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Waraku lunch with Baby

27 Jun

Met baby at Marina Square to go for the Greengrocer Roadshow
and lunch at Waraku.

Went to the Greengrocer roadshow first.
was very tempted to buy the foie gra.
But decided to buy it through their website
Cause wasn’t going home straight from there. (:

So we headed to have lunch!

the menu was extensive! haha
we took pretty long to decide what we wanted.
in the end, this was our selection for the afternoon :

Seafood pancake on hot plate

this was the best dish for the day actually (:

Beef with miso paste

I must say this would be better if the beef was slightly thinner.
but it was not bad (:

Lastly, Garlic fried rice in hot stone bowl

this was not too bad. but was a tad bit too oily for our liking
but tasty!

baby enjoying the seafood pancake (:

I would say, when u go there for lunch
have their set lunch.
looks pretty good ( the table opposite me was having it haha )

oh. and my baby cut his hair!


Banana cake

27 Jun

Dad found a recipe on a newspaper on Banana cake
and since he can start eating fruits and vege now
I decided to make it for him! (:

Ingredients needed :
130g butter
200g sugar
2 eggs
1 cup mashed bananas ( about two large bananas or three medium )
250g plain flour
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
120ml buttermilk
120g chopped walnuts ( optional )

1) Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees C. Grease a 20cm baking tin and set aside. Sift the dry ingredients once through into a bowl.

2) Cream butter and sugar in a large bowl until light and creamy.

3) Beat in 1 egg until all all is mixed in.

4) Then add the other egg and a bit of the sifted flour into the bowl so that the mixture doesn’t curdle.

5) Fold in the flour mixture alternating with the buttermilk. ( Do it in two batches, and remember to start and end with the flour mixture )
Fold until all the flour mixture is just fully combined and the mixture is smooth.

6) Add in the mashed bananas until fully combined.

7) Turn the mixture into the baking pan and
bake it for about 45 minutes or until the skewer that is inserted into the cake comes out clean.
( for the last 20 minutes, cover the top of the baking pan with an aluminium foil so that the top of the cake won’t burn )

before baking

after baking

seeing how it turned out
I couldn’t help myself.
but to have a small piece of it. (:
I must say
it turned out really well! hehe
moist and light.
not too sweet as well

and a bonus : my dad loved it!
I’m a happy girl.