if there was a 10-star rating here, i'd select that. this was so good that i made it to give away to family and friends for Christmas. I love to cook but baking is my Waterloo. But follow this recipe to a T and it is fool-proof. Actually, even if the bananas are not super ripe, still came out fantastic! Starbucks has their version of this called Banana Walnut Loaf...uggh, nothing compared to this---at all. Thanks for recipe! It's almost unfair for me to take the credit when i hear the ooohs and aaahs. Oh, i know it sounds weird, but i love mixing sweet and salty, so i always pair this with Doritos chips Verde Salsa flavor...just for me :-) --- to DLPALMA: not sure why yours did not turn out right. I've made this twice already, the 2nd time, i did 2 batches, baked them all together, added like 15 mins for each batch and it came out perfect. Could it be the settings of your oven? Or if you used electric or gas oven. I have gas which i think is even more tricky. Also, hopefully you did not use a bigger loaf pan that what was required. I'm thinking the density of the loaf is also important. Baking is precise which is why i'm not too fond of it because i'm an eye-baller. So this one, i followed exactly. It was fantastic!
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if there was a 10-star rating here, i'd select that. this was so good that i made it to give...