July 09, 2016
Desserts, Cakes, Tube/Bundt,
Fruit, Banana, Portuguese, Easy/Beginner Cooking, Kid Pleaser, Make-Ahead, Entertaining, Potluck, Rosh Hashanah, Electric Mixer, Hand Mix/Whisk, Oven Bake, Kosher, Non-Dairy, Vegetarian, Sugar more
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"Another recipe found @ portuguesedinerdotcom/ (aka Tia Maria's Blog for the Portuguese Foodie), where I definitely hit the mother-lode of comfort food recipes typical of the Azorean Islands & rooted in the Portuguese cuisine. Although most recipes at the site are her own, this recipe was contributed by Mary Connie De Pao, a devoted follower of Maria's blog. My Siggi is esp fond of bananas, so I expect this cake to be an early choice to make after Culinary Quest #3 is concluded. Prep time was not given & was estimated by me. ENJOY!"
Beat the egg yolks, orange juice, sugar & oil in a lrg bowl. Add the flour & baking powder (a little at a time), mixing well after each addition.
In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites to form stiff peaks & gently fold them into the batter until blended.
Pour the batter into a greased & lightly floured bundt pan.
Cut the bananas into thin coins & place slices over the entire top of the batter.
Combine 1/4 cup sugar w/1 tbsp grd cinnamon & sprinkle the mixture atop the banana covered batter.
Bake in preheated oven at 350F for approx 45 min until golden.
Allow to cool slightly & then remove the cake from the pan to fully cool.
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Very good -- we really enjoyed this cake even though it didn't come out of the pan in one piece -- our fault! But we did enjoy it anyways -- and it stayed moist for breakfast the next day too! Thanks for sharing!