Great Aunt Selma’s Banana Coffee Cake – More Rotten Banana Tales/ Banana Bread

Original Post was April ’12 . If you missed this recipe here’s your chance to make a delicious rich banana bread. It’s the sour cream that does it. Here is a recipe from my Great Aunt Selma from way back when. Enjoy!

Cooking with Candi

A while back my Mom (G’ma Millie) gave me a bunch of recipes, and since then I’ve had some time to sift through them. I came across this one on type-written paper, which in and of itself was sort of amazing from my Great Aunt Selma. Selma was my grandfather’s sister and known to be a  very good cook, Hungarian Czech background. I scanned in recipe so you can see what the original looks like, I have been trying to scan all of my old recipes in so that I don’t lose them.  So I figured I’d try out the recipe, because it was different from mine and contained sour cream. How bad can it be? And since there is always the matter of rotting bananas in the house, this is a perfect use for them.  I guess what to do with those rotten bananas isn’t exactly a new problem!

*a few little notes on this recipe…

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2 responses to “Great Aunt Selma’s Banana Coffee Cake – More Rotten Banana Tales/ Banana Bread

  1. Linda Firestone

    Hi Candi, our family made many batches of matzo candy for Passover this year. Sooooo addictive! Hope all is well, Linda Joy xxoo

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