly and when a knife is entered, it should come out clean. Let cool and slice!
Sestavine 

70g ovsenih kosmičev
130g polnozrnate moke
1 čajna žlička sode bikarbone
½ žličke soli
60g orehov
160g čokoladnih solzic
bananin pire (2-3 banane)
240g javorjevega sirupa
75g stopljenega masla
2 jajci
ovseni kosmiči, orehi za povrh

Postopek 

1.    Pečico segrejte na 175˚C in v pekač za štruce (20cm) položite peki papir.

2.    V multipraktiku zmeljite ovsene kosmiče (da bo kot moka, lahko pa pustite kakšne večje koščke). Zmlete ovsene kosmiče vsujemo v posodo in dodamo polnozrnato moko, sodo bikarbono, sol, orehe in čokoladne solzice. Premešajte.

3.    V drugi skledi zmešajte skupaj bananin pire, javorjev sirup, maslo, in dve jajci. Nalijemo v suhe sestavine. Vse sestavine premešajte (ne preveč).

4.    Nalijemo v pripravljen pekač in po vrhu potresemo ovsene kosmiče in orehe. Pečemo 50-60 minut. Vanj zapičite zobotrebec ali nož, ki morata ven priti čista, da preverite, če je dovolj pečen. Pustite, da se ohladi in kruh narežite na rezine. 
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7 komentarjev

  1. Zgleda lepo, kot vedno! Pa tist luštn emajliran lonček <3 :)

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  2. Nevarno je obiskat tvoj blog, v prav vsakem primeru. Če sem sita, si govorim, tole morem naredit, ampak če se mi ne da najbolj. Če sem, niti sita, niti lačna, me mika da bi lahko kakšen košček. Zdaj ko sem pa lačna, pa je prav hudo.. (:

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  3. Uau, tole izgleda tako dobro!♥ njami :)

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