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Banana And Cinnamon Cake Recipe
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Ok, the description is a tad bit over the top, but this cake is actually very good and soft. Easy to make and nice to eat, what else can a person want?

So, ingredients:

Four bananas

Three eggs

One cup of white sugar

Half a cup of oil (I used corn oil, but I suppose any vegetal oil will do)

Two cups of brown rice flour

One tablespoon of cinnamon

One tablespoon of baking powder

How to bake it:

1) Mash the four bananas in a recipient and let it rest (I put it on the fridge so the bananas wouldn't darken). In another recipient, beat the eggwhites until they are fluffy, the fluffiest the better. Put them aside as well. Turn on the oven, so it can pre-heat on 1750 C.

2)In yet another recipient, mix the yolk of the three eggs, the flour, the cinnamon, the oil and the sugar. The dough will be mostly crumbs, don't panic. Then add the mashed bananas and make sure they are very well mixed, otherwise the cake will end up too solid. The eggwhites go into the mix after this and last the baking powder. I greased the cake form with oil, but anything other method will do.

3) Now, here's the tricky part. I couldn't measure quite rightly the time the cake takes to be ready. I lowered the temperature of the oven a bit before putting it in and checked from ten to ten minutes. After the cake is brown on top, it takes a bit for it to be ready. Just in case, stick it with a toothpick. If the toothpick comes out clean, then the cake is good to eat. It took 25 minutes in my case...

Well, I hope it's enjoyable for you guys!

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This sounds so dang good... I have to make it! Thanks.

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Oh WOW. Thank you!

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