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  1. srividhya Ravikumar says

    Very healthy and spongy bread swathi..

  2. Kavi Foodomania says

    Hey Swat! 😀 I gotta tell you, you need lots of protein shakes to keep up with your kids! You probably don’t need any workout at all with kids who keep you on your toes all the time! 🙂

    Coming to the recipe, if I were to eat plantains ever, this would be how I would like them! They end product looks awesome!! 🙂

  3. simple baking says

    Oh my!! You really have your hands full with those two :D.
    BTW your loaf looks marvelous. Love the even texture and can imagine that it must have tasted great too.

  4. Kaveri Venkatesh says

    Reading about your daughter’s tissue adventure, did scare me…If my daughter would’ve done something like that, she wouldn’t allow me to touch her also and will keep crying..:(

    The bread looks awesome Swathi

  5. Kaveri Venkatesh says

    Hey Swathi, Forgot to mention that I love your new header.

  6. Tina says

    healthy and delicious..

  7. Vimitha Anand says

    Bread looks so perfectly done… and ur kid seems to be one naughty cutie

  8. Anu says

    Hi Swathi, Plantain cashew bread looks real yumm..just perfect..

  9. Guru Uru says

    I think you deserve at least 2 chunky pieces of this wonderful bread my friend, you are such a wonderful mum always there for your prince and princess 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  10. Shanthi says

    Delicious delight, Nice clicks.

  11. Oishii Treats says

    Looks delicious, Never tried baking with plantains, but I will have to try this out for sure. Sounds like you had a really eventful weekend, glad everything worked out with the tissue paper 🙂

  12. Navaneetham Krishnan says

    I only know of using plantain, just like you have mentioned – into curries and we love the crispy fried version very much. What a discovery that ripen plantains can be used for making bread. Awesome idea and thank you so much. I need to try out and see whether my family will love it.

  13. Suja Manoj says

    Soft and spongy,perfectly baked bread,tempting.

  14. Rani Acharyulu says

    Hi Swathi…What Kavi said that is true you need lots of energy drinks for handling naughty and cute kids. Belated wishes to Onam to you and your loved ones.
    Wonderful Bread looks yummy and delicious. Always I like your Baked recipes.

  15. All That I'm Eating says

    I love banana bread and this one looks perfect.

  16. Shama Nagarajan says

    yummy bread

  17. kitchen queen says

    yummilicious and awesome combo and perfectly baked bread.

  18. Priya says

    Wow, plaintain in bread, everytime i want to get those ripen plaintain from African’s grocery here,but somehow none at home like it,now i dont have any reason to make this bread, well done Swathi,excellent and beautifully baked bread.

  19. Swasthi says

    i wonder how you manage so many tasks swathi! kids,blog posts,events, blog hops, baking partners, facebook…………, I appreciate it. bread looks delicious.

  20. Balvinder Ubi says

    Plantain in bread! I have only made koftas or dry vegetable dish with it. looks perfectly baked.

  21. Reshmi Mahesh says

    So your kids are doing their work…Keeping you on ur toes and making you miss your heart beats…:)..My sis had put a bead in her nose when she was small and 8 people had to hold her for the nurse to remove it…:)..
    Bread looks very yummy and loved the texture…

  22. tadkapasta says

    Hey Swathi, that bread looks great and really liked the combination of plantains with cashews.

  23. Heather Schmitt-Gonzalez says

    Okay, I’ll tell you something….when I was little, I put a bean in my nose and my mom had to take me to the hospital to have it removed!! I think that’s fairly common…don’t worry! This bread sounds awesome…I don’t why I’ve never thought to add cashews to a bread since they are my favorite nut! I’m happy that you’ve brought this lovely loaf by and added it to the BYOB basket this month. Thanks Swathi! =)

  24. Julia says

    I love bananas and other ingredients that you put. It is a real treat, wonderful.

  25. Shruti Dhingra Wahi says

    Perfectly baked 😉
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  26. Lizzy Do says

    What a gorgeous, dense quick bread! I’d love to taste this beauty 🙂

  27. Cake Duchess says

    I’ve never incorporated plantains in bread! I love plantains and do make banana bread every week. Great idea and looks so good, Swathi:)xx

  28. Reeni Pisano says

    Oh goodness – I’m glad your princess is OK! I love the bread Swathi – never baked with plantains before – what a great idea!

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  31. Shailaja Reddy says

    Swathi, Bresd is very soft & perfect.

  32. Angie's Recipes says

    I am too a fan of good banana bread. This with plantain and cashew sure looks tempting and wholesome.

  33. Amrita Vishal says

    Such a neat and perfect bread..looks straight out of a bakery!! Great job!

  34. Sherin Deepu says

    Perfect and healthy too definitely. KU the good work

  35. Rosita Vargas says

    Una gran receta soy fan del plátano es irresistible,abrazos hugs,hugs.

  36. Elisabeth says

    Swathi, I just love…love your plantain bread. Never wold have thought about substituting it for the bananas. Makes a lot of sense to incorporate very ripe plantains. I will certainly will make this yummy bread very soon, since we have such an abundance of plantains here in S. Florida, and Lora and I make plantains at least once or twice a week. Thanks for sharing, and BTW, you can still make a bread this month…a new month for ‘twelve loaves’ …which is originated by Lora. This month is breads with cheese…check it out!

  37. Velva says

    I love cooking with bananas, and I love plantains. I think this was a great idea to use it, in this bread.

    Very nice!

    Velva

  38. Ramya says

    Ur kiddo sounds soo cute and naughty! A bit scary to find out that a little one can stuff 3-4 tissues in that teeny tiny nose:-(
    I never had plantain other than fritters, chips or curry..This bread looks gorgeous. Loved the texture

  39. tamilsasikitchen says

    Looks awesome..Innovative idea…Yummy…Happy to follow you…:)

  40. runnergirlinthekitchen.blogspot.com says

    ohh what lovely combination and bread looks soo good, I just loved it.

  41. PT says

    nice click and perfectly made..

  42. The 21st Century Housewife© says

    What a stressful weekend you had! Why do kids put things up their noses? It’s so strange; they all do it though!! I’m glad it was all okay in the end.

    Your plantain cashew bread sounds delicious. I have eaten plantain, but never in a quick bread; it’s a great idea to use it! Cashews are my favourite nut too, so I think this would be wonderful.

  43. spusht says

    omg, why do kids like to freak their parents out!? the last i heard a friend’s little son put 3 tires of his toy car in his mouth, and they could remove only 2. they thought of waiting until next day to see if 1 tire comes out. so scary!

  44. Alea Milham says

    Oh goodness, kids can be so scary! And then they grow up and start driving! 🙂 I am so glad your princess is okay!

    Your bread looks wonderful! What a delicious twist on banana bread.

  45. Alea Milham says

    Oh goodness, kids can be so scary! And then they grow up and start driving! 🙂 I am so glad your princess is okay!

    Your bread looks wonderful! What a delicious twist on banana bread.