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Yusop, SM;O'Sullivan, MG;Preuss, M;Weber, H;Kerry, JF;Kerry, JP
2012
April
Food Science And Technology-Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft & Technologie
Assessment of nanoparticle paprika oleoresin on marinating performance and sensory acceptance of poultry meat
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WOS: 23 ()
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EUROPEAN NAIVE ASSESSORS PROTEINS CHICKEN
46
349
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The effects of nanoparticle paprika oleoresin (1 and 3 g/100 mL) and carrier system (water/milk) on the physical and sensory properties of cooked marinated chicken were investigated. Marinade absorption, cooking loss, surface colour (L*, a*, b* values), penetration force, moisture and fat content were measured. Sensory properties, including; surface colour (orange, red), colour penetration, aroma, toughness, juiciness, flavour acceptability, paprika flavour, saltiness, hotness and overall acceptability were also evaluated using 25 naive assessors (consumers). 3 g/100 mL paprika produced greater surface CIE a* (redness) and b* (yellowness), sensory surface orange, red and colour penetration attributes. The carrier 0/100 (water to milk ratio) with nanoparticle paprika oleoresin was shown to increase the colour quality of cooked marinated chicken by increasing (P < 0.05) surface CIE a* (redness) and b* (yellowness) value, whereas the 100/0 water to milk ratio carrier system provided a better colour penetration. In conclusion the application of nanoparticle paprika successfully enhanced marinating performance. (C) 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
AMSTERDAM
0023-6438
10.1016/j.lwt.2011.08.014
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