So far, we all are happy as our choice of color is looking good on the walls. Our room, which was given first, is almost done now and right now we are enjoying the brightness and a sense of spaciousness (provided by the bright color paint) in our room.
For the kitchen, I have bought a few more shelves and now I am waiting for some carpenter to come and fix the shelves. This coming weekend, we are planning to go out and shop for new curtains.This week we had one more reason to be happy as Inder’s transfer has been done to his choice of school, which also happens to be a morning and single shift school. Now, his commuting time too will be saved as it is very close to our house.
A few images taken over at my sister’s house, where we visited last weekend. And this was the loaf I carried with me to her house.
Unfortunately, I was told later that Abhinav, my nephew doesn’t like bananas… Over the last weekend, I read ‘When Breathe Becomes Air’ one more time. This memoir by Paul Kalanthini is the most heartbreaking and high influential book I have read in recent times. Every time I start this book I expect and wish a different end. You know, sometimes I fear for the safety of this blog. What if, all of my data is lost or erased from the site? What happens, if all my memories and emotions get accidentally deleted? Nobody is accountable for the security as it is a free platform. Virat promised me to help sometime soon. Anyways, I can’t talk write any further now. More updates soon.
Serves – 10
Recipe adapted from The Fit Interest
- Bananas, ripe – 3
- Eggs – 3
- Oil – ¼ cup
- Dessicated coconut – ½ cup
- Vanilla essence – 2tsp
- Multigrain Flour – ½ cup
- Water – 1/8 cup
- baking powder – 1 tsp
- walnuts – ½ cup
- honey – ¼ cup
- Banana, cut into ½ inch slices
- Demarara sugar – 2 tsp
Preheat the oven at 180 degree C. Line a 6” loaf tin with baking paper. In a mixer jar blend the three bananas until soft and smooth. Now add eggs and run until well blended. Add water, oil, honey and dessicated coconut and blitz again for a few seconds. Sift flour and baking powder in another bowl. Now gently fold walnuts and flour mixture into the wet mixture. Pour this mixture into the prepared tin. Press the chopped banana (optional) banana into the batter. Now sprinkle the demarara sugar evenly over the top.
Bake in the oven for 30 -35 minute or until the skewer or knife comes out clean.