Sunday, 6 December 2009

PostHeaderIcon Different Japan: How to bake.

How to bake

I would just like to make this blog post to boast about my amazing skills in the Japanese kitchen. Nobody in Japan owns an oven. They do have these hybrid microwave/your child's first oven but they aren't very good. However, I heard you could "bake" things in the rice cooker. So I made a banana cake and it was absolutely amazing. I was preparing myself for some sort of aborted alien to appear but instead I made the best banana cake I've ever eaten. Ever. I'm fantastic.

Here's my.... loose recipe:

2 bananas that have gone a bit black (extra flavour)
3/4 cup of sugar
1 egg
1.5 cups of flour
1/5 cup of baking powder
Lashings and lashings of vanilla flavouring
Into a blender
Into a rice cooker
2-3 cycles of that and DA DA DAAAAAA


スバナナらしい

4 comments:

nevaH said...

Wait, so if I've learned anything from your blog, this is where we go: おいしいですよ。Right?

Ahoy hoy said...

Close. I'd say that if I was telling you it was delicious. The よ is like an exclamation mark at the end.

You'd say おいしそう which means "looks/smells delicious".

I also made a funny joke under my picture. Subarashii means wonderful and I wrote Subananarashii. Haha I'm funny.

nevaH said...

And we'd say that even if we were being fed rat poison, right?

Ahoy hoy said...

Exactly.

No such concerns with my cake though. I keep thinking about it. I'm gonna make one after work.

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I am a 24 year old Scotsman currently teaching English to Japanese schoolchildren. I live in a small town on the east coast of Kochi prefecture.

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