Substantiation of feasibility of using black chokeberry in the technology of products from shortcake dough

Korenets, Yuriі and Коренець, Юрій Миколайович and Goriainova, Iuliia and Горяйнова, Юлія Артурівна and Nykyforov, Radion and Никифоров, Радіон Петрович and Nazarenko, Iryna and Назаренко, Ірина Анатоліївна and Simakova, Olga and Сімакова, Ольга Олександрівна (2017) Substantiation of feasibility of using black chokeberry in the technology of products from shortcake dough. Eastern-European Jornal of Enterprise technologies, 2 (10(86)). pp. 25-31. ISSN 1729-3774

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Резюме The feasibility of using black chokeberry fruit in processing the products from shortcake dough was theoretically substantiated and experimentally proved. The influence of black chokeberry additive on the basic formulation component of shortcake dough – wheat flour – was investigated. It was found that the black chokeberry additive not only contributes to enhancing the nutritive value of shortcake dough, but also makes it possible to improve the quality of shortcake dough. The influence of physiologically active compounds of BCA on the quality of wheat flour gluten was explored. BCA in the form of powder and its water extract weakens flour gluten, which is a positive factor for the formation of shortcake dough. The gluten capability to stretch increases by 9…23 %, and dough becomes more plastic and does not require any addition of starch, which is often added to formulations with the aim of enhancing plasticity of the formulation mixture. Polyphenol substances of BCA were found to prevent gluten proteins of wheat flour from swelling due to a decrease in its water-retaining capacity, which provides the possibility of its storing for a long time before baking. We established a higher degree of inhibition of amylases in wheat flour by the extract of black chokeberry fruit or its juice compared to the powder from dry fruit. Water-soluble phenolic compounds of black chokeberry in reaction mixture interact with metal cations, existing there, and bind them in strong complexes. The obtained experimental data allow us not only to control hydrolytic processes in the dough semi-finished product, but also to extend the possibility of using wheat flour of lower grades after neutralizing the harmful action of enzymes in it. Резюме The feasibility of using black chokeberry fruit in processing the products from shortcake dough was theoretically substantiated and experimentally proved. The influence of black chokeberry additive on the basic formulation component of shortcake dough – wheat flour – was investigated. It was found that the black chokeberry additive not only contributes to enhancing the nutritive value of shortcake dough, but also makes it possible to improve the quality of shortcake dough. The influence of physiologically active compounds of BCA on the quality of wheat flour gluten was explored. BCA in the form of powder and its water extract weakens flour gluten, which is a positive factor for the formation of shortcake dough. The gluten capability to stretch increases by 9…23 %, and dough becomes more plastic and does not require any addition of starch, which is often added to formulations with the aim of enhancing plasticity of the formulation mixture. Polyphenol substances of BCA were found to prevent gluten proteins of wheat flour from swelling due to a decrease in its water-retaining capacity, which provides the possibility of its storing for a long time before baking. We established a higher degree of inhibition of amylases in wheat flour by the extract of black chokeberry fruit or its juice compared to the powder from dry fruit. Water-soluble phenolic compounds of black chokeberry in reaction mixture interact with metal cations, existing there, and bind them in strong complexes. The obtained experimental data allow us not only to control hydrolytic processes in the dough semi-finished product, but also to extend the possibility of using wheat flour of lower grades after neutralizing the harmful action of enzymes in it.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: black chokeberry, shortcake dough, wheat flour, anthocyanins, amylolitic activity
Subjects: Research materials > Journal articles
Research materials > Journal articles > Food Technology
Divisions: Educational and Scientific Institute of Hospitality Industry and Tourism > Department of Technology in Restaurant Management, Hotel and Restaurant Business and Entrepreneurship
Depositing User: Адміністратор репозиторію
Date Deposited: 18 Aug 2017 09:18
Last Modified: 18 Aug 2017 09:18
URI: http://elibrary.donnuet.edu.ua/id/eprint/88

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