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Help with baking banana bread

Dark Wanderer | Feb 6, 200910:48 AM     11

I don't know what should I do but this is the 2nd time that I came up with a burnt top of banana bread. I bake it the 1st time at 350F for 55 mins but at around 40mins, it was almost burnt out so I remove it form the oven. Some part of the bread were done except for the middle part which is still raw. I tried to make one again but this time, I lowered down the temp for about 220F but everything was still raw except for the top for about 40mins. I tried putting it again with an increase of temp at 350F for another 15mins, evrything from the inside was ok except that the top was already burnt out.

Any help would be much aprreciated. Thanks!

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