Steamed Banana Bread

vegan banana bread without an oven

 

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Ryan GoodwinPublished on 33 days ago

No dairy, no eggs, no oven. You wouldn't think that an eggless, dairy free banana bread could turn out so moist, but the steam keeps it from drying out.

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What you will need

4 bananas

120 gr sugar

175 gr flour

1 tsp (4g) baking powder

1/2 tsp (3g) baking soda

1 tsp (6g) vanilla

a pinch of salt

⅔ cup (150 ml) vegetable oil

How to cook

1

Crush 4 overripe bananas

First, peel the bananas and squish them up. Overripe bananas are perfect for this recipe. If you accidentally let some bananas sit too long and they start to turn black, just store them in the freezer until you want to make banana bread.

2

Add remaining ingredients

Add the remaining ingredients in order, finishing with the oil. Mix well.

3

Prepare a baking dish

Select a baking dish that will fit completely inside your steamer. Grease your baking dish. I used a springform pan, so I had to line the bottom with foil to keep water from getting in as the cake was cooking.

4

Transfer batter to baking dish

Pour all of your batter into the greased baking dish.

5

Steam for 1 hour

Bring the water in your steamer to a gentle simmer and place the banana bread inside. Cover and cook for about 1 hour.

Bring the water in your steamer to a gentle simmer and place the banana bread inside. Cover and cook for about 1 hour.

6

Remove from pan and serve

Remove from pan, turn out onto a plate, and serve.

Remove from pan, turn out onto a plate, and serve.

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Tatjana BK Lee avatar
Tatjana BK Lee22 days ago ☰
Why do you take baking soda & baking powder?
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