We come to the close of yet another rewarding year and in a hope of a new beginning. Rewinding the happenings of 2014, it was a great year in the personal front. But on the world as a whole , we saw a lot of disturbing incidents which make us really think on our values, personal choices and our upbringing. Every life is gifted and we do not have a right to take it away. Given the fact that natural disasters are something that is out of human control there are certainly other things which one can do. So let us all prey for a happy and peaceful new year. Someone rightly said, " If it were not for hope, the hearts would die". We all live on hope , a hope of a new morning , in hope of love , in hope of peace, in hope of meeting our loved ones, a hope of being together. So with this note that we all hope for a better humanity where we live and let others live, let’s all hope for a rocking 2015 !!
Often there are a couple of over ripened bananas lying on the kitchen counter. Seeing its outer blackened colour nobody would want to touch it. But the fact is that, bananas with black spots on them enhance its potassium value than the spotless golden ones. Also the sweetness of the banana increases with its age. So next time you see a wilting banana on your kitchen counter , put it to use instead of throwing it into the bin.
Banana is a great ingredient to add to cakes and muffins. Besides giving it a soft texture it adds great flavour as well. Ripened bananas are also used in Indian cooking as well. They add nice colour and enhance the taste.
1 cup Whole Wheat Flour
3 heaped tsp Baking powder
1/4 th cup Brown sugar, powdered
3 tsp Cinnamon Powder
2 large fully Ripe Bananas, mashed
3/4th cup Vegetable or Sunflower oil
100gms Dried fruit or Nuts
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