I got Haier's new roasting Finnish oven. The first thing I wanted to do was the hurricane. Although I was a bit worried about the capacity of 28L at first, it turned out that the baking function was awesome. At that time, I have already grilled pork ribs, steamed purple potatoes, and baked toast, very satisfied! I can steam and bake, and the other ovens in the house really have to give way.
Take a ripe banana with black spots on the surface, press the pulp into a mud, and add a few drops of lemon juice to prevent discoloration.
Separate the protein egg yolk, add 15 grams of white sugar (in the amount) and colorless and odorless vegetable oil (the corn oil I used), and mix well with egg.
Continue to add milk, mix well and emulsify in place.
The low powder was sieved and stirred by a W-type stirring method until no particles were present.
Finally add banana puree and mix it evenly.
The protein was placed in an anhydrous, oil-free pot, and 45 g of white sugar (in portions) was added in three portions and sent to near dryness.
Put one-third of the protein into the egg yolk paste and mix well with egg dipping or scraper.
Pour back into the protein bowl and mix well.
Pour into the 18cm hollow mold, smooth the surface, and use a toothpick to make a few rounds in the cake paste, and gently shake the table twice to make the size bubble discharge.
Put it into the Haier 28L roasting Finnish oven that has been preheated to 180 degrees. On the last layer, select the upper and lower baking mode, bake for 30 minutes, immediately drop it from the height of 15cm, and immediately buckle down to cool.
The original picture of the finished product.
When roasting, it is already full of fragrance. Because it is too tender and too soft, it is more careful than other hurricanes when demoulding!
Bananas must pick ripe bananas with black spots. The hard bananas produced are not so fragrant. This hurricane is very soft and very tender, and it has a heavy feeling. Therefore, it is best to eat it once after demoulding, and it will not be so delicious next time.