16 October 2013

Sesame banana bread



 
Maybe all  people say  when make a banana bread  is wonderful! but I think this is really awesome, you know: I'm the queen of banana's pudding but I saved someone to make this sesame banana bread that I find in 101 Cookbooks and  indeed is an amazing recipes blog.
Is moist, tasty, and delicious! (love the color too)
Ah! and love the sesame inside and outside!




Ingredients

1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup whole wheat flour
3/4 cup dark brown sugar
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon fine grain salt
1 1/3 cups toasted sesame seeds
1/3 cup  canola oil (or sunflower)
2 eggs lightly beaten
1 1/2 cups (340 g) mashed very ripe bananas
1/4 cup greek yogurt
1 teaspoon freshly grated lemon zest



For the glaze

1 cup confectioners'sugar
4- 6 teaspoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
sesame seeds to garnish
(black and white)


Method
Preheat the oven to 180 ° (350 F) and place a rack in the center.
Butter and flour a 23 x 13 cm loaf pan or equivalent.

In a large bowl, whisk together the flours, sugar,baking soda and salt. Add 1 cup of sesame seeds and combine well.
In a separate bowl, mix togeher the oil,eggs,mashed banana,yogurt and  lemon  zest.
 Pour the banana mixture into the flour mixture and fold with a spatula until just combined. Scrape the batter into the prepared pan until golden brown about 45 minutes.
You want to achieve beautiful color on the cake, but you don't want to bake all the moisture of it.
 So the minute you're in that zone, pull it. Erring on the side of under-baking versus over.
Transfer the pan to a wire rack to cool in the pan for 10 minutes.
While the cake is cooling, prepare the glaze. In a bowl, whisk together the sugar and lemon juice until smooth. When the cake is cool, drizzle the glaze on topo of the cake,spreading with a spatula to cover, and finish with the sesame seeds.
I use black and white but you can use only white too.



Print recipe here






En español
Pan de plátanos con semillas de sésamo










Este pan de plátanos con semillas de sésamo lo recomiendo de todas maneras, rico, especial cuando tienes esos platanos muy maduros, y el sésamo le da un toque especial.
La receta está adaptada de 101 Cookbooks.

Ingredientes
1 taza de harina blanca sin polvos de hornear
1 taza de harina integral
3/4 taza de azúcar rubia
3/4 cucharadita de bicarbonato de soda
1/2 cucharadita de sal
1 1/3 taza de semillas de sésamo (natural o tostado)
1/3 taza de aceite de maravilla o de canola
2 huevos ligeramente batidos
1 1/2 taza de plátano molido
1/4 taza de yogurt griego o natural
1 cucharadita de ralladura de cáscara de limón

Para el glaseado
1 taza de azúcar glass o impalpable
4 a 6 cucharaditas de jugo de limón
semillas de sésamo para adornar (puede ser blanco y negro o sólo natural)

Preparación

Precalentar el horno a 180°c
y poner el calor al centro .
Engrasar y enharinar un molde alargado para pan de unos 23x
13 cm.
En un bol grande mezclar las harinas, azúcar, bicarbonato de soda y sal.

Agregar 1 taza de semillas de sésamo y mezclar bien.
En otro bol mezclar el aceite, los huevos, los plátanos molidos y la ralladura de limón.
Unir las dos mezclas la  de plátano y las harinas, unir todo bien. Colocarla masa en el molde alargado preparado. Llevar a horno por unos 45 minutos.
Hay que estarlo viendo, que quede dorado pero no pierda la humedad.
Lo que quiero decir es que no debe pasarse de horno.
Retirar el cake de plátano y dejar reposar unos 10 minutos.
Mientras el cake se está enfriando se puede preparar el glace,
En un bol mezclar el azúcar con el jugo de limón, Cuando esté listo esparcir sobre el cake y adornar con semillas de sésamo.

 

69 comments:

  1. Fabuloso Gloria, una buena rebanada ahora mismo me sentaría fenomenal!

    Besos.

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    1. Gracias Mayte encantada te convidaba!

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  2. Love the sesame studs. Bread looks gorgeous

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  3. Ça doit apporter un bon côté croustillant avec ces graines de sésame.

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    1. Merci beaucoup Isabelle J'aime graines de sesame:)

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  4. looks so yummy! I want a slice! :)

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  5. Wow so many sesame seeds! This looks like a really delicious loaf!

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  6. i grew up eating various breads like this...my dad used to help out
    older ladies at church and they paid him in banana breads
    and zuchinni bread....never had it with sesame seed though

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    1. What fun the ladies paid with banana breads! lovely!many timed I dint make one but I love this brea and live wuth sesames seeds!

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  7. Dear Gloria, This looks wonderful and such a pretty tea cup. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  8. Hi Gloria,

    I love sesame seeds too and I can imagine that your banana bread must have a nice nutty flavour.

    Zoe

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  9. Che splendida versione di banana bread. Lo adoro e mi piace molto l'idea dei semini di sesamo. Voglio provarlo :) Un abbraccio, buona giornata

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    1. Grazie Fede, I think you always make amazing and lovely breeads!

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  10. che bel banana bread, voglio provarlo ! Buona giornata Gloria, un abbraccio !

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    1. Grazie Chiara, buona giornata per te:)

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  11. Love sesame seeds! This banana bread looks scrumptious.

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    1. Angie I noticed you love sesame sedes too, work so well with many foods!

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  12. Ha davvero un bellissimo aspetto!!!!

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  13. This is a fantastic bread!Congrats,dear!Love all the seeds!
    Kisses!

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  14. I love pairing sesame with sweet flavors! So unique.

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  15. Love all the seeds here, Gloria. Such a healthy bread...it looks delicious!

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    1. Yip! I love sesame sedes in this banana bread!! xo

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  16. Bread you say? Trying to kill me again at your bay? lol

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    1. Of course not silly I know you only love berries here lol

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  17. Love the bread, love the sesame seeds too Gloria. I even love the lemon juice in the glaze. This must be one delicious Banana Bread!

    Thanks for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. Thanks Louise I love sesame in this banana bread! (Ithink I will post my pasta next Friday at afternoon) Louise I will mail you!xo

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  18. This is my sort of bread! Looks amazing Gloria! I am bookmarking this as I would love it for breakfast! Brava!

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  19. Is delicious for brekfast Alida, thanks to you cara:)

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  20. Now that looks reallllly good. I love sesame seeds.

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  21. This looks amazing! I love sesame seeds and never thought of using it for banana bread! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I love this banana bread récipe Joyce really by the sesame seeds anyway is absolutely delicious!

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  22. Thanks Finla!! love your last récipe!:)

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  23. Gloria, While I'd be interested in trying this combination of flavors and textures, my better half wouldn't share it with me. She doesn't like sesame seeds stuck in her teeth and she won't even eat a hamburger on a sesame seed bun... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. ah David she is funny, never have problema in my teeth with sesame, hugs!xo

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  24. i've never seen sesame seeds in banana bread--great idea, gloria!

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    1. Yes is my first with sesame and I loved !:)

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  25. I love this banana bread. I love that you topped it with the sesame seeds!

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  26. Coming into our cold weather, this is perfect for making warm bread. Hugs and kisses, Gloria! xoxo

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  27. Yes I missed autumn here is so hot dear Elsie, I dont like so much summer:)

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  28. Pan de plátano con semillas de sésamo ¡que rico!! me encanta Gloria. Buen fin de semana, besos.

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    1. Gracias Rosana que tengas un buen fin de semana y te mejores!! besos

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  29. che buono con il sesamo!!!! buon week end <3

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  30. Grazie Fede buob week end per te <3

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  31. hi Gloria compliment for your interesting cooking blog.
    now i'm your new follower and if you want visit my Italian cooking blog
    bye David
    http://cookingwithdavid2012.blogspot.it/

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