Wednesday, September 8, 2010

No Knead Yeasted Banana & Cardamom Bread

I love baking breads at home, nothing will stop me to try out new and different bakes or breads at home..While going through Aparna's space, immediately i got hooked to this cardamom flavoured banana bread, since its a no knead bread, i wanted to try them the next day itself.. Eventhough she prepared her bread as rolls, i prepared this bread as a single round bread which is quite easier for me to bake off..This bread is very easy to prepare since its doesnt goes for kneading which sounds very interesting for me and i tried this bread day before sterday, this bread came out very well..While baking, the aroma of this bread completely filled my house.. Once everyone came back home, we enjoyed having this bread with nutella spread and jam for our snacks..Thanks to Aparna for sharing this wonderful bread and we loved it.. Sending to T&T-My Diverse Kitchen guest hosted by Srivalli,Susan's YeastSpotting and to Champa's Bake Off Event

Yeasted Banana and Cardamom Bread

3+1/2cups All purpose flour
1/2cup Buttermilk
1+1/2tsp Active dry yeast
1/2cup Luke warm water
1tsp Salt
1tsp Sugar
2tbsp Butter( melted)
1cup Banana puree
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
Extra flour for dusting
Butter for brushing the bread

Take the lukewarm water, buttermilk, yeast,salt, sugar, butter, cardamom powder, banana puree in a large bowl, lightly whisk everything in a large bowl and add gradually the flour without kneading using a wooden spatula,until the flour get well mixed..close the bowl and allow the dough to rise upto two hours in a warm place..Once the dough get rised, arrange the dough in fridge for half an hour, it will be easier to handle the dough..

Grease a regular cake tin with enough butter...Take the dough , dust lightly with flour and roll the dough as a medium sized round shaped loaf, arrange the rolled loaf over the greased cake tin..make some slashes over the dough, cover the dough with a wet towel, allow the dough to rice for an hour again...Bake the bread at 350F for 30-35minutes until the crust turns brown...brush the bread with butter once they came out of the oven..

Enjoy the bread with nutell spread or jams..

62 comments:

  1. It looks so different and tempting...

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  2. wow, no knead sounds great and the bread looks yummy !!!

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  3. beautiful bread, love the banana and cardamom combo,yummy

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  4. wow..sounds & looks great..liked the combo.

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  5. Yummy bread...I love the flavor and aroma of the cardamom seeds and would love to try this bread. Thanks for sharing !!

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  6. YUmmy bread recipe..Bookmarked!

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  7. MMM...banana and cardamom? That's got to be a winner!

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  8. I love no- knead breads.The combo is aromatic for sure.Love the crack on the bread!
    Sinfully Spicy

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  9. ♥Olá, amiga!
    Passei para uma visitinha...
    Isso é tudo de bom!!!
    Deliciosa receita e bela foto do prato.
    Boa semana!♥
    Beijinhos.
    Itabira♥
    ♥♥♥ Brasil

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  10. il doit être léger avec le babeurre parfumé avec les graines de cardamome et le gout de la banane ça doit être un délice la mettre sous le coude
    bonne soirée

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  11. bread looks different.. liked it!
    Thanks for answering my query Priya!

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  12. That looks delicious Priya. Very different.

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  13. What to say Priya! You are an expert baker....bread looks so beautiful and fluffy.

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  14. wow bread looks so soft n perfect ...love this no knead bread ..

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  15. Thats an awesome bake...thanx for sharing...

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  16. Thats a very interesting recipe...Got to try out soon...thanks for sharing

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  17. no kneading! there is nothing much easier than this.

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  18. No knead sounds great! It looks so fluffy!

    http://ruchikacooks.com

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  19. No knead is always good..perfectly baked bread!!

    US Masala

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  20. Very nice and interesting recipe. Bread looks very soft, yummy and tempting.

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  21. Looks perfect and love the way you have done it priya...

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  22. Lovely idea.. i am having a latest cravings for banana bread :)

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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  23. I have been waiting for my first recipe with yeast.. And have been delaying it for long. While I wondered when the long bought yeast would be put to use, I come across your recipe. I think is it. No knead. Good one for starters. Thanks Priya.

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  24. wow,banana bread looks perfect and tempting!

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  25. Love the combination of banana and cardamon flavour. Best of all, there's no kneading. I love that. Thanks very much for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  26. Yummy looking bread and aromatic as well.
    Kshipra

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  27. bread looks perfect Priya. also the previous cake !! Yummy

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  28. mmm this looks interesting. never had something like this before :) i need to try one of these out eh.

    take cares & have a great day!
    jen @ www.passion4food.ca

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  29. Looks so spongy ..... Will try this soon.

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  30. looks so good and delicious.

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  31. I bookmarked it. So easy and wonderful tasty bread.

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  32. I too was planning on this Excellent Priya

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  33. Thats a nice and hassle free recipe for a bread priya. Surely a must try for me.

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  34. Sounds good,new kind of recipe to me,thanks for the recipe priya!

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  35. Lovely bread! Moist and perfect with a hot cup of tea.

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  36. no kneading? now thats the kind of baking for me hehe, have a nice day !!

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  37. Very tempting!!! Going to try right now!!!

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  38. The bread looks great dear, I must try this.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  39. Wow! What a bread! It's very good and nice! Slurp!

    Nandini's Food Page

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  40. I love the combination of banana and cardamom. Nice bread and thanks for the entry.

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  41. வித்தியாசமான ரெசிபி...சூப்பர்ர்!

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  42. looks perfect and am sure the cardamom should have given a great flavour

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  43. Love cardamon flavor..sure must have tasted great.

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  44. tempting bread!! sure needs to be bookmarked!

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  45. sounds like extremely easy cake ...gonna try this for sure :)

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  46. looks great am sure the cardamom must be adding a nice taste in it too

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  47. Hi I tried this today. I just substituted the flour with 2 cups white spelt and 11/2 cup wholegrain spelt. I put a pinch of cardamom. My kids liked this drizzled with a bit of honey. Thanks for this nice easy healthy recipe.
    K

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  48. Thanks for the lovely entries Priya..

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  49. Priya, I am trying this right now. Reached the stage where I have to refrigerate the dough for 1/2 an hour!

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  50. I like your round bread, looks pretty. I love cardamom and have a tendency to add wherever I can. :)
    Thanks for baking from my blog aand I'm glad you enjoyed this bread.

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