A Simple Banana Bread Recipe
Banana Bread Recipe coming soon but first this … So according to Vogue, Hygge is out and LAGOM is in for 2017! My LAGOM journey officially started in 2016 and I’m still living it! (I say officially because I’ve dabbled in the LAGOM way of life all my life).
LAGOM comes from the Swedish phrase ‘Lagom är bäst’ which means the right amount is best, and an element of LAGOM is to reduce food wastage.
I hate food wastage but understand that it’s quite easy to be wasteful. Best before dates, use by dates and the appearance of food all add to your foods edibility clock. However as easy as it is to be wasteful with food that has surpassed its edible peak, it’s also very very easy to make the most of this same food.
Take for example your fruit and vegetables, how about; a slow cooked stew made with the remains of your carrots, potatoes and onions, a Ratatouille made with that aubergine, courgette and those peppers, stewed apples and pears for your porridge in the morning … and with those over ripe banana’s – Make Banana Bread!
This recipe is so easy to rustle up and the results will have you coming back for more. You need little when it comes to ingredients and you don’t need to garnish it with anything for it to be delicious and moreish.[yumprint-recipe id=’15’]PIN IT:
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