Study of rheology of yeast dough with protein-carbohydrate additive

Slashcheva Alina, and Слащева Аліна Вячеславівна, and Nykyforov, Radion and Никифоров, Радіон Петрович and Popova, Svitlana and Попова, Світлана Юріївна and Korenets, Yuriі and Коренець, Юрій Миколайович (2016) Study of rheology of yeast dough with protein-carbohydrate additive. Eastern-European Jornal of Enterprise technologies (2/11). pp. 64-71. ISSN 1729-4061


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The possibility of using skim milk proteins and pectin of dogberries and sloes is considered. The high-quality whipped system was obtained based on the protein-carbohydrate clot and berry puree. This was possible due to the activation of the functional components of the berry puree in their joint whipping, due to the presence of the surface-active sodium caseinate and stabilizing properties of pectin. As a result of the controlled interaction of these substances, calcium pectate, and protein-carbohydrate complexes are formed, which ultimately improves the system viscosity. The content of essential ingredients in the mixes, including the protein-carbohydrate clot (PCC) with a concentration of 65...70 %; berry puree – 15...20 %, and sugar – 15 % was determined. Based on the experimental data, the production process parameters of the protein-carbohydrate mix (PCM), including preparation of raw materials; solubilization of protein-carbohydrate clot proteins; solubilization of berry puree pectin; mixing of the protein-carbohydrate clot and modified berry puree; cooling of the system to 4±2°C were determined. It was found that the protein-carbohydrate mix (PCM) can be used in technologies of frozen dessert products under certain process conditions (temperature, pH). The studies confirm the feasibility of the PCM use in technologies of frozen dessert products both in terms of effectiveness and nutritional value. The developed technology is low-waste, resource-saving and simple

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: protein-carbohydrate clot, dogwood, sloe, pumpkin, sea buckthorn, frozen desserts, foaming ability, foam stability, glycemic index
Subjects: Research materials > Journal articles
Research materials > Journal articles > Food Technology
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Date Deposited: 19 Aug 2017 15:04
Last Modified: 19 Aug 2017 15:32

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