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Banana and passion fruit cake

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Banana cake

Serves 8-10:

200 g cake flour
200 g banana, pureed
2 eggs
200 g sugar
125 ml milk
150 g butter, softened
Pinch of salt
1 Vanilla bean, seeds

Pre-heat the oven to 180ºC.
Grease a 23 cms round pan.
Whisk butter and sugar until smooth and white.
Add the eggs while mixing.
Add the banana and vanilla seeds.
Gently fold in the flour, salt and milk.
Combine well until smooth.
Bake for 30-40 minutes.
Unmould when completely cold.

Passion fruit and white chocolate ganache

300 g white chocolate, chopped
180 g passion fruit pulp, frozen
45 g butter, softened

Melt the chocolate in a double-boiler.
Add the passion fruit pulp and combine well.
Add the butter and combine until smooth.
Refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight.

Divide the cake horizontally in two layers.
Spread the ganache between layers.
Cover the cake with the remaining ganache.
Refrigerate until serving.




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11 Responses to “Banana and passion fruit cake”

  1. The Wind Attack em 13 February, 2009

    This looks really lovely. I like how the cake looks like a torte, smooth and creamy. I love the idea of a passion fruit and banana mix.

  2. Mrs & Mr Bear's kitchen em 14 February, 2009

    Hi,
    We’re big fallowers from your wonderful recipes, thanks for such a beautiful site plenty of creativity and flavor.
    Today we’ve a small question.
    Can we replace the passion fruit pulp with passion fruit juice?
    We live in the netherlands and it’s not allways easy to find passion fruits.
    Thanks for your attention, we hope to listen from you soon.

    Nick & Carolina.

  3. anna em 14 February, 2009

    That is one dense-looking banana cake. It looks delicious!

  4. Chuck em 14 February, 2009

    This is simply stunning. The combination of banana and passion fruit is wonderful. I love the bottom picture … just beautiful!

  5. Mrs & Mr Bear's kitchen em 14 February, 2009

    Hi,
    we would love to prepare the cake.Can be replaced the passion fruit pulp with juice?

  6. mavele em 14 February, 2009

    Looks georgeus, that combination of flavors is delicius

  7. Aran em 14 February, 2009

    so vibrant! i love the pairing of sweet bananas and sour passion fruit. excellent!

  8. sara em 14 February, 2009

    Yum, this looks fantastic!!

  9. pigpigscorner em 15 February, 2009

    This looks amazing! Looks so moist and the flavours are excellent!

  10. Kevin em 2 March, 2009

    That cake looks amazing!

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