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INGREDIENTS Oil, for spraying 175g self-raising flour 2tsp baking powder 1/2tsp bicarbonate of soda 1tsp grated nutmeg 75g soft light brown sugar 2 eggs 3 bananas (about 250g), mashed 100g butter, melted 1tsp vanilla extract 100g pineapple, finely diced METHOD 1.
INGREDIENTS: | 10oz plain flour | 4oz butter | 4oz soft brown sugar | 6oz treacle | 6oz syrup | 2 large eggs | 2tsp ground ginger | 2tsp cinnamon | 1tsp bicarbonate of soda | 150ml boiling water METHOD 1.
INGREDIENTS For the cake: 135ml sunflower oil 200g caster sugar 3 large eggs, at room temperature 300g self-raising flour 1/2tsp bicarbonate of soda 1tsp baking powder 335g finely grated courgette Grated zest of 2 limes For the icing: 200g full-fat cream cheese 100g icing sugar Grated zest and juice of 1 lime Courgette ribbons, to decorate METHOD PREHEAT the oven to 160degC/Gas Mark 2.
Sift on the flour, baking powder, bicarbonate of soda, cinnamon and salt (if using) and add the bran left in the sieve to the bowl too.
Liz Sandling, Cambridge IF your pet has had an accident, throw a handful of bicarbonate of soda over the mess, leave overnight then brush up and vacuum in the morning.
P&G claims the Clean & Care range, which was inspired by traditional cleaning materials such as bicarbonate of soda, white vinegar and citrus extract, will dean delicate surfaces without risk of damage.
I treat it with bicarbonate of soda and antibiotic cream plus an oral antibiotic.
The foremost use of baking soda - bicarbonate of soda or sodium bicarbonate to the chemist - is probably as an antacid, either in its pure form or as the acid-fighting component of certain antacids that "fizz.