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  Banana bread    Preheat oven 350*    Bake 1 hr. or until done. 2 Cups mashed ripe bananas 1 Cup oil 4 Eggs 3/4 Cup sour cream 2 Tabs orange juice in a medium bowl
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Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 7/2/2012 6:51 PM EDT
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I think one of the reasons I liked it so much is that it does have a better banana"ey" flavor if y'all know what I mean.
I think the brown sugar comes through a bit as well. 
The bread that I got had a more brown look to it I think from the brown sugar. (It could have been from the nuts I used, I had some praline pecans that I tossed in they may have added a bit of color as well,)
I will be making this one again!

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 7/2/2012 8:28 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: BANANA BREAD:
I think one of the reasons I liked it so much is that it does have a better banana"ey" flavor if y'all know what I mean. I think the brown sugar comes through a bit as well.  The bread that I got had a more brown look to it I think from the brown sugar. (It could have been from the nuts I used, I had some praline pecans that I tossed in they may have added a bit of color as well,) I will be making this one again!
Posted by nikki p


I'm glad that you like it.I fell in love with it being nice and moist.Some banana breads are dry.The sour cream and oil make it nice and moist.I think the orange juice is used to activate the baking soda.This bread is darker than a standard banana bread.It's a good recipe.I wish someone would make the chocolate whipped cream roll and the torte recipe I posted.They are very special..

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 7/4/2012 9:48 AM EDT
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i found some 'almost ready bananas at the store monday--------------so last night i peeled and put them in the freezer ------------and since i still had open oj in the fridge ---i went ahead and added it in w/ the bananas------------ready to make more soon

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 7/4/2012 2:18 PM EDT
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GRANA here; I freeze overipe bananas as availble , for making smoothies& banana cake/muffins Now I haveto decide: BANANA BREAD???????????? SMOOTHIES????????????We uy aB IG BAG or BUNCH every week& rarely have any left over to get perfect  for baking & making smoothies I have to buy ome  marked dow/ overipe bananas  when available( also rarely since so many  people are sing  them to make smothies or banana bread, even brownies( replacing all that oil & they are so nice topped  w/icecream & cherries
[ brownie banana split]Wink

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 7/4/2012 9:43 PM EDT
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ann

you can freeze any bananas  and when thawed they will be just as dark and mushy as if they were overripe----------so if you can't find them in the store---------just freeze the good ones overnight

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 7/15/2012 3:22 AM EDT
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Gale, This one sounds very interesting with the orange juice and the
brown sugar. Also like the sour cream and that the bread is very
moist. Thanks for another great recipe.

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 7/15/2012 7:53 AM EDT
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   W e had the best banana bread fresh from the oven.

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 7/18/2012 5:49 AM EDT
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Bakery 1 G and Carol P. I hope you get to make this one.I think you will both really like this.Let me know if you make it and what you think.

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 8/11/2012 12:25 PM EDT
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That is an interesting recipe I have never used sour cream in mine.
I am going to try it now.

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 8/12/2012 6:04 PM EDT
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Gale - Thank you for this recipe.  It sounds interesting with the orange juice and sour cream.  This is on my list of items to bake when it cools off more.

Re: BANANA BREAD

posted at 8/12/2012 8:04 PM EDT
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Your're all very welcome.I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do!
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