Cambodian Dessert: Banana Cake (Easy to Make Recipe)


Hello. Just wanted to share another Cambodian dessert recipe. Why? Well, not only because it's easy -- but Cambodian New Years is nearing and I'd like to share a pretty good cake recipe. I'm no expert in cooking, but this recipe is easy and mostly anyone can do it. So here we go!

What's you'll need...

- 2 bananas. Make sure they're ripe, peeled, and mashed.

- 2 eggs.

- 1 cup of all purpose flour.

- 11/2cups of sugar.

- 1/2 stick of butter.

- 1/4 teaspoon of salt.

- 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil.

- 1/4 baking powder.

- 1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract.

What you're gonna do...

- Take a cake pan and grease it up with oil.

- Preheated the oven at 325 degrees.

- Mix the eggs with salt, butter, vanilla, sugar, and baking powder in a large mixing bowl.

- Add the banana, mix well, and add the flour. Mix it until it's smooth.

- Then you're gonna pour this mixture into the greased up pan.

- Bake for 20 minutes. However, it varies -- depending on your oven. So just make sure you check it out so you don't overcook it.

And that's it.

This banana cake can be served cold or hot. I eat it with coffee, you can eat it with whatever you want. You can also apply icing and some Cambodians pour coconut sauce on top of it -- but I just like it plain.

Have fun. =]

The Jet signing out.

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Ingenira 5 years ago

Sounded simple to make. I'll try this out one day. Thanks for sharing !

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The Jet 5 years ago from The Bay Author

No problemo. Thanks for reading.

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suziecat7 5 years ago from Asheville, NC

Sounds easy and delicious. I'm going to try it.

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acaetnna 5 years ago from Guildford

I am always up for trying new recipes and this sounds great. I prefer to eat slightly under ripe bananas, so to use ripe bananas for this will solve my problem! Bookmark, thanks for sharing.

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The Jet 5 years ago from The Bay Author

@ acaetnna. I hope enjoy it and no problemo. :)

@ suziecat7. Have fun! Haha.

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katiem2 5 years ago from I'm outta here

I love cake, I love bananas and now I have both together with your wonderfully delicious Cambodian Dessert Banana Cake, can't wait! :) Katie

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The Jet 5 years ago from The Bay Author

Glad to bring the two together for you. Enjoy. :)

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duffsmom 5 years ago from Pacific Northwest, USA

Whoa two cultures meet--your Cambodian dessert cake is just like my banana bread recipe! Will print this out and put it with mine. Thanks for the Hub---!!

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The Jet 5 years ago from The Bay Author

No problemo. :) It's a very simple recipe -- it was bound to be emulated in various areas.

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Magdaleine 4 years ago

Great, I will try it, thanks for the recipe.

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FullOfLoveSites 3 years ago from United States

It's looks really simple to make... I like it, not much fuss. Will try it, thanks for sharing! :)

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IslandBites 3 years ago from Puerto Rico

Good recipe!

Kara 2 years ago

How many does this serve about?

Rena 2 years ago

It's posts like this that make surfing so much plsaeure

Shilpa 2 years ago

1. The use of the correct peteicidss to kill the bad insects and bugs and proper management of the land to produce food for themselves2. That pesticide can kill good and bad bugs3. Holes in leaves, corn begin eaten and good vegetables begin eaten.4. Chemicals that kills many bugs and pests5. So the good bugs don't be killed6. True7. A book and paper pictures of bugs that are good.8.They are the roles of good bugs9.They are able to produce food successfully10. A lot because the young people of Cambodia have learnt to manage their land and produce healthy crops.

Alphe 2 years ago

Answer to Question 5: They are trying to stop Cambodians use psdcitiee so that it will not: Persistent psdcitiee use over long periods of time results in lower crop yields, reduced soil fertility, and increased susceptibility to attack by new forms of pests and disease. Some psdcitiees and forms of pest control services like Terminix can be beneficial in decreasing the populations of harmful or destructive insects, others can be damaging to the environment and cause all sorts of problems.

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