Pre-heat oven to Gas Mark 2 / 150 c.
Peel bananas and mash in large bowl.
Sieve flour onto bananas with pinch of salt.
Add rest of ingredients and use electric hand whisk to mix together.
Line a loaf tin with baking paper and pour mixture in. Bake in oven for 75 minutes until risen and firm to touch, make sure a skewer inserted comes out fairly clean, not covered in wet mixture. Rest for 10 minutes in tin then cool on a wire rack.
Delicious warm or cold.
|Stork Margarine||4 Oz|
|Self Raising Flour||8 Oz|
|Ripe Bananas (even Over Ripe Are Fine)||2 Or 3|
|Golden Syrup||4 Tbsp|
|Pinch Of Salt|
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