The Quality Characteristics of Noodles Containing Roasted Liriopis Tuber
맥문동 국수의 제면적성 및 품질특성

Sung Hee Park, Ho Kyung Ryu
2013 Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition  
This study investigated the quality characteristics of noodles containing roasted Liriopis tuber. Roasted Liriopis tuber powder (LTP) was added in different amounts based on wheat flour (1%, 3%, 5%, 7% and 9%). Cooked noodles containing LTP exhibited significantly lower values for weight, volume, and water absorption; in contrast, higher values were exhibited for turbidity. The Hunter L value (for lightness) of uncooked and cooked noodles decreased but the a value (for redness) and b value (for
more » ... s) and b value (for yellowness) increased with the addition of Liriopis tuber. Textural properties (springiness, cohesiveness, chewiness, and brittleness) measured with a texture analyzer significantly decreased with the addition of Liriopis tuber. From the sensory evaluation results, noodle containing 7% Liriopis tuber was considered the best. To improve the quality of noodle containing 7% LTP, activated gluten was added at different percentages of flour (1%, 2%, 3%, 4% and 5%). Cooked noodles containing activated gluten exhibited significantly higher values for weight, volume, and water absorption; in contrast, lower values for turbidity were exhibited. In addition, the textural properties significantly increased with the addition of activated gluten. From the sensory evaluation results, noodle containing 3% activated gluten was considered the best. In conclusion, noodle with 7% LTP and 3% activated gluten exhibited the most desirable qualities.
doi:10.3746/jkfn.2013.42.7.1096 fatcat:b3blaq3jrzgxzpjf2cswwr5pnu